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Andre Ayew backs Swansea to get back into shape - Yahoo Sports

View photo The Swans midfielder believes his beleaguered manager will revive their Premier League campaign after series of poor results Swansea City midfielder Andre Ayew believes his side will get back into shape following an ongoing poor run in the English Premier League. Swansea's last win came at the Villa Park in September when Ayew's late strike gave them a 2-1 victory but the former Olympique Marseille star insists things will change very soon. Everything is going to get back into shape and we just need some time. You need that in football when things are difficult, Ayew told the club's website. We believe we have great players, a great squad, a great manager and everything will be okay. We just need to keep working hard and don't give up, he said. Swansea are billed to face Liverpool , Leicester, Manchester City and West Ham next in the league but Ayew believes they will stay focused in all games. When you're in a club like Swansea that wants to grow and you don't get the results everybody gets the pressure. That's normal, but we just want to stay focused on the field and not look at what's happening outside. We just concentrate on the pitch and listen to what the coach has to tell us about the tactics and what he wants to do. That's what's important, he added. Swansea are currently lying 14th on the log with 14 points, three points away from safety.

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New fire appliances for Essex Seven new custom-built fire appliances will begin their working lives in Essex shortly, thanks to a joint money-saving purchasing arrangement with Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue Service (BFRS). The new appliances are part of a 10 million contract with Angloco to provide a total of 42 new fire appliances over the next four years to Essex County Fire and Rescue Service. The first seven appliances will be new Heavy Rescue Pumps which have been designed on a bespoke basis to meet the needs of Essex. They combine the proven reliability of a Scania chassis with innovative new design features created by appliance builders Angloco. They incorporate a raft of specialist rescue equipment along with pumps and hoses which mean they can be deployed at a wide variety of incidents from house fires to complex rescues including road traffic collisions. The design of these appliances has been based on a consultation with six fire services in the Eastern Region. Each fire service contributed their best specification elements which has resulted in a modern fire appliance using advanced technology and innovation to make firefighting more effective and safer for Essexs crews. Acting Chief Fire Officer Adam Eckley said: These appliances have been designed to meet the demands of a modern fire and rescue service. Their flexibility reflects the wide range of work our crews carry out and they provide an excellent response capability which can deal with a huge range of incidents and emergencies. This is the latest investment we have made in frontline equipment. We are working to create a Service fit for the future and providing an excellent response by our highly trained crews in the right vehicles with the right equipment is at the core of that.

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