A win for either the Swans or Southampton would see them needing just a point from their final two games, while if it finishes a draw at the Liberty, Huddersfield will require two. Southampton are pretty much safe but will be looking to keep it tight and not concede too many goals, especially if they hear Swansea have put a few past Stoke. Even that would probably not be enough with a nine-goal swing required to topple Southampton - but with the Saints facing Manchester City, Carvalhal will retain a small amount of hope of pulling off the impossible before he departs.
"It was not an easy situation when we came in".
"Who's going to be the manager now is the big question", Roberts said before the news broke of Carvalhal's imminent departure. "It was very hard for us to get players".
Southampton are in pole position to do just that, but unfortunately for their supporters their status as a team in the top flight can not be mathematically confirmed until the end of Sunday's fixtures.
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By virtue of this result, their survival chance is no longer in their hands, as the league comes to an end this weekend. But at the end, the problem is not the 20 points we got but the 13 points we had when we arrived. "We must react very fast because we have a game on Sunday".
"We respect Stoke City, but we will try to win".
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"We tried to go with the limits of ourselves and with the players".
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The club were forced to move to the Vale Resort hotel near Cardiff after the Swansea Marriott reportedly told them they could not honour their booking due to the outbreak of a virus.
"All I've ever experienced is positive reactions from our supporters", he said. "We will have thousands of fans who have paid their hard-earned money to support us and we have to be ready for it".
The Saints certainly had the last laugh, winning the relegation decider 1-0 at the Liberty stadium. "We must do our part and win the (last) game and then wait. But you have to be realistic and I have to be proud of what I have achieved at this club".
"It will be hard to beat this next season but that is what the team need to do".
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The newspaper adds that the Portuguese coach, whose team has not won for more than two months, will trigger a one-year contract extension if the Swans stay up.