Bradley soon moved, coaching in Norway, France and England before taking over LAFC for its inaugural MLS season. But the team he left behind finally grabbed that elusive World Cup berth last year, and Salah, who became a national team regular under Bradley, broke the English Premier League scoring record this year while leading Liverpool to the Champions League final. (He sustained a shoulder injury in that game but is expected to play in Russia, where he’ll be supported by Hegazi, Elneny and midfielder Ramadan Sobhi, all of whom also played in the Premier League.)