Howe praises brilliant Bradbury

15 March 2009 06:33
The former Manchester City striker, now playing as a right-back, rediscovered his striking instincts and netted two second-half strikes to move the Cherries four points ahead of the drop zone. "It was a scrappy game that was never going to be a classic given the conditions but I was delighted with our attitude and commitment and felt that on another day we could have had a couple more goals," said Howe. "I moved Lee Bradbury from right-back to right-midfield at the start of the second half because I wanted Anton Robinson to cover their left-winger Danny Thomas. "But when you move Lee forward you know he can also deliver the goods near goal."

Source: Team_Talk