I am sorry; Bradley apologises to Egyptians
Egypt Coach Bob Bradley is apologizing to Egyptians for the humiliation his team suffered in the hands of the Black Stars of Ghana in the first leg World Cup playoff played at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.
In what may just be described as a Tuesday afternoon stroll on the park, the Stars tore the Egyptians to shreds rattling in six goals and conceded just one.
The consolation came from a penalty in the first half.
Bradley in a post match press conference said he takes complete responsibility for the humiliation.
“I am sorry,” a visibly distraught coach told the press.
He said his strategy was to find an antidote to the striking partnership between Gyan and Warris but it appeared the two combined to thwart the effort made.
It is the second defeat Bradley has suffered in the hands of Ghana. The first was in 2010 when a stupendous Asamoah Gyan extra time goal ended the US dream of qualifying into the Quarter Finals of the 2010 World Cup.
Bradley told the media the Egyptian dream of going to the World Cup has been dealt a big blow. Whilst conceding it would be a difficult task to qualify now, he said the team will give it their best shot on the return leg.
He hinted he might resign if the team fails to make it to Brazil.