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An American TV presenter reported that Bob Bradley had been named the new manager of Chelsea yesterday - instead of Swansea.
Bradley was handed the role as boss of the Welsh outfit after Francesco Guidolin was sacked for a poor start to the English Premier League season.
The Swans sit 17th in the table, having taken just four points from their opening seven games of the campaign.
And they believe Bradley is the right man to get them out of the trouble they're in. But if you're a Chelsea fan tuning into ABC7 - a news station in Southern California - yesterday then you'll have been shocked to see that Bradley had somehow taken over from Antonio Conte at your club.
Just to confirm - BOB BRADLEY IS NOT THE NEW CHELSEA MANAGER! Instead, he's signed a contract at Swansea until 2019 after leaving French Ligue 2 outfit Le Havre.
Bradley will arrive at the Liberty Stadium this week to begin work at his new job while the majority of his squad play for their international teams. His first game in charge of the club will be against Arsenal in the league on October 15.
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