While Jurgen Klinsmann struggles to find wins or goals with the U.S. men's national team, the man he replaced is ready to begin his latest coaching adventure.
Bob Bradley will coach his first game as head coach of the Egyptian National Team, which takes on Brazil today (Noon, ESPN3.com).
Bradley will be looking to help Egypt overcome the disappointment of failing to qualify for the African Nations Cup.
Here are some other stories get you through the early part of the day:
PUEBLA HIRES OSORIO
Former Chicago Fire and New York Red Bulls head coach Juan Carlos Osorio has found a new job, one bringing him back to North America.
Osorio was announced as the newest manager for Mexican club Puebla on Sunday, taking over a club that counts U.S. national team midfielder DaMarcus Beasley as on of its players.
Osorio leaves behind Colombian club Once Caldas, which he helped lead to a Colombian League championship and quarterfinal run in Copa Libertadores.
PARKHURST PENS NEW CLUB DEAL
American defender Michael Parkhurst was awarded a fresh one-year deal at Danish side FC NordsjÃ¦lland today, prolonging his current three-year tenure with the club to 2012.
Parkhurst joined NordsjÃ¦lland in December of 2008 as a free agent after his contract with the New England Revolution came to an end. Since signing on, Parkhurst has established himself as a key component in the back, figuring heavily in the club's matches at this point in the season.
NordsjÃ¦lland currently sits second in the Danish Premier League, grabbing wins in four of the last five matches.
The 27-year-old was called up to the 2007 USMNT Gold Cup squad and made his debut against Trinidad and Tobago that same summer.
What do you think of these developments? See Bradley having success with Egypt? Think we'll see Osorio back in MLS one day? See Parkhurst getting a U.S. national team call-up any time soon?
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