Bob Bradley hopes for dignified end to World Cup campaign

first_imgEgypt coach Bob Bradley says he is hoping to restore some pride to the bruised national side following their 6-1 loss to Ghana in the first leg 2014 World Cup play off on October 15. The Pharaohs would have to score 6 unanswered goals before they can edge Ghana out to make their first World Cup since 1990.It’s unclear the American trainer will even get the chance to play the second leg amid reports that he will be asked to step aside before the game.But Bradley says he wants to stay and finish off what he started two years ago.”If it is left to me I would be with the team because we had been together throughout this period with a dream,” Bradley said. “It’s important that we can stand together one more time, our team has worked very, very hard to try and make a dream, an important dream for all Egyptians. “I am sad that we’ve put ourselves in a position right now where that dream is at risk, it’s going to be difficult, but we still have 90 more minutes.”Egypt is set to host the return leg in Cairo on November 19.last_img

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