Let the courtship begin! Bradley officially gets the ax at Egypt so naturally we should expect TFC to throw caution and stability to the wind in favour of chasing this proven winner. In all honesty, Bradley has proven that he knows what he is doing as a coach, and TFC would be lucky to have him. The only question I have is are we really ready to see another complete overhaul of the roster to allow Bradley to get the players he wants instead of being stuck with the remnants of the old regime?
In this case, I would say a tentative "yes." The man knows what he is doing, and would likely find success with the limited pieces available right now. Given that Bradley is a known quantity, one could also understandably have more faith in his plan for the future than anything TFC has right now. Add to the mix that, as a proven coach, he would likely be a solid bargaining chip in the efforts to bring DP calibre talent to TFC, and you've got a few convincing arguments for hiring the man. That is, of course, if he could ever be convinced to work at TFC.
I've been a firm advocate for keeping Nelsen in place for the 2014 season at least, but this is one scenario where I could find myself supporting another regime change.