Trailer released for upcoming Bob Bradley in Egypt documentary


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18 Responses to Trailer released for upcoming Bob Bradley in Egypt documentary

  1. T says:

    They didn’t qualify for their regional championship when it mattere, but they might have “shot” at the World Cup. Best of luck to Bob, and I hope we can play Egypt someday (with us winning of course).

  2. T says:


  3. EITS says:

    great soundtrack

  4. Hutskizzle says:

    Because I like reading too far into things: Props for using Explosion In The Sky’s “Birth And Death Of A Day” for this trailer

    (also one of my favorite songs from my favorite band)

  5. Tres says:

    There are two types of American soccer peeps:

    — those who say “World CUP”
    — those who say “WORLD Cup”

    Bradley (along with Grant Wahl and Landon Donovan, just for the record) is one of the latter.

  6. Damn! I had already forgotten about that sad day I attended at Pasadena.

  7. Sonicdeathmonkey says:

    I’m assuming Johnny Bornstein will have a staring role in the film. 😉

  8. TF says:

    Go Bob.

    Do it!
    Do it!
    Do it!

    Best of luck.

  9. gas huffer says:

    Double Word.

  10. b says:

    Chandler refuses call up, Feilhaber gets injured, Bedoya replaces him, Bedoya injures Cherundolo, Lichaj switches over to RB and Jonathan Bornstein enters the game at LB. 2-0 turns into 4-2, we lose the Gold Cu to our rivals and Bradley gets fired.
    It’s crazy how a string of events can just spiral out of control like that and cause such a disaster…

  11. Steve C says:


    I was also giddy as a school girl at the end of ESPN’s “Fab Five” when they played a ‘This Will Destroy You’ song.

  12. Marc Silvestein says:


  13. Spiritof76 says:

    That Gio Dos Santos goal has to count as one of the best goals ever scored against US?

  14. Spiritof76 says:

    Check out amazing use of that song in the American soccer fan’s catalog: link to

  15. MiamiAl says:

    Bob Bradley should get the hell out of there. He does not have anything to prove. The whole world can see he is a very good manager. Egypt will not be his last stop. I just hope he does not return to CONCACAF.

  16. bryan says:

    just watched this.

    1. my heart hurts everytime i watch that gio goal
    2. explosions in the sky rock
    3. looks awesome