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Short lived!

The return to Pompey that Lee Bradbury made recently has proven to be a very short lived one!

Bradbury, sacked by Bournemouth earlier in the year, returned to Fratton in a coaching capacity a few weeks back when he joined up with the club as a coach at youth level.

On Wednesday night the former Pompey striker, who had two spells as a player with the club too, was confirmed as the new manager of Havant & Waterlooville.

It would have been nice to see what job he could have done in the long-term with the youngsters at Pompey but I do not think that many of us would begrudge him the chance to return to management in his own right and all will wish Bradders well in his new job.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Thursday October 11 2012
Time: 1:50PM

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any compensation???????????
jimsmithswig
11/10/2012 14:13:00
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any compensation???????????
jimsmithswig
11/10/2012 14:13:00
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Nice to be in demand!!
eastneydave
11/10/2012 16:35:00
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Nice to be in demand!!
eastneydave
11/10/2012 16:35:00
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Can't blame Bradders for the chance to be in charge and gain experience
penton
12/10/2012 18:42:00
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Can't blame Bradders for the chance to be in charge and gain experience
penton
12/10/2012 18:42:00
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I think the old manager is going back as an assistant ?
russellm
12/10/2012 19:55:00
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I think the old manager is going back as an assistant ?
russellm
12/10/2012 19:55:00
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