Luke Williams branded ‘legend’ after being filmed doing shots with Swansea fans after Cardiff win

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Swansea manager Luke Williams endeared himself to the Jack Army by celebrating the win over Cardiff with a few shots.

The former Notts County boss was videoed in a Welsh bar with Swansea fans enjoying a Baby Guinness after the hosts overcame their bitter rivals 2-0 at the Swansea.com Stadium.

Williams secured his first South Wales derby win as Swansea boss and went out on the town after

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Williams secured his first South Wales derby win as Swansea boss and went out on the town afterCredit: Getty

Liam Cullen opened the scoring in the first half before he missed a penalty in the second to ensure a nervy finish until substitute Jamal Lowe wrapped up the win in stoppage time to spark wild scenes.

And after the game, Williams was videoed in a bar talking to Swansea fans and having a shot with them.

The Swans boss can also be heard saying, ‘we done the scum’ while he necks the Baby Guinness.

It’s a video that has gone down brilliantly with the Jack Army.

One fan commented on X, formerly known as Twitter, that Williams was a “Legend.”

Another added: “Love that, what a bloke.”

And one more said: “I’m living for all these posts, what a man.”

Williams rightfully enjoyed his evening

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Williams rightfully enjoyed his eveningCredit: @CamWills77
He was also seen chatting to fans

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He was also seen chatting to fansCredit: @CamWills77

Speaking after the game, Williams revealed just how delighted he was with the win over Cardiff.

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He said: “I experienced one 3-0 victory here before [as an assistant], and it was incredible to get that feeling again.

“[I am] so happy to get that feeling again because you can go a long time in football and not have those moments, but I had a really special moment today.

“We were the dominant team. We pressed aggressively and were calm when we had the ball.

“This is about the feeling we were able to give to so many people, and they will dine out on this until the next derby.

“We have a responsibility now to capitalise on the feeling and the performance.”

But before all that, he got to have a few drinks with the fans, which is great to see.

Derby wins are special, and Williams doing this will only make him more popular with the Swansea fanbase.

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