Bob Bradley is widely considered to be not only Swansea City's worst ever Premier League manager, but one of the worst in Premier League history.
It really was Bob Bradley making Swansea so terrible. Worst manager in PL history— Joshua (@Joshua5344) January 21, 2017
It took three matches to realize that Bob Bradley is the worst manager to ever work in PL. He should've been sacked way sooner. https://t.co/RGMNfXQPGd— Gerardo Álvarez (@alvarez8640) May 10, 2017
The American oversaw a woeful period during the 2016/17 season that resulted in The Swans accumulating just five points in 11 matches, losing seven times with only two wins in the process. He was promptly sacked after just 85 days in charge.
However, Bradley has secured his first job since that tumultuous spell in South Wales after being named Los Angeles FC's first ever manager ahead of the new expansion franchise's debut campaign in Major League Soccer in 2018. The club posted this video with the announcement:
Los Angeles FC's existence was announced in October 2014, the conception of an ownership group comprised of businessmen and venture capitalists.
One of those businessmen and co-owners is Vincent Tan - infamously known for his controversial ownership of Swansea's bitter South-Welsh rivals Cardiff City.
It would be fair to say that Bradley is more suited to the game in his homeland, where he has enjoyed some success - guiding Chicago Fire to an MLS Cup and U.S Open Cup double in 1998, and claiming a second Open Cup in 2000.
The new role signals the 59-year-old's first return to the the top tier of United States football since leaving Chivas USA for the USMNT head coach role in 2006 - Bradley's reign was mainly positive and he remained in the position until 2011.
His disaster in British football aside, both Bradley and LAFC will be eagerly anticipating their respective new challenges as they strive forward into the world of MLS and franchise football.