The American, 58, has been handed the job of reviving the Welsh strugglers’ fortunes despite having no Premier League experience – just like his sacked predecessor Francesco Guidolin.
But if that was not bad enough, the Swansea Supporters’ Trust, who own 21% of the club and have a place on the board, were NOT consulted about Bradley being drafted in from French Division Two outfit Le Havre.
That has left the Trust fuming and last week they went public with their concerns at the way Swansea’s new American owners are running the ship.
Now Bradley, in a bid to stop the dispute getting out of hand, has promised to address the fears of the unhappy Liberty Stadium faithful.
The ex-USA and Egypt boss said last night: “I would like to meet and talk with the supporters because I have full respect for the fans of this club – as I do with any hardcore supporters.