Bradley Wright-Phillips takes front-office role with New York Red Bulls | MLSSoccer.com

Bradley Wright-Phillips has signed a one-day contract with the New York Red Bulls and stepped into a new role with the club as special assistant to the sporting director, the club announced Friday.
The MLS all-time great, 36, retired earlier this week as the sixth all-time leading scorer in league
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