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Big Day for the US's Bradley Boys

We’re halfway through what could be a massive day for the Bradley family: Bob’s Swans secured a huge win over fellow relegation candidates Sunderland, which bumped them from 20th up to 17th in the Premier League standings. 474 more words

Bob Bradley gaining momentum at Swans; has plans for MLS Cup

It has been a good day for the Bradley family.

And it could get even better.

[ VIDEO: Swans batter Sunderland ]

Bob Bradley’s Swansea City beat Sunderland 3-0 at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday to get things going, with the American coach sealing the second Premier League win of his eight matches in charge which lifted them off the bottom of the table. 580 more words

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Swansea Chairman on Bradley: 'We need stability first and foremost'

While the results haven’t been there for Bob Bradley thus far in his Swansea City tenure, his job is not under threat.

Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins reaffirmed his support for his under fire manager, stating that the team needs consistency at the managerial position in order to avoid relegation and that Bradley’s job was safe. 172 more words


Bob Bradley will remain in charge, says Swansea chairman

With reports circulating in the British press that American coach Bob Bradley could be fired after just seven games in charge of Swansea City, their chairman has publicly backed the former U.S. 659 more words

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Report: Swansea City launches review as pressure on Bradley heats up

Bob Bradley is reportedly on the hot seat at Swansea City already.

According to the Telegraph, the club will conduct a review of the most recent results as it searches for a solution to climb out of the relegation zone in the Premier League. 118 more words

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Bradley reacts to Swans' blowout loss: "Today is a big concern"

A penalty decision isn’t the reason that Tottenham waxed Swansea City on Saturday, but that’s what Bob Bradley was asked about after Swans sank to the Premier League basement. 158 more words

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