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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Sir Alex Ferguson: Bob Bradley Capable of Taking Fulham Challenge

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who is currently in the US with Manchester United squad, has revealed that USA coach Bob Bradley has the ability to take up a new challenge becoming the next coach of Premier League side Fulham.

Fulham has been looking for a new manager since the departure of Roy Hodgson for Liverpool last month. They recently failed to bring in Ajax manager Martin Jol. Reports suggest that Bob Bradley is one of the candidates in Fulham’s shortlist alongside former England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson. However, Fulham has not made any formal offer to Bradley yet.

Ferguson is surprised at Bob Bradley not being offered a new contract following USA's impressive show in the World Cup 2010 in South Africa. Bradley guided the Americans to the second round of the World Cup before losing to Ghana. Bradley’s existing deal will expire at the end of this year, but USA soccer federation is yet to hand him a new contract.

Ferguson believes Bradley’s job with USA national team has been ‘fantastic’ and the 52-year-old should have been offered a new contract upon returning home from South Africa.

Bob Bradley is also an admirer of Manchester United’s Scottish manager and studied Ferguson’s coaching method earlier. Bradley has been at the helm of USA since 2006 and has brought a remarkable success in last year’s Confederations Cup where USA reached the tournament final, their first and so far only appearance in the final of a FIFA tournament.

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