New Swansea boss Bob Bradley: Jurgen Klinsmann forced me out of the USA job
Swansea City manager Bob Bradley has criticised current USA boss Jurgen Klinsmann, claiming the German effectively forced him out of the national job in 2010.
Bradley, 58, speaking at his first press conference since being confirmed as the new Swans boss, was asked directly about Klinsmann’s apparent endorsement of him for the Swansea role and whether or not the German would make a good England boss one day.
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