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Bradley, USSF meet

Latest update on the Bob Bradley Will-He-Stay-Or-Will-He-Go saga...the US coach, whose contract expires in December, met on Thursday with US Soccer president Sunil Gulati and they had "productive'' discussions, according to a USSF spokesperson. No announcement yet.

Bradley makes roughly $600,000 per year, plus bonuses. He has been linked to openings at Aston Villa in England, but no word on that front, either.

Bradley has said he'd like to coach overseas, but  that he'd also be happy returning for another four years with US team. Juergen Klinsmann's name always pops up when US Soccer is hiring.

Thoughts? You want Bradley back? Klinsmann? Someone else?

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