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*EXCLUSIVE* Leave Your Questions For Lee Bradbury

Lee Bradbury played for Manchester City FC back in the last 90's and the 6'0 striker has kindly agreed to take part in a Question & Answer session with Vital Man City.

Lee (34) who currently applies his trade at newly promoted League One side AFC Bournemouth began his career at Portsmouth. Since his Pompey debut in 1995 then subsequent £3million move to Maine Road two years later the former Army recruit has been fortunate to apply his trade up and down the country.

Playing Career

1995 - 1997: Portsmouth
1995: Exeter City (loan)
1997 - 1998: Manchester City
1998 - 1999: Crystal Palace
1999: Birmingham City (loan)
1999 - 2004: Portsmouth
2002 - 2003: Sheffield Wednesday (loan)
2003 - 2004: Derby County (loan)
2004: Walsall
2004 - 2006: Oxford United
2006 - 2007: Southend United
2007 - Current: Bournemouth

If you want to ask Lee a question please feel free to do so in the comments section directly below this article, or by visiting our forum thread via the 100% City Chat message board.

Within the next couple of days the editorial team at Vital Manchester City will choose approximately 10 fans questions and then fire them off to Lee. Hopefully his answers will be published early next week.

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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 12 2010

Time: 3:46PM

Your Comments

Hello Lee, your 14 months with us have been generally accepted to have been a time of disappointment yet you scored 10 goals in 34 league appearances for us and seemed to be getting into solid form before Joe Royle sold you to Crystal Palace. Do you have a highlight of your time at Maine Road?
Johnny Baguette
Lee Bradbury? Now that's a blast from the past! OK Lee, Do you feel you got a fair crack at Man City, or do you feel you were moved on too quickly?
fifthcolumnblue
 

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