Bob Bradley will make history on Saturday, when he guides Swansea City onto the field at the Emirates Stadium as the Swans play Arsenal (10 a.m., CNBC).
Bradley is the first American manager in the Premier League, with his long, well-traveled road taking him to a place he'd always dreamed of coaching. That hard work will be met with difficult challenges right off the bat, as he inherits a struggling team that is lingering just above the relegation zone through seven games. Taking on challenges is nothing new to Bradley, though, evidenced by his track record with Egypt, Stabaek and Le Havre.
So with Bradley and his career on the mind ahead of his momentous day, our Planet Fútbol roundtable featuring SI's Alexander Abnos, Brian Straus and Grant Wahl focuses on Bradley, his accomplishments, what we should expect from him in the Premier League and where he ranks all-time among American coaches.
Here are our answers: