Home sweet Home
Los Angeles FC have named former Swansea boss Bob Bradley as their new manager ahead of their first MLS season in 2018.
This will be Bradley’s first season back in the MLS since 2006 when he managed Chivas USA.
The American then went on to become U.S. national team manager until 2011.
Bradley will be most known for his attempts at steering the ship at Swansea City as they looked to retain their Premier League status.
Unfortunately, it was not to be for the manager who only managed to get five points from his last 11 matches in charge.
Since then Bradley has been without a job but will now return to his homeland in hope of building a new club in Los Angeles FC.
The side are due to take part in their first season in 2018 after it was announced in 2014 that they were forming.
LAFC announce Bob Bradley as their first manager
He looks like he is about to drop the sickest track of 2018 pic.twitter.com/p9afHJ9ZFo
— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) July 27, 2017
Swansea in more trouble
The Swans have certainly moved on since Bradley’s tenure but they do have some troubles.
Gyfli Sigurdsson could be set to leave the club this summer, a player so instrumental in keeping them up.