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||03 Oct 2016 - 27 Dec 2016|
|Le Havre||33||15||10||8||45.5||10 Nov 2015 - 03 Oct 2016|
|Stabaek||72||38||11||23||52.8||03 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||08 Dec 2006 - 28 Jul 2011|
|Chivas USA||35||11||14||10||31.4||23 Nov 2005 - 08 Dec 2006|
|Metro Stars||100||36||26||38||36||21 Oct 2002 - 04 Oct 2005|
|Chicago Fire||195||109||20||66||55.9||30 Oct 1997 - 05 Oct 2002|