Bob Bradley knew what he was getting into at Toronto FC.
An astute soccer brain with a vested interest in Toronto given son Michael has called it home since 2014, the veteran coach had watched the club closely from afar.
He knew he faced a massive clean-up job taking over last November in the wake of a dismal 6-18-10 season in 2021.
“I have avoided all year being specific about anybody who’s not here any more and I’m not going to change that. But there was a lot to undo around here,” said Bradley Sr.
An influx of talent during the MLS secondary transfer window has bolstered a roster that has gone through a massive overhaul. Some 22 members of last year’s first team have moved on.
The arrival of Italians Lorenzo Insigne, Federico Bernardeschi and Domenico Criscito plus Canadian internationals Mark-Anthony Kaye, Doneil Henry and Richie Laryea — whose acquisition on loan from…