Conor Bradley’s ‘humble’ rise from selfless kid playing in goal to Liverpool superstardom

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By Chris McKenna Conor Bradley showed the finishing prowess he may have learned from his time as a forward with Dungannon Swifts when he fired in his first Liverpool goal on Wednesday. But it was a moment when he went in goal as a kid which stood out for The Swifts’ head of youth development as a show of his character. “The one that sticks out with me when he came down to us as an 11 year old, we had a friendly game organised and we were winning the match quite easily,” said Dixie Robinson. “Conor decided that he would go in as a keeper and let the lad playing in goal get out and play because …

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