Pompey Academy: Getting to know... Harvey Bradbury

Harvey Bradbury in action against Manchester City in the FA Youth Cup last season. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (151959-08)

Harvey Bradbury in action against Manchester City in the FA Youth Cup last season. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (151959-08)

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Every week in the Sports Mail we are quizzing one of Pompey’s young hopefuls and now it’s the turn of Harvey Bradbury...

Nickname: Bradders

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber

Position: Centre-forward

Time at Pompey: Three years

Previous clubs: Gosport Falcons

Who are your footballing 
heroes?

Thierry Henry and Zlatan Ibrahimovic

What has been your most memorable moment in football to date?

Scoring against 
Manchester City in the FA Youth Cup

What is your best attribute as a player?

Scoring goals and pace

What is your best piece of advice?

Never give up because it’s never too late

Who is your favourite Pompey player?

Noel Hunt

Are you good at any other sports?

Tennis and angling

Are there any other sportsmen or women in your family?

My dad (Lee Bradbury, former Pompey, Manchester City and AFC Bournemouth striker and current boss of the Hawks)

What are your hobbies outside of football?

Playing Pro Clubs on the PS4 with Kyle McDowell (if anyone wants a game, give me a shout!)

Do you have any phobias or superstitions?

I always step on to the pitch with my left foot first

If you weren’t a footballer, what would you be?

Comedian

Which three celebrities would you invite to dinner?

Cristiano Ronaldo, Jim Carrey and Justin Bieber, inset

And what would you feed them?

Chicken korma

What are you glued to on the box at the moment?

Little Britain and The Inbetweeners

What’s playing on your iPod?

Justin Bieber – Life Is Worth Living; R Kelly – The World’s Greatest

Where do you see yourself in five years?

Playing in the first team

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