Bradley was U.S. coach from 2006-11 and also spent time in charge of Egypt.
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Bob Bradley will become the first American to manage a Premier League team after Swansea City hired the 58-year-old to replace Italian Francesco Guidolin Monday.Bradley is a vastly experienced coach who managed in the MLS with Chicago Fire and MetroStars before becoming U.S. coach from 2006-11 .Bradley faces a tough start once the Premier League season resumes after the international break with his first match in charge away to Arsenal. His son Michael is currently the U.S. captain and has played in the Bundesliga with Borussia Moenchengladbach and with Roma in Serie A. American businessmen Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan brought a controlling stake in Swansea in June.
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