Ashley Williams: 25,000 fans welcome Swansea players on victory bus

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Thousands of Swansea City fans have braved the cold weather to welcome home their League Cup-winning heroes on an open-top bus parade.

The Swans, who are celebrating their centenary this season, beat Bradford City 5-0 in Sunday's Capital One Cup final at Wembley.

It gave them their first major trophy win and a place in Europe.

The parade started outside the Dragon Hotel in Swansea and finished at the Brangwyn Hall.

Crowds packed the pavements as the convoy headed down the Kingsway and St Helen's Road before reaching its final destination.

Swansea captain Ashley Williams told BBC Wales Today's Claire Summers that the players enjoyed the parade as much as the fans.

Swansea fans welcome victory parade

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