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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 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 11 2012

Time: 1:50PM

Your Comments

any compensation???????????
jimsmithswig
any compensation???????????
jimsmithswig
Nice to be in demand!!
eastneydave
Nice to be in demand!!
eastneydave
Can't blame Bradders for the chance to be in charge and gain experience
penton
Can't blame Bradders for the chance to be in charge and gain experience
penton
I think the old manager is going back as an assistant ?
russellm
I think the old manager is going back as an assistant ?
russellm
 

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