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“Delighted”- League One boss lavishes gives his verdict on Liverpool loanee

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Bolton Wanderers manager Ian Evatt is delighted about having Conor Bradley on loan from Liverpool, according to Liverpool Echo.

• Mohamed Salah says he is excited to play with Darwin Nunez at Liverpool after signing new contract • Liverpool are installing a new hybrid pitch at Anfield ahead of the 2022/23 season • Robbie Fowler says Liverpool signing Darwin Nunez is ‘a bit of a gamble’ With this in mind, fans feel a move to Bolton was the right one for Bradley.



The 40-year-old manager is of the opinion that the Trotters and the Reds have a similar philosophy.



Evatt is pleased to get Bradley on loan and believes the 18-year-old is an exciting player.



After failing to persuade the Merseyside club to let go of the 18-year-old in January, Bolton have got their man as the Northern Ireland youngster is set for a season-long loan in League One.

“The way Liverpool coach their players is the way that I want to coach our players and you can see with his understanding, the intensity of what he does, his work and the speed of what he does his work at is everything that’s engrained in him in Liverpool.” Evatt is looking forward to working with the player because the Northern Irish youngster will be able to integrate into the Bolton managers squad seamlessly.

The Northern Irish star will find game time easier to come by in the League One side.
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