by GIANFRANCO PANIZO
U.S. men's national team head coach Bob Bradley has one busy summer ahead of him.
Bradley is preparing for the biggest summer of his coaching career as the United States plays Costa Rica and Honduras in a pair of World Cup qualifiers before traveling to South Africa to play in the Confederations Cup. After playing against the likes of Italy, Egypt and Brazil, Bradley and the U.S. will look to defend their Gold Cup title before closing out the summer with a World Cup qualifier in Estadio Azteca against rival Mexico.
Bradley sat down with FIFA.com and talked about the jam-packed summer schedule, as well as topics ranging from the combination of youth and experience on the team, to how he plans on preparing the squad next week when they play two World Cup qualifiers in a span of four days.
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