Eoin Bradley will be included in the Derry squad for 2015, it has been confirmed.
Bradley will be available for selection at the beginning of the 2015 Allianz National League but according to Derry manager Brian McIver he will not feature in the up and coming Dr. McKenna Cup.
After weeks and days of speculation surrounding Bradley’s return, McIver issued a statement to the media on Tuesday.
“Eoin is currently in full training with Derry and will be available for selection from the start of the Allianz National League,” said McIver.
Bradley did not feature for Derry at all in 2014.
The 30 year-old corner-forward embarked upon a career in local soccer and since 2013 he has played and scored for Ballymoney United, Coleraine and Glenavon in the Irish League.
The Glenullin born footballer was widely regarded as one of the county’s most talented footballers.
Eoin is the younger brother of former All-Star and Derry player, Paddy Bradley and his father, Liam Bradley, is the current manager of Antrim.