AS Roma midfielder Michael Bradley believes the Giallorossi are moving in the right direction under its American owners, despite the club opting for yet another coaching change
after a disappointing 2012-13 season under Zdenek Zeman and Aurelio Andreazzoli.
Speaking to the press ahead of the annual MLS All-Star game, in which the MLS All-Stars will take on Roma at Sporting Park in Kansas City on Wednesday night, Bradley said, “I've been impressed by President James Pallotta’s enthusiasm, his drive and commitment. The club wants to grow into something special in world and European soccer.”
The U.S. international added: “You want to be at a club with ambition and everyone here -- from the players to the club president -- is striving to build and win something. That's why I chose Roma.” Bradley moved to Roma from Chievo Verona in 2012 and quickly established himself as a starter in central midfield.