Date: 27th December 2016 at 7:52pm
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Swansea City have sacked manager Bob Bradley, just 85 days after the American took charge of the Premier League club.

The 58-year-old, who had managed the United States of America and Egypt during previous roles, leaves the Swans four points adrift of safety after just 11 games at the Liberty Stadium.

Bradley replaced Francesco Guidolin at the Welsh outfit on October 3, 2015, with the side only above the bottom three on goal difference.

But it seems Boxing Day’s 4-1 defeat to West Ham United in the top-flight was the final straw for the Swansea board, meaning Alan Curtis and Paul Williams will take temporary charge of the team, starting with their New Year’s Eve clash against AFC Bournemouth.

Turning to Twitter, some suggested the American never deserved the job in the first place…

Despite the Swans’ poor run of form, many felt Bradley deserved to stay in charge until after the forthcoming January transfer window…

Some pointed the finger at Swansea’s board, rather than Bradley himself…

Twenty-sixteen (2016) has just been a catastrophic year…

Meanwhile one user made it very clear that they weren’t a fan of Ian Holloway at Queens Park Rangers…

 
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