Bob Bradley: New Swansea City manager bows out at Le Havre with win

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Bob Bradley won his final game in charge of French side Le Havre before taking up the reigns at Swansea City.

The 58-year-old American was confirmed as Francesco Guidolin's replacement on Monday but remained in France to manage the Ligue 2 club for the final time.

Jean-Pascal Fontaine's goal with nine minutes remaining secured a 2-1 for Le Havre against Sochaux.

Bradley's first game in charge of Swansea will be at Arsenal on 15 October.