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SUNS working on 'last piece of the puzzle'

Michael Whiting  July 11, 2017 2:48 PM

SUNS TV: Swallow Presser GC SUNS midfielder David Swallow addresses the media on Tuesday
We've re-signed some key players, and culturally, (in) the last few years we've made some massive inroads.

Gold Coast leader David Swallow concedes the SUNS are a "frustrating" team, but says coach Rodney Eade has taken them forward in his three years at the club.

Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, Swallow said the team had developed markedly since Eade arrived at the club following the 2014 season.

"I've got full confidence in him," Swallow said.

"He's been great for me this year and I know the boys are right behind him.

"I'm happy with where the club's at.

"We've re-signed some key players, and culturally, (in) the last few years we've made some massive inroads.

"The last piece of the puzzle is the on-field performance, and the boys are all committed to trying to improve, and hopefully this last seven games we can really get the most out of the year."

The former number one draft pick conceded the difference between the SUNS' best football and their worst was too great.

The inconsistency is a problem Swallow says they are working on.

"We are a frustrating team at times," he said.

"We've shown our good is really good, but our bad can be quite bad.

"As a playing group we need to stick at it for longer, and that's the missing piece at the moment.

"We haven't had the results we're after, but we're looking forward to making every week the best performance we can."