OTL: Bob Bradley, Egypt and soccer in the storm
CAIRO -- It takes five seconds. By the time he opens the passenger door, swings out his legs and stands up, the kids swarm. Some are as young as grade schoolers, others are teenagers. One boy wears a blue NAPA auto parts hat. Another a black Superman T-shirt. All the girls have their heads wrapped in colorful scarves.
The kids are likely here at the famed Pyramids of Giza on a school field trip. But on this sun-filled morning, the main attraction isn't the Sphinx or the Great Pyramid. Instead, it's a determined-looking American, a bald man wearing dark blue jeans and a plain gray T-shirt with beads of sweat soaking through the fabric. It's Bob Bradley.