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Michael Bradley

28-Year-Old Midfielder     Toronto FC  MLS


Birthdate:  July 31, 1987    Birthplace:  Princeton, New Jersey, USA    Nationality:  USA    Height:  6' 2"    
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September 26, 2015    Michael Bradley News

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Bradley took three shots and came away with a goal during Friday's 3-2 win over the Fire.

Bradley now stands with five goals and six assists on the season. Toronto is currently jockeying for playoff position in the Eastern Conference which should keep the midfielder on the field and highly motivated as the regular season comes to an end.

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August 23, 2015

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Bradley was credited with three assists and two failed shot attempts in Saturday's 5-0 defeat of Orlando City.

Bradley has struggled to produce this season but head coach Gregg Vanney tinkered with his formation Saturday which allowed Bradley to play further up the field directly behind Sebastian Giovinco, resulting in Bradley's first multi-assist game since joining TFC two seasons ago.

August 8, 2015

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Bradley (calf) scored Toronto's lone goal during Saturday's 3-1 loss to Sporting Kansas City.

Bradley was considered questionable coming into the game but managed to shake off a calf injury and played the full 90. He also took a team-high three shots, further proving the American should be regarded as one of the elite options at midfield for the remainder of the season.

August 8, 2015

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Bradley (calf) will start in Saturday's game against Sporting Kansas City.

Bradley returns to the field for Toronto for the first time since June 26 since he spent the majority of that time at the Gold Cup but missed two MLS games and the All-Star Game with a calf injury after returning from international duty. There's a chance he won't play the full 90 but he still remains as one of the most lucrative options at midfield across the league.

August 4, 2015

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Bradley (calf) is considered questionable to play in Wednesday's game against Orlando City, John Molinaro of Sportsnet reports.

Bradley already missed the All-Star Game and Saturday's game against the Revolution after picking up a calf injury while playing in the Gold Cup. He's destined for a game-time decision Wednesday, meaning that those who have a vested interest in Bradley will want to prepare secondary plans if he's ruled out only minutes before kickoff.

July 29, 2015

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Bradley is expected to be sidelined for 7-to-10 days because of a calf injury.

Bradley had already been ruled out of Wednesday's All-Star Game, and he will now at least miss Toronto's match against New England on Saturday, as well as next Wednesday's match against Orlando City. Given the quick turnaround, he could also miss their game Aug. 8 against Sporting KC, which means his next shot to play would come Aug. 15 against the Red Bulls.

July 28, 2015

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Bradley will not play in the All-Star Game because of a calf injury, and he is questionable to play Saturday against New England, according to John Molinaro of Sportsnet.

Bradley competed with the US Men's National Team at the Gold Cup and was slated to make his return Saturday. He will undergo a scan to determine the severity of the injury, but there didn't seem to be any issues while he was on international duty.

June 25, 2015

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Bradley scored a goal and assisted on another during Toronto's 3-1 win over Montreal on Wednesday.

Bradley, who returned last weekend after being away on international duty, now has two goals and three assists in his last five starts, a much more productive output than earlier this season. His pass to set up Jozy Altidore's goal will be a popular highlight, and his connection with Sebastian Giovinco, who assisted on Bradley's goal, is spot on right now. Unfortunately for fantasy players, Bradley and Altidore will be leaving for the Gold Cup shortly, which could keep them away from MLS for nearly all of July.