Official: Bob Bradley Sacked By Swansea After Just 85 Dismal Days In Charge

Alan Duffy

27th, December 2016


Bob Bradley has been sacked by Swansea City after the American manager’s short tenure at the Liberty Stadium had failed to kickstart the club’s season.

The former USA, Egypt and Le Havre boss became the first American manager in the Premier League when he succeeded Francesco Guidolin on October 3rd with Swansea teetering above the drop-zone by virtue of goal difference.

However, in his 11 games in charge, the 58-year-old saw his beleaguered side lose seven of their 11 games and ship 29 goals, leaving them in 19th place, four points from safety.

Swansea’s 4-1 defeat by West Ham on Boxing Day was the final straw for Swansea’s new owners Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien, who finally decided to chalk up the club’s second sacking of the season, with just 18 league games played.

Here’s the statement on the Swansea club website…


Welsh boss Chris Coleman, ex-Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett and Alan Pardew are all thought to be serious contenders for the vacant role.

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  1. Bruno says:

    I don’t know why he was appointed in the first place.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Two months in charge of someone else’s terrible squad.
    Not his fault.

  3. ToonArmyTX says:

    In fairness I’m a Yank so a shade biased, but that squad may be the worst in the division this side of Sunderland, how on Earth was he going to make them better without getting the chance to bring his own players in and get rid of the copious dead weight throughout? Their squad reminds me of Newcastle’s last season, that should tell you something

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