After a fantastic year away from Anfield, the’superb’ Liverpool loanee wins three Player of the Season awards.


Conor Bradley, a Liverpool loanee, had a fantastic season at Bolton Wanderers and was recognized at their awards night yesterday

Bradley won three awards ahead of Bolton’s League One play-off campaign, which begins after their final game on Sunday.

Conor Bradley
Conor Bradley

The’superb’ right-back has had an outstanding season for club and country.

Conor Bradley had five senior appearances for Liverpool before joining the third-tier club at the beginning of last summer.

Away from Anfield, he’s gone from strength to strength, scoring five goals and providing five assists in 40 league games.

Bradley also assisted Bolton in winning the EFL Trophy against Plymouth Argyle at Wembley earlier this month.

Bradley has established himself as Northern Ireland’s first-choice right-back since making his international debut in 2021.

This season, he’s shown he can play as a traditional full-back or as a more advanced wing-back.

Calvin Ramsay joined Liverpool from Aberdeen last summer, but his season has been cut short due to injuries.


Bradley could return to Liverpool from Bolton in the summer and establish himself as a first-team regular.

He couldn’t have done more to convince Jurgen Klopp that he deserves a chance next season.

Bradley, a Liverpool loanee, sweeps the board at the Bolton end-of-season awards.
The 19-year-old defender was named Player of the Season, Player of the Season, and Young Player of the Year.

“It’s been a fantastic year, and one that I’ve really enjoyed,” Bradley said.

“I’m grateful to everyone at the club for their support.”

“Winning these awards is very special and a huge honor.” It feels great to be voted for by your teammates, as they are the ones who see the effort you put in, as well as by the fans.

Without them, nothing would be possible. It’s a huge honor to be a part of Bolton’s history.”

Bradley could return from Bolton and be a valuable asset to Liverpool in the future.


He’s quickly emerging as the club’s most natural replacement for Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Bradley or Ramsay will almost certainly be loaned out again next season.

If he can help Bolton return to the Championship, they will be desperate to have him back.

It may be the natural progression the teenager requires before advancing to the Premier League.

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