. . . Dutch keeper insists Swans must forget Reds loss ahead of cup final
Michel Vorm admits the Swans will have to move on quickly from their Merseyside misery as they now focus on Sunday’s Capital One Cup Final against Bradford.
Michael Laudrup’s side went down 5-0 at Liverpool last Sunday in what was the club’s heaviest defeat in the Barclays Premier League.
But with a trip to Wembley next on the agenda, and an opportunity to win the club’s first major piece of silverware, Vorm insists there’s no time for the Swans to lick their wounds.
“We didn’t play well at all, and we deserved nothing from the game,” said Vorm, who was back in training this morning along with the rest of the squad. “We didn’t keep the ball, which is one of our qualities.
“This result has not happened since I’ve been here, and it is a big lesson for us.
“But we have to get that performance and result out of our minds quickly.
“We know we have to play a lot, lot better than what we did on Sunday if we want to be the team lifting the trophy after the final whistle.”