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The ‘American Dream’ ends abruptly down in South Wales

The ‘American Dream’ ends abruptly down in South Wales

Former head-coach of the USA national team, Bob Bradley, has been forced to part ways with Swansea City but a few weeks after first taking charge down at the Liberty Stadium. The task was always something uphill battle for the American tactician, as the Swans continue to disappoint among the English top-flight.

 

Like Francesco Guidolin, Garry Monk and Michael Laudrup before him – Bradley has been issued the cold shoulder from the Swansea City hierarchy, who must now replace the 58-year-old manager in the race to guarantee Premier League survival.

 

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Although Bob Bradley didn’t exactly cover himself in glory down at the Liberty Stadium…

 

 

…the Swansea City job was arguably always something of a poisoned chalice for the former USA boss…

 

 

Perhaps the Swans chairmen should have opted against taking the plunge on Bradley in the first place…

 

 

…there are others managers available of course…

 

 

…even if Bob Bradley possibly deserved more of a chance to prove himself among the English game…

 

 

But whilst several Premier League onlookers seemingly feel sorry for the recently departed Swansea manager…

 

 

…Swansea City ultimately had to take action sooner rather than later in the eyes of many…

 

 

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