By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Los Angeles FC, also known as LAFC, is looking for their second head coach in team history. The team parted ways with its former head coach on Thursday.
Bob Bradley parted ways with the team. This season, the team finished ninth in the Western Conference.
“It’s been incredible to have played a part in the early history of LAFC,” Bradley said in a statement. “From the beginning, there was a real commitment to connecting to the city and the fans and we shared some amazing experiences.”
The 63-year-old guided LAFC to a 12-13-9 record for 45 points. They were three points outside of Real Salt Lake, who made the playoffs on a tiebreaker over the LA Galaxy with 48 points.
Bradley’s last game with the team was on November 7th in a 5-2 loss to the Colorado Rapids at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. His last win as the LAFC head coach came in a 3-0 win over the Seattle Sounders at Banc of California Stadium on October 26th.
He was 58-34-32 during his tenure with the team.
“Bob has been fantastic as the first and only head coach for this Club,” LAFC Co-President and General Manager John Thorrington said in a statement. “He provided strong leadership and has been a great ambassador for LAFC. Bob helped us develop a winning culture and established a legacy that will always be a part of LAFC’s history.”