The SBI Show: Episode 95 (Talking Bob Bradley job options, the NCAA Tournament, and more)

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Bob Bradley hasn’t coached in MLS since 2006, but it appears the former U.S. Men’s National Team, Chicago Fire, New York/New Jersey MetroStars and Chivas USA coach is open to a return to the league where his pro coaching career began.

Episode 95 of The SBI Show takes a look Bradley’s reported interest in the Vancouver Whitecaps job, which he has interviewed for. We discuss whether it is a good option for him, and what the chances are that he actually takes it.

Co-host Garrett Cleverly and I also discuss other action on the MLS front, including the recent roster moves around the league. We also break down this weekend’s NCAA Tournament Round of 16 matchups.

Give Episode 95 of The SBI Show a listen after the jump:


  • Turgid Jacobian

    Hey, I think you guys did really well this year with the show. I’ve listened to probably 1/2 of the shows after #50 or so. Good job, gents.


  • beto

    just do a couple 15 min shows in KC

    show 97 – World Cup draw review, USMNT outlook
    show 98 – Americans Abroad & International Soccer outlook
    show 99 – MLS Offseason & Rumor Mill
    show 100 – MLS Cup Preview

    i will be traveling all day give me something to listen to!


  • MisterJC

    Well, first of all… ouch…
    Disappointed, but I understand. I’m just glad to hear regular podcast, regardless of the occasion.

    Second, solid show and good info.

    And finally – I know you like to think your ______ don’t stank, but lean a lil’ bit closer see, roses really smell like boo boo boo! Well done, Garrett, well done…


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