Former South African international and Bundisliga stalwart Bradley Carnell will be in the technical area in a game that will be ending in about 12 hours from now as the New York Red Bulls take on the the much improved Philadelphia Union, and we will be there. Carnell joioned the team over 3 years ago on March 28 of 2017. Before, he had assisted with the Orlando Pirates in the SA Premier Soccer League and the Free State Starts FC, while was the top dog at University of Johannesbug Men's team.
While in the Bundesliga he had the lions share of his more than 300 pro games, beginning in 1993 with Wits University, most of his time was of course in Germany as he featured for VfB Stuttgart, Kaizer Chiefs, Borussia Monchengladback, Karlsruher SC & FC Hansa Rostock, closing out his career back home with Supersport United.
Bradley had 42 caps from 1997-2010 including a trio of starts in the 2002 World Cup, the highwater mark of his intenational days.
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