Conor Bradley revealed that he still pinches himself when he shares the Liverpool dressing room with stars like Mohamed Salah. He mentioned that each time he goes into the gym, the Egyptian superstar is already in the gym working. Bradley attended his first Liverpool game in 2014 when Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard scored in a 4-0 win over Everton.

“I remember walking into the stands at Anfield just taking it all in. My early memory of Liverpool winning was the League Cup against Cardiff in 2012,” Liverpool youngster Conor Bradley said. “We had a meeting and Jurgen named the starting team. I did manage to keep the excitement in check but only just. Andy Robertson was helpful before the match. He told me to play my normal game and Jurgen encouraged me to be brave and don’t always play the safe pass. Even when we play as fullbacks our main job is to create chances and put crosses in the box.”

“Any time I’m with the first team I go to the gym and he’s already in there doing his core work or stretching,” he added about Mo Salah. “It’s just a little thing, but it’s why he’s one of the best in the world. He works so hard. It’s an inspiration for me that if you want to be one of the best you have to train like it and act like it. He trained with like likes of Salah and Virgil van Dijk at 16, a “pretty surreal” experience”

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