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Friday, December 3, 2021

Former LAFC Coach Bob Bradley Joins Toronto FC

After mutually agreeing to end a four-year run that had managed the Los Angeles football club, Bob Bradley needed less than a week to travel across the continent for his next assignment.

Bradley, 63, was officially introduced as head coach and sports director for Toronto FC on Wednesday, placing him in the same organization as his son, team captain Michael Bradley, and brother, Jeff Bradley, club communications director Was.

“I’m so excited, there’s no two ways about it,” Michael said. “However, I am more excited for the club than anything else. I am lucky. I know more than anyone how good my father is and he will create atmosphere on the field every day in and out of the club. As a player But that’s what you want. That’s all you want. To come every day to a place where you’re surrounded by people with similar ambitions. Share the same drive. Share the same commitment to trying to create something different Something special.

“So for me on a personal level, I’m very excited for my family. For my kids. I don’t think there are two people more excited than my son and my daughter in Toronto at the moment.”

For LAFC, Bradley was tasked with building an expansion MLS team as a winner, as he had done with the Chicago Fire in 1998. Working with general manager John Thorrington, Bradley led LAFC to go on with a record of 58–34–32 in league play. -Popping stats. However, there are many chances to hoist trophies with just one: the 2019 Supporters Shield.

In Toronto, the three-time MLS Coach of the Year is responsible for rebuilding on the field and in the front office after the second worst season in club history. The announcement came after TFC lost the Canadian Championship to Montreal on Sunday, then dropped interim head coach Javier Perez and general manager Ali Curtis.

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Toronto requested permission to speak with Bradley after LAFC was officially removed from the MLS Cup playoff dispute on the final day of the season in Colorado.

“I didn’t know I would get the chance to coach Michael again,” said Bradley, who is Toronto’s fourth head coach this year and 12th overall in club history. “He and I have shared incredible moments in the game. They came when I coached them but they came when we got too far after seeing them. The feeling of coming to Toronto, I’m here for the (MLS Cup) finals in 2017 And I was very proud.

“It’s been eight years since Michael was here, we’ve seen every match. I watched most of the games more than once. I really appreciate Toronto. The city. The club has an association with the city. It’s all with those ideas.” fits that I developed over the years at the end of coaching.”

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