When Bob Bradley was manager of the U.S. team, it seemed there weren't many (if any) incidents of training-ground scuffles between teammates, presumably because the players were terrified of his wolf-like stare haunting their nightmares if they stepped out of line. Bradley's Egyptian squad apparently doesn't have that same fear (yet).
During a training session for team Egypt, Mohamed Zidan and goalkeeper Ahmed El-Shennawy got into an argument that turned into a shoving competition that no one else seemed to concerned with breaking up. We can only assume that Bradley was standing out of frame, searing his disapproval into the players' souls with his eyes.
They will learn.
This has been the Dirty Tackle of the Day: a chronicling of unfortunate events.
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