CAIRO - Former United States coach
Bob Bradley is one of three candidates to take charge of
Egypt's national team, the country's football association said.
Bradley, Colombian Francisco Maturana and Zoran Filipovic,
the former Montenegro coach, are being interviewed for the job.
Bradley was fired last month as U.S. coach after nearly five
years in the job in which he led the team to the 2009
Confederations Cup final.
Maturana made his name as coach of his native Colombia at
the 1990 and 1994 World Cups.
Egypt have been without a coach since firing Hassan Shehata,
who led them to a record three successive African Nations Cup
He left in June after a home draw with South Africa in June
left Egypt likely to miss out on defending their title at the in
The new coach will be tasked with qualifying Egypt for the
World Cup for the first time since 1990.
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