FORMER U.S. COACH Bob Bradley made history by becoming the first American to manage a Premier League team when Swansea City hired him on Oct. 3. Bradley's first game is a doozy: at Arsenal this Saturday. But the 58-year-old Bradley knows about challenges, having coached the Egyptian national team and later turned down more lucrative jobs in MLS to earn his European cred as a club manager in France and Norway. Swansea City was bought by a U.S. ownership group in July, and the Swans could take on an even deeper Yankee flavor during the January transfer window. This is speculation, but here are some familiar faces Bradley could pursue.

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Michael Bradley 29/U.S. Midfielder Toronto FC 60%
Bradley and his son, the U.S. captain, are close, and working together in the EPL would be a rare opportunity.
Sacha Kljestan 31/U.S. Midfielder New York Red Bulls 40%
Kljestan played for Bradley at Chivas USA and on the USMNT, and he's having a terrific MLS season.
Steven Birnbaum 25/U.S. Defender D.C. United 40%
Birnbaum has become a regular U.S. call-up and could have what it takes for the rough-and-tumble EPL.
Adama Diomandé 26/Norway Forward Hull City 25%
Bradley helped revive Diomandé's career at Stabaek in Norway to the point that he was sold to Hull City.
Lys Mousset 20/France Forward Bournemouth 25%
Mousset got his chance at Le Havre in the French second division under Bradley, who saw him blossom.