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Watch Bob Bradley’s Appearance On The Daily Show [VIDEO]

bob bradley Watch Bob Bradleys Appearance On The Daily Show [VIDEO]

Egyptian national team manager Bob Bradley was interviewed by Liverpool supporter and media personality John Oliver on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show last night, to discuss the incredible story of the former USMNT manager’s journey to try to help Egypt qualify for the 2014 World Cup — despite a massacre, the national league shutting down and political turmoil in the country.

Watch the video below:

If you want to watch Egypt, managed by Bob Bradley, take on Ghana in their World Cup qualifier, the match is being shown live on beIN SPORT. But if you don’t have access to beIN SPORT, there’s a new service called DishWorld (reviewed here) where you watch the network live via a desktop, Roku or smartphone for just $10/month. Sign up now for DishWorld.

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