Swansea boss Bob Bradley surprises disabled fans with unannounced visit
The new Swansea City manager is making a good impression early.
By Alex Dowd
American manager Bob Bradley has only been on the job with Swansea City for just over two weeks, but he's already making an early impression. The Swans put in an admirable effort in a 3-2 loss at Arsenal, showing encouraging signs of the new regime. Bradley has also made an impact off the pitch, as well.
The manager and a handful of players made a surprise visit to a group of disabled supporters at the Liberty Stadium on Tuesday evening. Bradley dropped in on the Swansea City Disabled Supporters Association for a question and answer session, answering a range of topics.
Some of the questions were about Swansea's upcoming match against Watford, but a few curious fans opted to ask the American manager about the National Football League. Swansea players Mark Birighitti and Alfie Mawson also attended the Q&A, in what the DSA called a delightful evening.
There are still skeptics about whether Bradley is the man to pull Swansea out of their relegation fight, but he's already starting in the right direction in the field of public relations.