LAFC part ways with head coach Bob Bradley

Los Angeles Football Club has decided to part ways with head coach Bob Bradley after four seasons, the team announced on Thursday. 

Bradley was hired as LAFC’s first head coach in July 2017, leading the Western Conference side to a record-breaking run to the Supporters’ Shield in 2019 and an appearance in the Concacaf Champions League final in 2020. 

“Bob has been fantastic as the first and only head coach for this Club,” John Thorrington, LAFC co-president and general manager, said in a statement.

“He provided strong leadership and has been a great ambassador for LAFC. Bob helped us develop a winning culture and established a legacy that will always be a part of LAFC’s history.”

“We want to certainly take this moment to thank Bob for all he did, and wish him well. Now we are ready to move into this next phase and part of that will be a very diligent and rigorous process as we filter through a list of candidates. … I wouldn’t I don’t want to compromise a good decision making and process for punctuality here.”

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