Conor Bradley, a gem waiting to shine at Liverpool
- Conor Bradley is a talented youngster for Liverpool.
- Moved to play with Bolton Wanderers last year.
- Come back and wait for another opportunity.
In the past season Conor Bradley, a future right-back for the Northern Ireland national team of Liverpool. Giant club in the English Premier League, move to play with Bolton Wanderers. in the Championship on a loan contract. one And now there’s only time left. He will be born in the first team of the “Reds”.
A 20-year-old international with 13 caps for Northern Ireland, Bradley played 53 games for Bolton in all competitions, scoring seven goals. Before returning to Anfield in the summer. past Unfortunately, he has injury problems. and still not fully fit
Bolton ‘s Northern Ireland striker Dion Charles , who played with Bradley, said: “Conor is an incredible player. He can progress as far as he wants. This kid has everything. He is smart and a good player.”
“The most important thing about his mentality is he wants to learn He wants to get better. When he gets fit again It will be equally interesting to see. When he will play fully for Liverpool’s first team.”
Bradley joined Liverpool from Dungannon Swifts in his home league in September 2019 and has had to fight his way into the first team. By the past He made five appearances for Jurgen Klopp ‘s team before moving to Bolton on loan.
Throughout his 1 year with Bolton, Bradley did excellent job helping the team win the championship.
EFL Trophy Also known as the Papa John’s Trophy, it was successfully won. and also receive the award for best rising star Including the club’s best player of the season.
Klopp has described Bradley as talented enough regular starter for Liverpool this season. But his progress has been limited by a back injury. Which is a great shame for him..
Meanwhile, Charles is confident that Bradley is a good choice for Liverpool when looking for someone to share Trent Alexander-Arnold ‘s burden. The real right-back is because the 20-year-old star has a playing style very similar to the vice-captain of the “Reds” team.
Charles, who is currently preparing for the Northern Ireland national team. To play in the two Euro 2024 qualifying games against Finland and Denmark, he said: “Conor is with Trent Alexander-Arnold every day and learning a lot, so it will do him well. Definitely will happen in the future.”