Swansea boss Rodgers feels for Dyer after his red card in front of Pearce

Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers says Nathan Dyer shouldn't be down after his red card in victory over Wigan Athletic.

Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers says Nathan Dyer shouldn't be down after his red card in victory over Wigan Athletic.

It was not a great moment for Dyer given he was being watched by interim England manager Stuart Pearce.

"I have regular contact with Stuart. I spoke to him yesterday and I was aware he was coming to the game," said Rodgers.

"He was doing well but when he was sent off we had to show the other side of our game."

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