Michael Bradley

Michael Bradley
Michael Bradley
Michael Bradley
Toronto FC
Real Name: Michael Bradley
HT: 6' 2" WT: 179
Age: 28 (07/31/1987)
Birthplace: Princeton, NJ

How Acquired: Transferred from Roma and signed as a Designated Player on January 13, 2014

2014: Made his Toronto FC debut in central midfield in a 2-1 win at Seattle on March 15.

2006-13: Sold to Dutch Eredivisie club Heerenveen in January 2006 … Made more than 50 appearances during his time at Heerenveen, including scoring 21 combined goals in his final season before signing for German Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach in January 2008 … Bradley spent three seasons with the German club, where he made 76 combined appearances and scored 10 goals … He went on a brief loan spell to Aston Villa in January 2011, where he made three appearances … Bradley signed with Italian Serie A club Chievo Verona in August 2011 and went on to make 35 appearances for the club, scoring one goal … He joined Roma from Chievo in July 2012 and became a regular contributor in Roma's sixth-place Serie A campaign in 2012-13.

2004-05: Selected by the MetroStars with the 36th selection of the 2004 SuperDraft at the age of 16 … Became regular for the MetroStars in 2005, making 30 appearances and scoring the game-winning goal on the final day of the regular season to lift his club to a playoff berth.

International: United States international (83 caps, 12 goals) … Made his debut for the US on May 26, 2006, as a substitute in a friendly against Venezuela … Scored late goal, his first international strike, to give US a 1-0 victory over Switzerland on Oct. 17, 2007 … Scored both goals in World Cup qualifying win over Mexico by 2-0 score on Feb. 11, 2009 … Represented the US at two CONCACAF Gold Cup tournaments, including the 2007 championship and a second-place performance in 2011; the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, where the US finished as runners-up to Brazil; and the 2010 FIFA World Cup, where he scored a dramatic tying goal in the 2-2 draw against Slovenia and helped the US reach the Round of 16.

Personal: Father, Bob Bradley, has coached Princeton University, the Chicago Fire, the MetroStars, Chivas USA, the United States, Egypt and Norwegian club Stabaek.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Toronto FC2525522506571722030
2014Toronto FC2525221984521226060
Career Totals-8080870761412634970180
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