According to Liverpoolfc.com, Conor Bradley’s father is dead.
A statement posted on the website reads as follows:
‘Liverpool FC is deeply saddened by the death of Conor Bradley’s father, Joe, today.
‘The thoughts of everybody at the club are with Conor and all of the Bradley family at this very difficult and sad time.
‘On behalf of Conor, LFC strongly urges that the family’s privacy is fully respected at this time.’
This tragedy came ahead of The Merseyside Reds’ match against Arsenal which is expected to take place at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
The Reds have held the top of the Premier League table for some time, and now rules by the power of 51 points following their defeat of Chelsea at Anfield.
Speaking to Liverpool’s website ahead of the match, Trent Alexander-Arnold had these to say about the club’s form:
‘Outstanding! Great games. It’s one of those where you hope that when you’re out that the lads keep the form up and keep up the momentum that I was part of.
‘That’s all you can hope [for] and I think the lads, especially Conor as well, the performances he and the team have put in have been outstanding and kept that momentum up and kept our run going.’
The skipper was pleased about the intensity the club plays with.
‘I think our intensity has definitely gone up. The way we’re pressing and our counter-pressing and the intensity of our whole game and the speed at which we play is almost reminiscent of years ago when we were probably at the peak of our powers as a team.
‘It’s very similar. Different players, different style of football but the intensity is something that always remains and that’s something that’s drilled into us and demanded of us. It’s what we enjoy doing and we see it work, so we buy into it.’See Dollar(USD) to Naira Black Market Exchange Rate Today!