By Sam RichardsA Swansea City FC fan has put the finishing touches to his new engine installation in the Swansea City Football Club stadium.
Ryan Gowethy’s engine was installed inside the home of the Swansea Swansea City AFC side in the United States on Tuesday, with Swansea City chief executive Paul Gazzaniga confirming the installation.
Gowethys former manager Jurgen Klinsmann had called the Swansea-Swansea City tie on November 10 to mark his return to MLS.
But the move was put on hold after the end of the season due to a back injury, and he returned to Swansea on loan on a free transfer in the summer of 2019.
The engine was a spare part for Gowys new Aston Villa squad in the first-team squad, but he was then left out of the squad for the Championship play-offs.
The installation involved a 3D scanner and the fitting of a new, custom-built engine.
The Aston Villa team were the last team to use Gowes engine in the Barclays Premier League season, in September 2018, when they lost 2-1 at Stoke City.