We want to bring the trophy…Conor Bradley is fully motivated for the Carabao Cup final

We want to bring the trophy...Conor Bradley is fully motivated for the Carabao Cup final Title

Northern Ireland defender Conor Bradley, who was expected to be a reserve right back this season and was attached to the first team, missed the first half of the season due to injury. 

There were fears that he would follow in the footsteps of Calvin Ramsey, but when he was given a chance earlier this year, he quickly developed into a threat to Trent Alexander-Arnold.He also played in both legs of the semifinals of the Carabao Cup, where he reached the final, and has one hand on his first title of the season.

Liverpool has suffered a string of injuries to key players here, but a concerted effort is required, and the 20-year-old side-back, who is expected to play as outstandingly as ever, seems to be excited about the final stage.

“That’d be really special,”

“If I got to walk out starting with the team, it’d be a moment I’d have for the rest of my life.”

“We’re really looking forward to going there and hopefully bringing the trophy back to Liverpool.”

“That’s what the gaffer keeps saying – it’s a great confidence boost for us going forward for the rest of the season.”

“We’ve done all the hard work getting there, now we just need to put on a good performance on Sunday and get the win.”


Even in the last Premier League match against Luton Town, the team had only just enough players to make the starting lineup and had to bring in a number of youngsters from the bench.

Bobby Clark and James McConnell are gradually getting more playing time, and 18-year-old forward Jayden Danns made his long-awaited debut.

The Carabao Cup Finals will also require a breakthrough from the younger players, but can the players around 20 years old, including Conor Bradley, shine on the big stage…?