Bradley's facing a foe both he and American soccer fans know all too well

Bradley's facing a foe both he and American soccer fans know all too well

World Cup Qualifying

Bradley's facing a foe both he and American soccer fans know all too well

Bob Bradley

By IVES GALARCEP

Former U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Bob Bradley is set to face a familiar foe when he leads Egypt against its final hurdle on the  way to the 2014 World Cup, and it makes the support for Bradley and Egypt among American soccer fans even stronger.

In case you missed Monday’s African World Cup qualifying playoff draw, Bradley’s Egypt was drawn against Ghana, with the winner of their two-game playoff securing a place in the World Cup.

In my recent On American Soccer column for Goal.com, I take a closer look at Bradley’s challenge, and why Egypt’s chances of beating Ghana might be better than American soccer fans realize.

Give the column a read and let us know what you think of Bradley’s challenge. Do you see Egypt defeating the Black Stars? Think it is too tough a challenge?

Share your thoughts below.

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