New Swansea manager Bob Bradley has vowed to push chairman Huw Jenkins to improve the club, stating, I am not someone to sit quietly and let everybody else make decisions. Bradley is the first American to manage a Premier League team, after leaving French club Le Havre to replace the sacked Francisco Guidolin earlier this week.The former USA manager insists he has not arrived simply to keep the Welsh club in the top flight and is ready to face those sceptical about an American managing in an English division. New Swansea City manager Bob Bradley after a press conference at the Marriott Hotel, Swansea. With Swansea fourth from bottom with one win in their first seven games, Bradley told Sky Sports, Im confident I can keep the team up - but its always more than just keeping the team in the Premier League.I think the squad is strong enough, but I think there needs to be regular dialogue about how to improve the squad. Weve had early dialogue with Huw Jenkins and I appreciate his honesty and perspective. I really feel that the two of us will work well together.But he also knows Im going to challenge him. I have ideas. Im not someone to sit quietly and let everybody else make decisions. I believe in pushing the envelope a little bit and trying to challenge people for where we are, and get better. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just ￡6.99. No contract. I think well need to look at all possibilities. But I also think theres talent and we need to restore some confidence and do some little things better.I do have to expect the same [treatment an Englishman would get in the NBA or NFL], but its not the first time in my career that Ive had to face skeptics. Its part of the deal. In any field theres a CV, what youve done in the past. Sometimes that helps you get the foot in the door.But then you have to earn respect. Youve got to go in every day and engage players, man-to-man, look them in the eye, challenge guys to get better. That part of the job doesnt change. Ive worked with all kinds of players - some big players - from different kinds of backgrounds and different countries.What does change is that, when you play in the top league in the world, you get punished faster, and small mistakes turn into big problems. I get all of that. Swansea suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool last weekend Guidolin, Bradleys predecessor, lost his job after a 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool on Saturday - their third successive loss.Bradley believes small changes will make a big difference.I think it was a tough run of fixtures and a little bit of bad luck, and when things start to go against you, you lose confidence, he said. Then you lose aggressiveness and commitment a little bit.One thing Ive said to the players already is that, yes, we want to be a passing team, but when we lose the ball we need to be more difficult to play against. We need to close down a little harder, and work together to make sure the other team cant just do whatever it wants.Those are the things that top teams do well.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Bradley in, Guidolin out Friedel: Bradley has all the tools Bob wants Sir Alex vibe at Swans Swansea fixtures Daniel Carlson Vikings Jersey .Kraft says Goodell realized before seeing a video showing Baltimore running back Ray Rice striking his then fiance that domestic violence was very serious for society in general. Sheldon Richardson Vikings Jersey . 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United has lost four of its last six games at Old Trafford in all competitions and failed to reach the fourth round for only the second time in 30 years. "We had another big game in 48 hours time so we have to keep that in mind (but) no excuse," said Moyes, referring to the first leg of a League Cup semifinal against Sunderland on Tuesday. "We had a strong team out. Nearly every player out there was an international." Like United, West Ham used a lineup full of reserves ahead of its League Cup semifinal against Manchester City on Wednesday, and the gamble backfired. The injury-hit Premier League struggler was crushed 5-0 at second-tier Nottingham Forest in the third rounds biggest shock. "We had a huge amount of problems in terms of the available members of the squad so Ive got to keep them intact, thats a major priority," said West Ham manager Sam Allardyce, who was already under pressure with his team next to last in the league. "Many, many managers have changed the team in all divisions, but my changes had to be severe. I didnt want it to be but it had to be." Chelsea and Liverpool played stronger lineups -- and it showed. Second-half goals by John Obi Mikel and Oscar earned Chelsea a 2-0 victory at Derby, while Liverpool avenged last seasons surprise defeat to third-tier Oldham in this competition by winning 2-0 at Anfield thanks to Iago Aspas first goal for the club and an own goal by James Tarkowski. That game also saw Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers go up against his own son, Anton, who plays for Oldham and came on as a second-half substitute. "Ive seen Antons life from when he was a young footballer and to see him run out there was a bit surreal really," Rodgers said. 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Fabio was given a straight red card for a studs-first lunge at Jose Canas, just four minutes after coming on as a substitute, and Bony made United pay by rising to head in Routledges left-wing cross to cap an impressive performance. "In my world, they are still a big team and for us to beat them, we still have to do a very good performance," Swansea manager Michael Laudrup said. Allardyce fielded an unrecognizable starting XI featuring a host of youth-team players at The City Ground and they collapsed in the second half. Djamel Abdouns goal gave Forest a 1-0 lead at halftime before Jamie Paterson scored a hat trick and Andy Reid completed the humiliation with the fifth in injury time. West Hams lineup further highlights the FA Cups increasing lack of appeal in the eyes of many top clubs nowadays but Allardyce made no apologies and knows there may be repercussions. "There might be, who knows?" Allardyce said. "Im not saying it wont happen unless I start to get results. 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