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West Ham chief Brady admits Swansea players unhappy with Laudrup

West Ham United chief Karren Brady admits the Swansea City players' complaints about manager Michael Laudrup is the talk of English football.

Brady revealed in her diary for The Sun: "A friend at Swansea tells me the players are meeting chairman Huw Jenkins to express their unease about new manager Michael Laudrup.

"The players' basic complaint appears to be that Laudrup isn't Brendan Rodgers.

"He doesn't motivate them as well or train them as hard. If true, this reminds me of the Chelsea revolt against AVB last season.

"A dressing-room brew of treachery.

"I'm told that Jenkins has no plans to sack the Dane who will continue to manage in the Rodgers style.

"Liverpool, Rodgers' new club, have six points, Swansea eight. Just a fact worth pointing out at this stage of the season."

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