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Manager signed loanee for Liverpool after latest assist



Manager 'really believes' loanee will play for Liverpool after latest assist

Incredibly, Conor Bradley was the only Liverpool player to win a game over the weekend, with the 19-year-old scoring it with his sixth assist for Bolton.
In many ways, it was a weekend to forget for Liverpool

Not only did the first team suffer a 3-0 humiliation at Brighton, but the women’s side were also beaten 6-0 by Man United. The under-21s also lost 2-1 to Man United and the under-18s were able to draw 2-2 with Everton, while only one of the 16 loan players managed to win.

That was Bradley, who played the full 90 minutes as Bolton recorded a 3-0 win over Portsmouth to keep them in the League One playoffs.

While Owen Beck looked on as an unused substitute, Bradley provided six assists in 32 games – as well as six goals – as he beat Eoin Toal in the second half.

Manager 'really believes' loanee will play for Liverpool after latest assist

Speaking to Bolton News after the match, Bolton manager Ian Evatt admitted that only promotion would give his side the chance to keep the right-back for another season as he “really believes” his future is a fixture. for Liverpool.

“I would be optimistic but I really think he will play for Liverpool and he will play regularly, he is so good,” Evatt said.

“He is constantly developing and improving. “We were hoping we could get another year out of him, but I would completely understand if Liverpool felt the need to keep him with them to play for them.”

Evatt added: “We know we would need a promotion to see him again next season because I think he will at least play in the league.”

Of those already in the Championship, Tyler Morton and Rhys Williams suffered losses on Saturday, the latter in his first appearance in a month.

Manager 'really believes' loanee will play for Liverpool after latest assist

Williams, meanwhile, came off the bench for the final 15 minutes as Blackpool lost 2-0 to Watford.

Further down the football pyramid, Adam Lewis failed to follow up on his first goal for Newport County – and his first senior goal in two years – as the Wales side lost 2-0 to Carlisle.

Jack Bearne was also frustrated when Kidderminster Harriers were knocked out of the FA Trophy in the fourth round as Dorking won 3-2.

Leighton Clarkson also had cup heartache when Aberdeen scored the opening goal but pulled back two second-half Rangers goals as they missed out on a place in the Scottish League Cup final. Conor Bradley (Bolton) – 90 mins v Portsmouth, assist

Tyler Morton (Blackburn) – 90 mins v Rotherham

Leighton Clarkson (Aberdeen) – 74 mins v Rangers

Rhys Williams (Blackpool) – 15 mins v Watford

Adam Lewis (Newport County) – 90 mins vs. Carlisle

Jack Bearne (Kidderminster) – 90 minutes against Dork

Unused: Owen Beck, Vitezslav Jaros, Anderson Arroyo, Jakub Ojrzynski
Injured: Sepp van den Berg, Marcelo Pitaluga, Paul Glatzel, Fidel O’Rourke
Not in action: James Balagizi, Max Woltman

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