from www.greensboro.com/Rockingham County Now and Jim Sands:
MAYODAN —Former McMichael head football coach Daniel Bradford, 32, recently announced he is stepping down from the position to rejoin the staff at Northeast Guilford under head coach Earl Bates. The pair coached together at Morehead, Southern Guilford and Northeast Guilford prior to Bradford taking the McMichael job in 2018. The Phoenix posted a 1-21 record in his two years at the helm.
Bradford cited a number of reasons why he made the tough decision to step away from the post.
“It’s a different opportunity and a different career path for me as far as getting into the actual building. I will be assisting coach Bates again. As you know, me and coach had worked together for a long time and this is an opportunity to get back with him and kind of finish what we started at Northeast together. So I’m stepping away right now and potentially going back to get my masters and at the same time, being in a different role as a graduation coach at Northeast,” Bradford said.
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