Keith Bradley (footballer)

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Keith Bradley (born (1946-01-31)31 January 1946 in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire) is a former English footballer who is best known for the time he spent with Aston Villa F.C.. He joined Everton F.C. as a youth player at the age of 16. After being spotted and approached by Joe Mercer, he signed a professional contract at the age of 18 and spent ten years at the villa reaching the league cup final and playing at Wembly in the 1971–72 season. After leaving Aston Villa, he enjoyed four years playing for the posh until retiring from playing; he then coached the Birmingham city youth team under manager Ron Saunders, leaving in 1986. He has owned and run his successful restaurant bagers in mojacar Spain since 1987, where he continues to this day.

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