David Bradford
918-237-0921 * thebradfords10@hotmail.com
David Bradford is a retired professional midfielder from England with many years of professional and coaching experience at all levels.  
Playing Career:
In 1968, Bradford began his career as a fifteen year old apprentice with Blackburn Rovers. In 1971, he moved up to the first team. In 1974, they sent him to Sheffield United. In 1978, he joined the Detroit Express of the North American Soccer League (see photo to right #10). He returned to England at the end of the NASL seasons and played for Coventry City in 1978-1979 before returning to the Detroit Express in 1979. In 1981, he signed with the Washington Diplomats, then played the 1982 season with the Tulsa Roughnecks in the NASL. Bradford played for the Baltimore Blast in the Major Indoor Soccer League in 1982-1983. In 1983, he played for the Seattle Sounders. The team folded at the end of the season and Bradford returned to the Roughnecks for the last season of the NASL.
Coach Bradford also holds an English FA Coaching Badge and is currently coaching at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa so he is well connected among the collegiate coaching circles. 
Coach Bradford has tremendous passion for the game and has a unique ability to connect with his players at the older ages.  His passion, experience, style and connections make him the perfect fit for coaching high school age players so they are prepared for the next level.  
TSC Hurricane is extremely excited to have him return to our staff.