Swansea will have its third manager of the season after Bob Bradley was fired.
The American stayed there for only 85 days in he led the Welsh players in 11 games, but the team did not record much improvement in them.
Bradley replaced Francesco Guidolin at the beginning of October, but the team lost 7 of its games, as the 1:4 defeat against West Ham yesterday meant an end to his period at the helm of the club.
At his coming, the team was outside of the danger zone in terms of a goal difference and is now four points away from the safe 17th place. Swansea managed to overcome the team of Crystal Palace with 5:4 and Sunderland with 3:0 and made draws with Everton and Watford.
`Sorry to break it to Bob so quickly, but things just didn`t work out as we wanted. We believe that now is the time for a new change as there is half a season remained. Hard times make us try to find answers, to get out of trouble. Bob is a great professional and we wish him all the best in the future.`, said the President Hugh Jenkins.
For the match from sport-tips against Bournemouth on Saturday, the team will be led by Alan Curtis and Paul Williams, as most likely, they would be ahead of the team for the visit of Crystal Palace on 3 January.