Former U.S. men's national team coach could be on the move.
Former U.S. men's national team head coach Bob Bradley is reportedly in advanced talks with French Ligue 2 club Le Havre to become the team's next head coach, according to France Football Magazine.
Bradley has been coaching Stabæk, currently second in Norway's Tippeligaen league, since 2014. In 55 games for the Norwegian club, Bradley has amassed a 29–17–9 record. His contract with Stabaek will expire at the end of the season in November. Bradley has been granted permission to speak with other teams.
Bradley coached the U.S. men's national team for 80 games from 2006 to 2011, amassing a 43–25–12 record and leading the United States to the round of 16 at the 2010 World Cup. After being fired by the United States Soccer Federation in July 2011, Bradley found work as the Egyptian men's national team head coach just two months later. He guided the Pharaohs to the cusp of the 2014 World Cup amid a time of national unrest, but Egypt ultimately fell to Ghana in Africa's qualifying playoff round.
- Christopher Chavez