The off-season remake of Toronto FC continues.
The MLS club announced on Wednesday that it has hired Bob Bradley as its new coach and sporting director. Bradley becomes the 12th coach in TFC history, replacing Javier Perez. This moves also comes after the recent departure of former GM Ali Curtis.
The father of Toronto captain Michael Bradley, Bradley Sr., 63, has an impressive resume that includes coaching stints in MLS, and European clubs. He's also been in charge of the U.S. and Egyptian national teams. Bradley joins TFC with the third-most regular season wins (182) in MLS history, behind only Bruce Arena and Sigi Schmid. He also has led teams to an MLS Cup (1998, Chicago Fire), and an MLS Supporters’ Shield (2019, Los Angeles FC), and he is a three-time MLS coach of the year.
In the latest video blog, I examine the appointment of Bob Bradley as TFC coach and sporting director, and what this means for the club as it enters one of the most important off-seasons in franchise history.
Watch the video below: