Premier League strugglers Swansea yesterday confirmed that they had sacked manager Bob Bradley after just 11 games in charge.
The American replaced Francesco Guidolin on October 3 after the Italian led the Swans to just one win from their opening seven Premier League games, yet 58-year-old Bradley has fared little better.
He won two and drew two of his 11 games in charge at the Liberty Stadium, and his side conceded a staggering 29 goals in his short spell in charge, the most of any side in the same time span.
The Swans’ 4-1 home defeat by West Ham on Boxing Day, their third successive league loss, turned out to be the final straw for Bradley, who leaves with the club 19th in the table and four points adrift of safety.
Attentions now turn to who may replace Bradley at the Liberty Stadium, and here are THREE names who could take over the reins at Swansea in the coming days or weeks…