By FRANCO PANIZO
The Vancouver Whitecaps will apparently not be winning the Bob Bradley sweepstakes. In fact, it appears no one in MLS will.
Bradley has passed on the chance to become the Whitecaps head coach and will instead take a job in Europe, according to a report from The Province. The overseas club he will reportedly take charge of is unnamed, but he was linked to Norwegian side Stabaek FC a few weeks ago and that interest could still remain.
The decision by Bradley to not fill Vancouver’s vacant position means the Whitecaps will have to continue searching for Martin Rennie’s successor. The club had interviewed Bradley, the former coach of Egypt and the U.S. Men’s National Team, with the hopes that he would return to MLS. The 55-year-old Bradley coached the Chicago Fire, New York/New Jersey MetroStars and Chivas USA previously in his career.
Whitecaps assistant coach Carl Robinson is believed to be the man who will benefit from Bradley’s decision.
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