Swansea boss Bradley makes surprise visit to disabled fan event

Swansea City manager Bob Bradley poses after the press conference

Swansea City manager Bob Bradley made a surprise visit to an event ran by the Swansea City Disabled Supporters Association.

Swansea City manager Bob Bradley poses after the press conferenceSwansea City manager Bob Bradley poses after the press conference

Whilst it remains to be seen whether or not Bob Bradley will succeed in his new position as manager of Swansea City, you cannot deny the man's dedication and heart. As reported by Wales Online, the 58-year-old American shocked a group of fans when he attended Swansea City Disabled Supporters Association's Q&A session at the Liberty Stadium.

The event was attended by the likes of Alfie Mawson and Mark Birighitti as well as club legend Lee Trundle with fans being shocked by the unannounced arrival of manager Bradley.

The group was launched in 2013 with the aim to bring disabled supporters of the Welsh side along with their family and friends, however they also do other work within the club.

They arrange regular events and meetings in order to talk about improving facilities that would benefit disabled fans.

Bradley's appearance shows that his love and commitment at Swansea is there for all to see, and despite losing his opening game against Arsenal, the American will go into his home debut against Watford knowing that the fans will be fully behind him.

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