Last Manager Role
Bob Bradley is the former head coach of Swansea City, who sent him packing after just 11 games and 85 days.
Bradley has also previously managed the likes of Ligue 2 club Le Havre, USA, Egypt, Stabaek and a trio of MLS teams.
Bradley is arguably best known for his four-and-a-half-year tenure in charge of the United States, during which he won the 2007 Gold Cup, led his troops through to the knockout-stages of the 2010 World Cup, and finished runners-up in the 2009 Confederations Cup.
Bradley has also won silverware with Chicago Fire, in the shape of an MLS Cup and a brace of US Open Cups, while he's currently bidding to lead Le Havre up to the French top division (Ligue 1).
|Swansea City||11||2||2||7||18.2||3 Oct 2016 - 27 Dec 2016|
|Le Havre||33||15||10||8||45.5||10 Nov 2015 - 3 Oct 2016|
|Stabaek||72||38||11||23||52.8||3 Jan 2014 - 10 Nov 2015|
|Egypt||36||24||5||7||66.7||14 Sep 2011 - 20 Nov 2013|
|USA||80||43||12||25||53.8||8 Dec 2006 - 28 Jul 2011|
|Chivas USA||35||11||14||10||31.4||23 Nov 2005 - 8 Dec 2006|
|Metro Stars||100||36||26||38||36||21 Oct 2002 - 4 Oct 2005|
|Chicago Fire||195||109||20||66||55.9||30 Oct 1997 - 5 Oct 2002|