An brief on the traffic after the collapse of the freeway in the San Francisco Bay Area, should give us an idea of what we could do everywhere to decrease the congestion on our roads.
U.S. Soccer will announce Bob Bradley’s permanent appointment as U.S. national team coach at a press conference in New York on Wednesday, sources with knowledge of the decision confirmed to ESPN.com on Tuesday. Bradley’s hiring comes five months after he was chosen to serve as the interim head coach while Gulati considered other candidates, including several foreign coaches.
Canada’s next national men’s soccer coach will be homegrown.
Canadian Soccer Association president Colin Linford confirmed Monday that a Canadian will receive the post, but declined to identify who it will be, saying an official announcement will likely be made this week.
That means the nod will likely go to Vancouver native Dale Mitchell, currently the coach of the country’s under-20 squad and the only short-list candidate born in Canada.
Canada has been without a coach since Frank Yallop left the job last June to become coach of Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Galaxy, the team David Beckham has agreed to join.