I’m Excited’ – Young star already making good impression following Liverpool exit

I'm Excited' - Young star already making good impression following Liverpool exit
I'm Excited' - Young star already making good impression following Liverpool exit

Liverpool full-back Conor Bradley is defiantly making an impression in pre-season while on loan at Bolton Wanderers.

In a new wing-back position, the Northern Ireland international has already scored and provided many assists as manager Ian Evatt attempts to push for promotion back to the Sky Bet Championship this season.

Bradley has been mentored by Bolton vice-captain Gethin Jones as he adjusts to playing regularly for the first team. The 26-year-old is eager to discover what he has in store now.

The Welshman, who is also qualified to play for Australia, expressed his excitement on what Bradley can offer..

I do communicate to him frequently, and I’m interested to see how he does this season, Jones said.

“I have played every game with Con so far, and we’ve started to get along well.

He has obviously spent time with the first team at Liverpool, making his arrival here ideal given his familiarity with our style of play.”

Even though he has represented his country and played for Liverpool, he is still a young player and is continuously growing.

“The gaffer keeps encouraging me to put my experience to him, defensively.”

We use a 3-5-2 formation, so there may be a slight adjustment to the way he played at Liverpool, particularly defensively, but I believe he is doing really well.

Bradley has played eight times for Ian Baraclough’s Northern Ireland since his debut in May 2021, which is an uncommon circumstance considering how often he played for his club.

Bradley made several strong impressions for Jurgen Klopp’s team during cup tournaments, particularly during the FA Cup Third Round matchup against Shrewsbury when he assisted fellow youngster Kaide Gordon.

He also came on as a substitute in the UEFA Champions League match between the Reds and AC Milan, which the Reds won 2-1.

The 19-year-old’s season will undoubtedly be entertaining, and he may consider battling Calvin Ramsay for the backup right-back position the next year.

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