Los Angeles FC announced the departure of coach Bob Bradley on Thursday evening. The American technician (63) had been in office since 2018. First and until then only coach of Los Angeles FC since joining MLS in 2018, Bob Bradley will not go on to a fifth season at the head of the California franchise, not qualified for the play-offs after finishing ninth in the Eastern Conference. His departure, decided by mutual agreement was formalized Thursday evening. The American technician (63), who had previously been coach of the United States and Egypt, or coach of Le Havre (L2, 2015-2016), will not have managed to lead the LAFC to the title in the League North American. But he leaves all the same with the feeling of duty accomplished. Voted best MLS coach in 2019, the year his team won the Supporters’ Shield, which rewards the player with the most points in the regular season, he also led LAFC to the Concacaf Champions League final in 2020. The name of his successor has not yet been announced.