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Why Bob Bradley's Appointment at Swansea Could Open the Door for US Coaches

When Bob Bradley is presented to the media for the first time as Swansea City’s new manager, a silent sense of satisfaction may spread across the American’s face as he takes his seat. For that seat is one he has craved for quite some time. The Premier League is where he has long wanted to be, and he is finally there. The 58-year-old’s career has built gradually over time to this point, with Bradley announced as Franceso Guidolin’s replacement on Monday.
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