After just 11 matches and 85 days at his post in England, Bob Bradley is now out of a job.
Swansea City has announced on Tuesday that the American has been fired after winning just two matches with the English side since taking over for Francesco Guidolin in October.
The former U.S. Men’s National Team manager came into a difficult position when earning the reigns at Swansea, however, the pressure from supporters and English media likely contributed to Bradley’s exit.
Prior to taking charge of the Swans in 2016, Bradley managed French side Le Havre, the USMNT and Egyptian national team, among others.
Swansea currently sit second from the bottom as the PL season nears its halfway stage after the club conceded a league-leading 41 goals in 18 matches.Follow @MattReedFutbol