U.S. soccer coach would be 'honored' to stay on
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U.S. soccer coach would be 'honored' to stay on

Bob Bradley says he'd be 'honored' to stay as the U.S. soccer coach, and he expects a decision in three to four weeks. Bradley told The Associated Press he had 'a very good first conversation' with Sunil Gulati before leaving the World Cup. (July 1) (The Associated Press)

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