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SWANSEA CITY - Bradley risks to be sacked

06.12.2016 15.01 by Claudio Colla  read 767
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Training Swansea City since last October 3, back when he replaced Francesco Guidolin, U.S. American 58-year old Bob Bradley, after having collected only 5 points in 7 Premier League games, is risking to be sacked in turn. Next match against Sunderland, as well as the following ones against West Bromwich Albion and Middlesbrough, will probably determined his future as Swans head coach.

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