Le Havre draws Brest 0-0 in Bob Bradley's first Ligue 2 game

PARIS (AP) — Bob Bradley's first game in charge of French second-division club Le Havre ended in a 0-0 draw against Brest on Monday as the former United States coach watched his team miss a number of chances for a winning goal.

Le Havre dominated much of the game but Brest goalkeeper Joan Hartock repeatedly denied the hosts as Bradley had to settle for one point in his debut. Le Havre remained in fourth place, five points off leader Nancy after 15 games.

Bradley, who also previously managed Egypt, was brought in this month by Le Havre's American executive Vincent Volpe, the president of an oil and energy company who bought the club over the summer.

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