Throughout the situation surrounding the recent riots in Egypt, former United States coach Bob Bradley has been a visible supporter of the Port Said victims. He marched in solidarity with them, he's remained in Egypt rather than seek a safer locale and now, he's even donated the two months of pay he's earned since taking over as the Egyptian national team coach.
Bradley is reportedly being paid about €30,000 per month to try to lead Egypt back to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 and just the third time in the country's history. He is on a two-year contract. Even more than what he's already done, Bradley has also notably said that he plans on sticking it out despite all the turmoil.