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United sign Bradley
September 06, 2021

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United sign Bradley

Ayr United have today completed the signing of Steven Bradley on loan from Hibernian until the end of the season. 

 

The 19 year old forward, who has just signed a new deal with Hibs until 2024, has impressed at Easter Road and featured four times in the first team. His debut was in December in a Premiership game against Hamilton. 

 

Manager David Hopkin said "We are delighted to be able to get Steven in, we tried earlier in the window however at that time Jack Ross was keen to hold onto him. He has been involved in their first team set up for some time now and has been showing up extremely well. Steven is an exciting player who will excite the fans and after the issues we have had with Covid we needed to strengthen the squad."

 

Steven goes straight into the squad for tomorrow nights match at Somerset with Raith.