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Stephen Bradley (footballer)

Personal information
Full nameStephen Bradley
Date of birth19 November 1984(age 31)
Place of birthDublin, Ireland
Height1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing positionMidfielder
Club information
Current clubSt. Patrick's Athletic

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Stephen Bradley (born 19 November 1984, Dublin) is an Irish football midfielder who currently plays for St. Patrick's Athletic in the League of Ireland.

Bradley represented Republic of Ireland national football team at U14, U15, U16 and U21 levels. Played schoolboy football with Jobstown, Maryland Boys and Lourdes Celtic before joining Arsenal where he became reserve team skipper. Also had a three month spell at Dunfermline Athletic. Joined Drogheda United in March 2005 and his passing ability was greatly appreciated by fans of the Louth club. Struggled to hold down a first team spot during their title-winning season of 2007 and was snapped up by Scottish side Falkirk F.C..

Bradley only played 4 games (including sub appearances) at Falkirk.

He was signed by Michael O'Neill for Shamrock Rovers on 16 January 2009, where he picked up a league winner's medal in 2010..

St. Patrick's Athletic manager Pete Mahon signed him on 5 January 2011. Bradley scored his first goal for Pats in a friendly against Longford Town with a superb free-kick into the top corner . He was given the captains armband by manager Pete Mahon after captain Conor Kenna picked up a long term injury. Bradley scored his first competitive goal for the club in the Dublin derby against Bohemians from the penalty spot on Monday 22nd of August 2011 . He scored another penalty four days later in a 3-0 win away to first division Waterford United in the FAI Cup. He increased his goal tally to three goals in 4 games with yet another penalty against Galway United in a 6-1 win for The Saints. He scored yet another penalty in his next game, a 3-0 win over Bray Wanderers at the Carlisle Grounds.

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