Swansea boss Bob Bradley has defended Jose Mourinho, stating he hasn’t lost his touch following Manchester United’s poor start to the season.
Mourinho’s side are ten points behind league leaders Chelsea in eighth place, having only won just one of their last seven Premier League games.
Bradley, speaking ahead of Swansea’s game with Man United, believes Mourinho is “too good” to lose his managerial ability.
“Do I think he’s lost anything? No way, he’s too good,” said Bradley.
“I can relate to the fact he is under pressure – we are all under pressure, you have to accept it. It goes with the territory and the bigger the club, the bigger the spotlight.”
Bradley is still waiting for his first win since taking charge of Swansea, having lost twice and drawn once from his three games.
“You can have things go your way then have a stretch where things go against you. Your ability to stay current and have a good way with everything that goes on around you, that’s the test of being a football manager over a long period of time.”
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