Bradley Scott Jones is an Australian football goalkeeper who plays for Liverpool. He started his career at the Middlesbrough from the season 2001-09. Having played with Middlesbrough, he initially played on loan spell at Shelbourne F.C, Stockport, Rotherham United, Blackpool and Sheffield Wednesday. In the season 2008-09, Jones picked up an injury and missed the several games in the second season, he then moved to the Liverpool in a deal worth £2,300,000 in August 2010. Thereafter he signed with Derby County on loan in the following year and quickly returned to Liverpool in April 2012. Furthermore, Bradley Scott received his first senior international call up to played at the Australia national team, the Under-20 and the Under-23 levels.
Mignolet has been dropped indefinitely, says Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers
Liverpool’s Brad Jones, who had replaced Belgium keeper Simon Mignolet as the team’s No. 1 goalkeeper, will retain his place in the upcoming matches including Liverpool’s Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, confirms Brendan Rodgers.
Anzhi vs Liverpool: Cole’s birthday doesn’t bring much joy for the Reds
Liverpool suffered a shock 1-0 loss to Russian outfit Anzhi Makhachkala as Lacina Traore spurred his team to victory at the Lokomotiv Stadium. Traore’s impressive individual finish came in stoppage time at the end of the first half. Liverpool have lost just three of their last 23 Europa League matches. The goal … Continue reading →