I know what I'm talking about, insists under-fire Swans supremo
Swansea manager Bob Bradley says there is no issue with how he talks about the game. The American has faced some questions after using "PK" to describe a penalty and referring to a game at Middlesbrough as a "road game".
"Ninety-five per cent of my football vocabulary fits without a problem, but there are other terms in football that come from different places," said Bradley.
"When I was in Norway, the organisation of a team when you have the ball, they call offensive marking. Some places call that rest defence.
"When I am speaking normally I talk about home form, I talk about away form, but there is a part in American sports, when the San Antonio Spurs have a bad game playing outside of San Antonio, (coach) Gregg Popovich will say, 'We're not good enough on the road'.
"Every now and then a little of that comes out of me, but not too much. The idea that it draws attention, I don't know what to say. It's part of the deal.
"In France I once talked after a game about the importance of a clean sheet and they looked at me and said, 'What's a clean sheet?'
"This is football. Again, 95 per cent of my vocabulary fits without any question."