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Sinclair plays down Rodgers speculation

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Scott Sinclair insists Swansea have not been affected by speculation linking manager Brendan Rodgers with a move away from the Liberty Stadium as they look to end a poor recent run at QPR on Wednesday night.

Swansea's passing style has won them plenty of plaudits in their maiden Barclays Premier League campaign, with notable victories over Arsenal and Manchester City adding to Rodgers' reputation.

But Winger Sinclair, who is set to return to the side after being left out against Newcastle, says talk over the manager leaving has not unsettled the squad. He said: "We are just getting on with the job, we can't afford to think about where the manager is going to go in the summer, if he goes."

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