Michael Bradley, born Michael Sheehan Bradley, is an American soccer player currently playing as a midfielder for Toronto FC in Major League Soccer; he is also on the U.S. national team. He has made quite a few moves since beginning his senior career in 2004 on the MetroStars; he was signed to Heerenveen in the Netherlands in 2006, Borussia Mönchengladbach in Germany in 2008, he went on loan to Aston Villa in Birmingham in 2011, then to Chievo in Verona later that year in 2011, to Roma in 2012, and finally, to Toronto FC in 2014. He was called in 2006 to train with the U.S. World Cup team, and he captained the team for the first time during the 2010 FIFA World Cup in a match against Brazil on August 10, 2010.
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Michael Bradley is as well known for his prowess on the soccer field as he is for his famous father, Bob Bradley, an American soccer coach.
Michael married Amanda Barletta in 2011, who used to play tennis for the University of Rhode Island. They have a child together, a son named Luca. He also speaks fluent Italian, Dutch, German and Spanish. Michael’s father is Michael Bradley, a famous soccer coach.