Swansea are on the lookout for their third manager of the season after sacking Bob Bradley.
His replacement has a number of issues to tackle and we take a look at five key ones.
Remember the days when Swansea's passing game was compared to Barcelona. They couldn't pass wind currently 😜— Rob 🦘🤴🏻🤴🏻 (@Choikles) December 3, 2016
Swansea’s rise from the Football League trapdoor to European football was well documented and their clear, passing style applauded.
Started by Roberto Martinez, continued by Paulo Sousa, Brendan Rodgers, Michael Laudrup and Garry Monk, that style has gone missing over recent months. The new manager needs to find a way to play and stick to it.
Bradley’s replacement needs to find a way to remedy this. Kyle Bartley has been excellent out on loan at Leeds and cannot be recalled. Ex-Swan Steven Caulker is still only 24, at QPR, and might be worth a look if his hip problem has cleared up.