One win Bradley face Sunderland

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December 10, 2016
@Normal:Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye (right) challenges Swansea City's Gylfi Sigurdsson for the ball during the English Premier League match at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales, on November 26. Swansea won 5-4.

With only one win in seven games as Swansea manager, Bob Bradley has seen his new team slide to the bottom. The American's dire introduction to the Premier League was heightened when his disjointed team lost 5-0 at Tottenham last week.

Is Bradley's job already under threat?

"You go in every day and at any moment the club can say 'We need to make a change,'" Bradley said Thursday.

"But if you worry about that, the players will spit you out fast. They will see through you. If I am telling the players they have to look adversity in the eye and have some courage, then I have got to do that, too."

Bradley shouldn't give up hope. He only has to look to Sunderland, the team that was last when he took charge in south Wales and plays Swansea. Sunderland has hauled itself to a point from safety by winning three of its last four games under David Moyes.

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