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Eriksson pondering Ivory Coast extension

The chances of U.S. coach Bob Bradley taking over as manager of Fulham are yet to be assessed, though he's on list of candidates that also includes Sven-Goran Eriksson, Ottmar Hitzfeld, Martin Jol, Alan Curbishley and a few others.

Eriksson's availability could be compromised if he's offered a contract to extend his stay with Ivory Coast, which hired him in March to coach its team at the World Cup. He says he isn't sure what the Ivorian federation's plans are but he should know more in about a week.

Bradley has not commented on the reputed interest from Fulham, which is seeking a manager to replace Roy Hodgson, who resigned to take over Liverpool several weeks ago.

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1 comment about "Eriksson pondering Ivory Coast extension ".
  1. Christopher Holden, July 15, 2010 at 6:01 p.m.

    If Fulham signs Bradley I will LMAO. Did they watch any of the World Cup games? Is this a publicity stunt? Really?

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