I am expecting the speculation of candidates to become the new Fulham manager to really heat up. I have seen many media outlets have Sven Goran Eriksson, Mark Hughes, and Alan Curbishley as potential targets for Fulham. I just saw a couple of names that surprised me and wanted to share. According to the Daily Mail, US World Cup Coach Bob Bradley could be an outside candidate for the open managerial job at Fulham.
The article states that Bradley could be looking for a coaching job in Europe. The story talks about that Bradley could have some advantages if he became the manager. First, the article talks about that Clint Dempsey is already at Fulham and a member of the US World Cup team. The story then discusses the potential of possibly bringing members of the U.S. World Cup team to Craven Cottage that could include his son Michael Bradley.
As I mentioned from the beginning, the Daily Mail article sees Bradley as an outside candidate. The Daily Mail article states that Sven Goran Eriksson is the leading contender for the position. This speculation for the Fulham job should be interesting to follow.
I also saw a different article that mentioned another possible candidate. The Daily and Sunday Express had an article that ex West Ham coach Gianfranco Zola could be a top contender for the Fulham job. This is another new name linked to the Fulham manager's position.
I am sure very soon there could be more names added to the list. I will be following Fulham's pursuit for a new manager very closely. When I have any new information on this story I will have an update.