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Report: Bob Bradley offered Norway job

Reports from Norway suggest that American coach Bob Bradley has been offered the chance to jump straight back into the dugout.

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The Managerial Gamble

So it’s the final roll of the dice time for Premier League chairmen who see their sides perched perilously close to the relegation zone, lurking close to a slip through the trap door, away from the jewels and riches that come from being in the league of the English football elite. 680 more words


Bob Bradley linked with Norway national team job

Could Bob Bradley be getting back on the managerial horse already?

Fired by Swansea City after just 85 days, Bradley is “high on the list” of candidates to take the Norway managerial job according to reporter Kristan Heneage. 262 more words

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Swansea's Huge Run-in

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Following Francesco Guidolin’s sacking in October I wrote about Swansea’s fixture list and how, based on my forecasts, their season always looked ‘back-end loaded’.  342 more words

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Bob Bradley’s Sacking Was Harsh – But He Never Should Have Been At Swansea

Bob Bradley’s appointment was the first mistake, the rest was typical Premier League ‘hire and fire’Bradley’s record is pitiable, but his appointment, treatment and sacking are just another instance of Premier League senselessness. 941 more words

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Bob Bradley a trailblazer regardless of Swansea City sacking

My piece on Bob Bradley following his sacking at Swansea City and the future of American soccer managers in the English Premier League.



Bob Bradley a trailblazer regardless of Swansea City sacking

It was a bad situation for Bob Bradley from day one at Swansea City and he never stood a chance.

The once U.S. men’s national team manager who led the Americans to a win over Spain in the semifinal of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup (Spain won the ‘08 European Championship, ‘10 World Cup and ‘12 Euro) found himself where no American had been before. 825 more words

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