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Le Havre's Bradley open to MLS return

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FRENCH LIGUE 2

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
9 Nimes 3 4 3 13
10 Le Havre AC 3 4 2 13
11 Clermont 3 4 3 13
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Swansea City meet with former U.S. coach Bob Bradley - reports

Brian McBride and Alexis Nunes react to reports of Bob Bradley being linked to the Swansea City managerial role.

Former United States coach Bob Bradley has met with Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins about a potential head coaching job, according to multiple reports.

Current Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin has been under increasing pressure after earning just four points from the first six games of the Premier League season.

Should Guidolin be sacked, former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs remains the favourite for the job, according to The Sun.

But Bradley, now the manager of French Ligue 2 club Le...

Le Havre coach Bob Bradley 'wide open' to right MLS option

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Le Havre coach Bob Bradley says he wouldn't rule out a return to MLS in the future.

Former U.S. national team manager Bob Bradley said he remains wide open to a return to Major League Soccer -- even though he loves the challenge of managing abroad and isn't necessarily finished pursuing opportunities with bigger European clubs.

Speaking to the "ESPN Soccer Today" show in Dallas (103.3 FM), Bradley added that American managers -- not unlike players -- often must work harder than their local counterparts to prove themselves in Europe.

He also said that he continues to keep a close...

 By Ben Gladwell

Paul Pogba's ex-boss: Manchester United return would be beautiful

Sources have told ESPN FC that Man United have agreed a fee for Paul Pogba.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop does not necessarily feel Man United or Real Madrid would best suit Paul Pogba.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the latest details on Paul Pogba's summer transfer saga.

Paul Pogba's first coach believes the Juventus midfielder would be making a wise choice by returning to Manchester United this summer.

Sources have told ESPN FC that Real Madrid have made contact with Juve over Pogba, 23, but that United remain favourites to land the France international, and both Sky Sport Italia and Gazzetta dello Sport have reported that an agreement could be reached by the end of the week.

Pogba, who left United for Juve on a free transfer in 2012, began his career with French...

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Bob Bradley to stay at Le Havre despite painful promotion miss from Ligue 2

Bob Bradley was appointed Le Havre head coach in November 2015.

Bob Bradley has said he will continue as Le Havre head coach despite the "incredible disappointment" of missing out on promotion to Ligue 1.

Bradley's Le Havre won 5-0 against Bourg-Peronnas on Friday but the result was not enough to secure third place in Ligue 2, as Metz progressed to France's top tier at their expense.

Le Havre and Metz both finished on a plus-15 goal difference but the latter boasted 54 to the latter's 52 goals scored this season.

One more goal in their victory over Bourg-Peronnas...

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Metz promoted to Ligue 1 over Bob Bradley's Le Havre by tiny margin

FC Metz became the third team promoted to Ligue 1 this season despite a furious late push from Le Havre.

On the final day of the season on Friday, Metz lost 1-0 at Lens while Le Havre, managed by former United States coach Bob Bradley, defeated Bourg-Peronnas 5-0.

Both Metz and Le Havre finished level on 65 points with a plus-15 goal difference, and Metz were awarded third place and promotion because of their superior goals scored -- 54 to Le Havre's 52.

One more goal would have seen Le Havre go...