Source: Asempa FM
Egyptian Football Association chairman Gamal Allam has announced, Bob Bradley is no longer the head coach of the Egyptian national team after his side failed to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Bradley’s contract expired following the unsuccessful World Cup campaign on Tuesday and word trickling through from Cairo is that the former U.S. national team head coach will no longer lead the Pharaohs.
Pharaohs did not qualify to Brazil World Cup after lost their play off matches 7 -3 in aggregate.
“Bob Bradley’s contract ended this night, and we will not renew for him, we will start search for a new coach. I think Bradley will not accept to stay here following all the criticism from the media after the first match in Kumasi.
“We did not talk with him about staying and we will not do so. We won against Ghana but we did not qualify. We signed Bradley to take the team to the World Cup but he failed so we will search for new coach and we wish him good luck,” Gamal said after the match.
Bradley took the charge of Egyptian National team two-years ago after the former coach Hassan Shehata left the team.