Watch the ‘We Must Go’ Featurette About Bob Bradley’s 2014 World Cup Quest For Egypt [VIDEO]

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Watch the trailer for “We Must Go,” the documentary about Bob Bradley’s quest to qualify Egypt for the 2014 World Cup.

The film is currently in production, and will continue as they follow Bradley and Egypt to see if they qualify for the next World Cup. At the recent Kicking And Screaming film festival in New York City, the filmmakers showed the above featurette, where it was well received.

What do you think? Would you be interested in watching the film when it’s released? If so, sign up for the We Must Go mailing list at http://wemustgomovie.com/


8 thoughts on “Watch the ‘We Must Go’ Featurette About Bob Bradley’s 2014 World Cup Quest For Egypt [VIDEO]”

  1. Bob Bradley should be ashamed of himself for taking a managerial
    position from a nation that is hostile to his own country. Anyone
    forget 9/11? Would Herb Brooks have coached the Soviet Mens
    National Ice Hockey Team or Bob Knight the Iranian Mens National
    Basketball Program. Bradley can f#ck off and sell sight seeing
    tours of the Sphynx for all we care.

    1. You lost any credibility with “Anyone forget 9-11
      ?”…………………..What does 9-11 have to do with Egypt ? You
      really have NO, zero, zilch, idea what you are talking
      about……………………Wouldn’t coaching Iran (Shia), be the
      exact opposite of coaching Egypt (Sunni) ? What am I asking you
      for, you have NO, zero, zilch idea what you are talking about……

  2. Bob Bradley should be ashamed of himself for taking a managerial
    position from a nation that is hostile to his own country. Anyone
    forget 9/11? Would Herb Brooks have coached the Soviet Mens
    National Ice Hockey Team or Bob Knight the Iranian Mens National
    Basketball Program. Bradley can f#ck off and sell sight seeing
    tours of the Sphynx for all we care.

    1. You lost any credibility with “Anyone forget 9-11
      ?”…………………..What does 9-11 have to do with Egypt ? You
      really have NO, zero, zilch, idea what you are talking
      about……………………Wouldn’t coaching Iran (Shia), be the
      exact opposite of coaching Egypt (Sunni) ? What am I asking you
      for, you have NO, zero, zilch idea what you are talking about……

  3. In response to Ray Hudson: I respect that you have your opinion
    about Coach Bradley. One may not like the politics of a country:
    many don’t care for my American way of life; Egyptian politics are
    incomprehensible to me, right now. I certainly don’t like the way
    woman are treated in the Middle East, by & large. But this is
    football. Russia wants Capello, Bradley is in Egypt. The only place
    I know of right now who has its own countryman as coach is England.
    Maybe France, as well but I can’t remember. Hell, should we have
    tossed Klinsmann because of WW II? This is football. It’s supposed
    to be more of a unifying force than divisive. I don’t kid myself
    that FIFA is perfect, that there is racism, etc. However, in this
    world of wars and border control, economic highs & lows,
    environmental concerns, and all the other crap that goes on, I look
    to football for a bit of relief. 2014 cannot come soon enough! So
    Bradley went to Egypt; he’s got heck of a job with a lot of
    team-building to do under harsh circumstances. He’s out to prove
    it. He’s a good manager, not the near-traitor you have made him out
    to be.

  4. In response to Ray Hudson: I respect that you have your opinion
    about Coach Bradley. One may not like the politics of a country:
    many don’t care for my American way of life; Egyptian politics are
    incomprehensible to me, right now. I certainly don’t like the way
    woman are treated in the Middle East, by & large. But this is
    football. Russia wants Capello, Bradley is in Egypt. The only place
    I know of right now who has its own countryman as coach is England.
    Maybe France, as well but I can’t remember. Hell, should we have
    tossed Klinsmann because of WW II? This is football. It’s supposed
    to be more of a unifying force than divisive. I don’t kid myself
    that FIFA is perfect, that there is racism, etc. However, in this
    world of wars and border control, economic highs & lows,
    environmental concerns, and all the other crap that goes on, I look
    to football for a bit of relief. 2014 cannot come soon enough! So
    Bradley went to Egypt; he’s got heck of a job with a lot of
    team-building to do under harsh circumstances. He’s out to prove
    it. He’s a good manager, not the near-traitor you have made him out
    to be.

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