Bradley Angry At Wage Demands

Last updated : 20 March 2002 By Jonny Hall
He said, “The PFA need to have a close look at themselves. They’re a very strong union, and you’d think they’d advise their members a bit better.”

Bradley pointed out his discontent with the increasing wage demands of players- “You would have thought they would have started to advise on the overall effect it has when players and agents make high wage demands.”

According to leading football website,, Bradley “admits the club are still repaying the previous regime’s debts and a PFA loan of “under £100,000” taken out in October.”

To save costs, Bradley also revealed (in this exclusive interview with SoccerNet), that the size of the playing squad will be radically cut at the end of the season. The Chairman said, “We’ve got seven players out of contract in the summer and we’re looking at having a smaller squad next season to save costs.”