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Former City Player Takes Charge At Dean Court

Former Manchester City striker, Lee Bradbury has taken temporary charge at League One outfit, AFC Bournemouth.

The 35-year-old had been applying his trade at Dean Court since his left Southend United in 2007 but with previous Cherries boss Eddie Howe upping sticks for Championship side Burnley at the weekend Bournemouth Chairman Eddie Mitchell has decided to let Lee and long serving AFCB servant, Steve Fletcher take the reigns until a successor can be found.

Bradbury didn't exactly set the world on fire during his 12-month stint at City, (1997 - 98) nevertheless, we at Vital Manchester City wish him and Super Fletch all the best.

Further details can be found at Vital Bournemouth.








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Date:Sunday January 16 2011

Time: 6:03PM

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I also hope that the two can keep the Fruits near the top and fighting hard for promotion. Be a pity to see the wheels come off at this moment in time. Though they know the players and set-up and could with luck take over without much changing.
SFC Forever
I hope Lee Bradbury does well and gets the job on a permanent basis.
Buzz Lightyear
In comparision to Crocky Santa Cruz, a City legend.
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