Bradley to stay on as US coach for 2014 World Cup
Bob Bradley has agreed to stay on as United States coach for another four years to include the 2014 World Cup, US Soccer said on Monday.
New York: Bob Bradley has agreed to stay on as United States coach for another four years to include the 2014 World Cup, US Soccer said on Monday.
The 52-year-old, who steered the US to the second round at this year`s World Cup finals in South Africa, will retain the job until the end of 2014 after agreeing to a four-year contract extension.
Monday`s announcement puts an end to the widespread rumours linking Bradley with the vacant position at English Premier League club Aston Villa.
Prior to Brazil`s 2-0 win over the US in a friendly earlier this month, Bradley said he would love the challenge of coaching in Europe but also said leading the U.S towards the 2014 World Cup would be a challenge.
Over the last four years, the US have won 38 games and lost 20 out of a total of 66 under Bradley, whose current contract was to expire at the end of December.