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Rumor Mill Update: Bob Bradley Pops Up Again As A Potential Candidate For Fulham Job

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EAST HARTFORD, CT - MAY 25: Coach Bob Bradley of the United States watches pregame action before a friendly match against the Czech Republic at Rentschler Field on May 25, 2010 in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
EAST HARTFORD, CT - MAY 25: Coach Bob Bradley of the United States watches pregame action before a friendly match against the Czech Republic at Rentschler Field on May 25, 2010 in East Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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Here is the latest speculation regarding the open Fulham manager's job. According to the Sun, United States Head Coach Bob Bradley could be a top candidate for the open position at Fulham. The story mentions that Bradley currently makes £330,000 a year with the United States Team. The story also discusses that Fulham chairman Mohamed Al Fayed could raise his pay to £1m-a-year if he became Fulham manager.  

Now, there is a reason I put this information under the rumor mill category. At this point the story can be labeled as speculation. On July 7th, I had a post that had information from a story in the Telegraph. The story mentioned that Bob Bradley was not considered a candidate for the Fulham job. There are conflicting stories regarding Bradley and that is why they go in the rumor category.      

Fulham fans are just going to have to wait and see how this situation shakes out. Fulham leave for Sweden next week. It is unclear if there will be a new manager in place by then. Ray Lewington will be in charge of the squad until there is a new manager. I will continue to update the speculation surrounding the Fulham manager's job.