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SWANSEA CITY, Bradley: "Me getting sacked? I don't spent time on it. I knew it would have been a big challenge from the start"

08.12.2016 14.42 by Claudio Colla  read 640
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Attending Swansea City latest press conference, Welsh club manager Bob Bradley, asked about rumours linking him to a possible sack, answered: "Actually, I don't spend a lot of time thinking about it. When you're a manager, it goes with the territory...there are other things for me to focus on, think about, concentrate on. Club meetings on a possible review of my position? Not with me, of course (smiling, Reporter's Note). But, again, it's work as usual knowing that from the beginning, when I got here, that it was gonna be a big challenge, a big test".

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