The Northern Irish man, Conor Bradley is playing great stuff for Liverpool and starting to get regular football in the Liverpool first team. According to one of his ex-coaches Liverpool encouraged the youngster to play Gaelic in his youth.
That’s thanks to an interview that was carried out by balls.ie, see below for more;
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“Ah ya, Conor first played for Aghyaran in the mid 2008 Conor was born in 2003. So I was there along with a few other coaches and it was evident early on the ability he had ya know. He’d a great enthusiasm and nothing was a bother to Conor he just seemed to (have) boundless energy and you can see that even today that’s why Klopp has taken to him so well. He just loved football, he loved training and he loved trying to get better.”
Conor Bradley made his Premier League debut for Liverpool on Sunday.
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