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Bradley Wright-Phillips is a very pacy forward for Charlton Athletic who can play as a lone striker or alongside a partner up front. Bradley began his career with Manchester City and later spent three seasons with Southampton before moving to Plymouth. His appearances in 2009-10 were restricted by injury but he came into his own in 2010-11 scoring regularly in the first half of the season. Even though he left Home Park in the January transfer window his goals tally was sufficient to see him end the season as Plymouth's leading scorer. Bradley continued to find the net after his move to Charlton and his performances over the campaign earned him a place in the PFA League One team of the season.
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