In this Sunday, Oct. 20, 2013 photo, Bob Bradley from the US, Egypt’s national team coach talks, during an interview with The Associated Press, in Cairo, Egypt. With Egypt still reeling from a 6-1 loss to Ghana in a World Cup playoff, the team's American coach is hoping to restore some pride to the bruised national side. It’s unclear, however, if Bob Bradley will even get the chance to do that. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
(The Associated Press)
CAIRO – The Egyptian Football Association says it will keep Bob Bradley as coach for the second leg of the World Cup playoff against Ghana next month, though that will likely be the American's last game with the team.
Egypt lost the first leg 6-1, and the return leg is Nov. 19. The former U.S. coach told The Associated Press on Sunday that "if we don't manage to make a miracle (in the second leg), then I'll be finished."