Swansea caretaker Curtis: “Looks have gone and my hair’s starting to go”

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Swansea City picked up what could be a big point against Crystal Palace on Monday at Selhurst Park when they managed to hold the high-flying Eagles to a 0-0 draw.

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And Swans caretaker boss Alan Curtis admitted that the hot seat’s been a wild ride for him since Garry Monk was sacked a few weeks back.

From the BBC:

“I’ve got to say I’m enjoying the job, but as I said to Palace boss Alan Pardew at the end, I don’t know how he keeps going as a full-time manager. I’ve only done it for two weeks, and my voice has gone, looks have gone and my hair’s starting to go!”

The caretaker is more or less a Swansea lifer, and has a win, a loss and two draws in his second stint in charge of the club. With Swansea just off the bottom three, his looks and hair may face more trouble.