Bob Bradley: Still USMNT Coach

Contrary to wild Internet reports…Bob Bradley has not resigned as United States Men’s National team coach.

USSF spokeman Neil Buethe says, “There is no change in the situation. Bob Bradley has not resigned.”

Upon prompting: Buethe: “There is no announcement expected in the next week. Discussions are still ongoing between Bob and US Soccer.”

I think that’s all we have on this one for now.

Hey, I'm still coaching...

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by The Gentleman Masher on 2010/08/13 at 7:53 AM

    Wow – video game Bob looks like Kenny Moritorri from “My Boys”

    http://eng.hebus.com/image-202762.html

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  2. I love watching these things unfold. Unfortunately I don’t ever believe anyone as we routinely see “Player X is very happy at Club Y and has not talked with any other clubs” then he signs with Club Z the next day.

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  3. Posted by KickAss on 2010/08/13 at 9:34 AM

    Wow, what a dissappointmen!!! For a glorious moment there I thought that Bog had resigned!!!
    BOB PLEASE RESIGN!!!

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    • Posted by dude on 2010/08/13 at 3:59 PM

      Sorry, KickAss. They’re going to need a SWAT team to remove that US Soccer emblazoned jumpsuit.

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  4. Posted by Kevin on 2010/08/13 at 4:25 PM

    If I was Bob and I wanted the best thing for US Soccer, I would have resigned the day after the world cup final. I don’t believe he will be able to bring out the potential we have for a 2014 World Cup Team. Right now, we’ve got three possession oriented offesnsive midfielders. Add in Bradley who has made incredible progress in his possession of the ball (and just being on the ball total) and throw in Edu. All five of the people I mentioned know how to keep the ball. Together in 4 years is a solid midfield, and when you consider the fact that someone else will have to beat them out to end up starting… I might just be hyping it up in my mind but if the coach plays his cards right we could have a very good squad in 2014. Bradley’s tactics don’t quite cut it for it our 2014 player pool.

    Fun fact for the day – When the 2006 World Cup kicked off (and ended) Jozy Altidore was yet to make his professional debut.

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