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SBD Global/October 17, 2012/International Football
Egypt's Football Association Postpones Resumption Of Season Indefinitely
Published October 17, 2012
STAYING THE COURSE: In Cairo, Ahmed Abd El Rasoul reported that despite Monday’s decision to postpone the start of the Egyptian Premier League season, Egypt Coach Bob Bradley is "sticking with his mission to prepare the Pharaohs." Bradley said, “Despite the recent difficulties, I am sticking with my job, especially as the players are committed and enthusiastic, and they really are getting better. If the Egyptian league doesn't return, it will not be good for us, but I have other solutions for that problem" (AHRAM.org.eg, 10/15).