Bradley arrived with a wealth of experience but was unable to turn the Welsh club’s fortunes around.
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Swansea City sacked manager Bob Bradley Tuesday less than three months after the American took charge, with the January transfer window looming and the Premier League's second-bottom club desperate to get out of relegation trouble.Swansea's first team coaches Paul Williams and Alan Curtis will take charge while the club start looking for a replacement, just days before the opening of the January player transfer window.Bradley was appointed after the sacking of Italian Guidolin, who had joined in January to replace ex-Swansea player Garry Monk.Former U.S. national team coach Bradley became the first American to manage a Premier League club when he left French club Le Havre to take over at Swansea.
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