Heartbreaking news has been announced about Conor Bradley this Morning.

Both the Belfast Telegraph and the Irish Examiner have reported the passing of Joe Bradley, who had been battling an illness for 58 years.

His death occurred on Saturday morning at the family home in Tyrone, just three days after he witnessed hundreds of supporters at Anfield singing his son’s name.

Liverpool issued a statement on Saturday evening, stating that the player himself would decide on Bradley’s participation in upcoming matches before they take place.


It remains unclear whether the player was part of the Reds team that traveled to London earlier that day for their match against Arsenal on Sunday.

In response to this tragic news, Bradley will be given all the time he needs, with an outpouring of sympathy and well-wishes from supporters on social media.

Despite a long-term injury sustained during pre-season, the right-back has seen remarkable progress this season, becoming a regular in the first team with nine appearances, including starting the last five consecutive games.

His standout performance against Chelsea on Wednesday, where he scored, showcased his growing importance to the team.

This Is Anfield extends heartfelt condolences to Conor Bradley and his family on their recent loss. They will always have the support of the Liverpool community.

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