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Possible Candidates to Replace Steve Nicol in New England

 By Kevin Koczwara

Steve Nicol has managed the New England Revolution for 10 seasons. In that time, he’s brought the Revs to four MLS Cup finals, one U.S. Open Cup and a SuperLiga championship and another SuperLiga final. His tenure in New England was a change from the old guard. Nicol took the Revolution into the next phase of MLS. He took a team struggling to find an identity and short on a cohesive plan and made it into one of the most consistent teams in the league — the team’s eight-straight appearances in the MLS Cup playoffs are a testament to that consistency.

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Bradley Should Stay in Charge of USMNT

U.S. Men's National Team coach Bob Bradley guided the team to a the knock-out stages of the World Cup this year. Courtesy USSOCCER.Com

By Ryan Fleming

Those who watched last week’s United States, Brazil friendly may have seen Bob Bradley’s last game in charge of the U.S. Men’s National Team.

Despite the Yanks’ 2-0 loss to Brazil, the headlining story was whether or not Bradley had coached his last game for his country’s team. Bradley has been linked with various positions in Europe this summer, such as Fulham and most recently, Aston Villa.

The former Aston Villa skipper, Martin O’Neill left his post earlier this week under mysterious circumstances. The former Celtic boss, we now know, left his post because he didn’t agree with the team’s transfer policy.

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