The hunt for Bob Bradley's next coaching job continues.
According to reports out of Mexico, Santos Laguna is set to hire Benjamin Gallindo as its head coach, opting to go with the former standout player and one-time Santos coach (2006) over the former U.S. national team boss.
Bradley had been in Torreon, Mexico, to interview for the position and was considered a serious candidate but ultimately appears to have been passed over for the job.
Bradley still remains a top candidate to coach the Egyptian national team, whose vacancy is expected to be filled in the coming week. Former Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has also emerged as a top candidate for the position.
What do you think of this development? Disappointed Bradley won't be coaching in Mexico? Where would you like to see him end up? Egypt? MLS?
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