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Paul Bradshaw

Paul Bradshaw

Clubs played for: Blackburn Rovers,Wolverhampton Wanderers,West Bromwich Albion,Bristol Rovers,Newport County & Peterborough United.




Biography: A goalkeeper who played in the Football League between 1974-1991. Best remembered for his time with Wolves when he became their record signing in 1977 for £150000. He made 243 appearances for them between 1977-1983 playing in their 1980 League Cup winning side. He won four caps for England U21s. He finished his playing career with a season at Kettering Town. He then became a security advisor in Wolverhampton before moving to Altrincham where he became a baggage handler at Manchester Airport. However due to a back injury he is now unable to work. He still lives in his hometown of Altrincham.

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Bradshaw, Paul Due to my move to Florida I lost contact with Paul. We were good friends and I would like so much to get in touch with Paul now that I am back in Jersey.

02-02-21Paul Campanini

Bradshaw, Paul I was at the game when Wolves were away to Arsenal at their old Highbury ground - I think it was 1971. Bradshaw was in goal for Wolves (rather than the usual first team goalie Phil Parkes). A penalty was awarded against Wolves, which was taken by Arrsenal's England star Peter Storey - and was saved by Bradshaw! Cheers all round from the Wolves supporters.
16-06-19Peter Bolwell

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