By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
He most recently served as the LAFC head coach. He served in that role for four seasons.
The 63-year-old is the 12th head coach in team history. He also joins a team, who has his son Michael on the roster.
“We are excited for Bob to get to work,” said Toronto FC President Bill Manning. “We are entering an extremely important offseason and know we have a team that needs a significant makeover. Bob has experience putting teams together and in getting them to perform at a high-level. He understands the expectations and standards of TFC and is ready to take on this challenge.”
Bradley has been a head coach at the MLS and world level since 1997. This will be his fifth MLS team that he has led.
Besides LAFC, he has also coached the Chicago Fire, MetroStars (now the New York Red Bulls), and Chivas USA. This will be the first time that he has led an MLS team from Canada.
As a head coach, he is 340-149-221 in 710 matches. He has a 47% win percentage.
“I want to thank Bill Manning and the board at MLSE for trusting me with this project,” Bradley said. “I have seen firsthand the passion that Toronto has for football and the way the club has connected with the city. I look forward to putting a team on the field that will make our fans and supporters proud.”