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'Future superstar': Some fans wowed by Liverpool 18-year-old's national display, he's an 'RB Robbo'

Liverpool have a “future superstar” in their ranks at Anfield.

This is according to some Northern Ireland fans, who reckon Reds gem Conor Bradley has a bright future ahead of him.

The 18-year-old has come through the ranks at Liverpool and has been described as a potential future Andrew Robertson.

Bradley was part of pre-season training with Liverpool and played a number of summer friendlies, including against Osasuna at Anfield.

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“(Jurgen Klopp) is very pleased with him, don’t worry,” NI boss Ian Baraclough said in August.

“Speaking to the Liverpool management and staff, they’re really happy with how Conor has developed during pre-season as well.”

Bradley has yet to make his senior Liverpool debut, but he has already won three caps for Northern Ireland.

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And last night’s cap was arguably the most significant one as it came in a competitive game.

Bradley came off the bench with 22 minutes to go in the World Cup qualifying draw with Switzerland.

This made him the first Liverpool player to win a competitive NI cap since Elisha Scott 88 years afo.

Bradley did well and got a huge roar from the Windsor Park crowd when he chased down a lost cause and got a block in.

Needless to say, Northern Ireland and Liverpool fans raved about him on Twitter:

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