Havant & Waterlooville boss still waiting to hear from Hartlepool 

Lee Bradbury. Picture: Chris Moorhouse
Lee Bradbury. Picture: Chris Moorhouse
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LEE BRADBURY has admitted he’s still to hear back from Hartlepool after being interviewed for their vacant managerial position. 

The Hawks boss travelled to the north east last week, having been granted permission to hold talks with the Pools. 

Bradbury has expressed ambitions to further his career after leading the Westleigh Park side into their first National League campaign.

But the former Pompey striker – who is one of the favourites in the betting to land the Victoria Park role – is yet to find out if he’s been successful.

He said: ‘I still haven’t heard anything since the interview.’

Bradbury, therefore, is set to be in the Hawks’ dugout for their Hampshire Senior Cup third-round trip to Andover New Street tomorrow night (7.45pm).

And he’s expected to make wholesale changes from Saturday’s 2-1 National League victory over Braintree Town. 

The likes of Aaron Cosgrave, Josh Huggins and Theo Lewis all could start against the Wessex League premier division basement
side. 

With the busy festive period approaching, Bradbury sees the game as an ideal opportunity for those on the periphery of his line up to get crucial minutes under their belt. 

The manager added: ‘Everyone who hasn’t played recently will be involved at Andover.

‘It's come at a good time for us, to be fair.

‘We have a lot of games coming up before and during the Christmas period.

‘It’ll keep these lads ready, fully fit and ready to go for those games should I need to make changes.’