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Breaking news: disgrace arrives in Liverpool ahead of Arsenal game

By Charles Cornwall

Breaking news: disgrace arrives in Liverpool ahead of Arsenal game

Anfield is already looking forward to the game against the Gunners

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Anfield is already looking forward to the game against the Gunners, as the high level shown during the last few games inspires great confidence in the fans who are already beginning to think about a team that will close the cycle of Jürgen Klopp on Merseyside in a great way. This despite the fact that there is still a long way to go.

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On Saturday, Merseyside woke up to terrible news as the death was reported of Joe Bradley, father of youngster Conor Bradley, who had only recently returned to Liverpool after a successful spell at Bolton last season. So while this is terrible news for everyone at Anfield, it could also bring the team closer together.

It is undoubtedly terrible news and the best wishes go out to Conor Bradley's family and the Reds full-back. But this could be an extra motivation for the team to win the game against Arsenal, as the whole team will want to win to dedicate the victory to both the family and Conor.

Putting football aside for a moment and coming together more as people, as this undoubtedly also brings the team together, as it is at these times that the bonds of friendship are really strengthened and the team is enriched by having great friends on the pitch as well as off the pitch. So if this is a tough blow for the player, it strengthens everyone at Anfield.

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Things came together so that Mr Bradley could see his son's dream come true.

After Conor Bradley's return to Anfield, much was expected of the youngster, as he gave a great display of his potential last season. Bradley's return to Anfield has impressed many, and Bradley's high standards meant that he was able to score his first goal before his father passed away, so ultimately the efforts of his father and his entire family were rewarded before this unfortunate loss. Our sincere condolences to the Reds youngster and his family.


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