2006: Bradley was appointed to US soccer’s top job, in charge of the national team, and won the Gold Cup within a year of taking over.
2010: Bradley led the US to the top of Group C at the 2010 World Cup, beating Algeria and drawing with Slovenia before losing to Ghana in the last 16.
2011: After defeat in the Gold Cup final to Mexico, Bradley was sacked. He was out of work for just two months before taking over the Egyptian national team.
2013: After Egypt were beaten 7-3 on aggregate by Ghana in the last round of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, Bradley was dismissed.
2014: Bradley became the first ever American to manage in a European top division when he was given the Stabaek job in Denmark.
2015: Having led Stabaek to a third place in the Danish league, Bradley was poached by Le Havre in Ligue 2.
He took over with the side struggling in 15th position but finished the season in 4th.
2016: With Le Havre 5th in Ligue 2, Bradley was brought in at Swansea to replace Francesco Guidolin with the Swans 17th in the Premier League after seven games.