Date: 27th July 2010 at 5:28pm
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Fulham’s search for a new manager has taken a few knocks, and seen a few twists and turns although rushing into this appointment is not going to happen.

One man that has been linked with the job is America coach Bob Bradley, who has now been backed by none other than Sir Alex Ferguson: ‘I think he would do well. I like Bob, I like his approach, I think he has a steely determination about him and he goes into a lot of detail in his coaching.’

Fergie, who should know a thing about good managers, also expressed his surprise at the news that Bradley has not yet been offered a new contract, with this due to expire in December so this might see him ready to move on.

The 52-year-old might not be interested in the Fulham job but the Man United manager feels he could do a lot worse than accepting the Craven Cottage post if offered to him: ‘He may want the challenge himself, I think that what he has achieved with the USA has been very good.

‘He is a young man and I don’t think there is anything wrong with taking a challenge in Europe or England.

‘I know he has been linked with Fulham and I don’t think it is beyond his boundaries at all. I think he is very capable of taking on a challenge like that.’

Quite a glowing recommendation from Fergie who is, like him or not, one of the finest managers of all time!

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3 Replies to “Fulham – Bradley Backing”

  • says the man that lost to fulham at craven cottage two games running… are there underlying motives here? i doubt it, but it’s always fun to mention how we’ve beaten them two year running now…

  • w
    his ok but would sooner have hughes or we could have half of the usa team good or bad i dont know but it did not work when we had half the irish team

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