Bradford City secure deal for former England Under 21 midfielder Lee Hendrie

17 September 2010 04:14
Bradford City have completed a short-term deal for former England Under 21 international Lee Hendrie. [LNB]The experienced midfielder has been without a club following his release from Derby County at the end of last season but claims to have maintained his fitness levels with a series of arranged matches between family and friends. [LNB]Hendrie, 33, played under current Bantams boss Peter Taylor during his time as a youth international and is hopeful that rekindling the relationship will restart his faltering career.[LNB] City slicker: Lee Hendrie has agreed a short-term deal with Bradford City[LNB]He will wear the No 11 shirt at the Coral Windows Stadium and could his make his debut against Gillingham on Saturday. [LNB]Hendrie started his career with Aston Villa in 1995, and during a 12-year spell was named the club's Young Player of the Year and also won the Intertoto Cup in 2001.[LNB]He left Villa Park in 2007 after spells on loan at Stoke and has since played for Sheffield United, Leicester City, Blackpool and Brighton & Hove Albion. [LNB] West Ham let Frank Nouble go to Swansea in loan dealPreston boss Ferguson hit with three-match ban for Burnley ref rantTwins peak! The brothers Holdsworth set for unique battle of the bossesNew Southampton boss Adkins begins reign with sorry defeat at MK Dons[LNB]  

Source: Daily_Mail