Mark Bradley Achieves UEFA B Licence Mark Bradley Achieves UEFA B Licence
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Mark Bradley Achieves UEFA B Licence

Former Walsall midfielder and current Academy Strength and Conditioning coach, Mark Bradley has today achieved the UEFA B coaching license as he underwent his final assessment via the PFA in Solihull.
Bradley, who made over two-hundred appearances during a career which saw him play for the Saddlers and Rotherham United, now forms part of Academy Manager Graham Biggs' coaching set up alongside fellow former Saddlers, George Bowerman and Matty Fryatt.

The UEFA B licence is one level below the UEFA A Licence and allows holders to be head coaches of men's amateur clubs, youths up to age 16, and assistant coaches for professional clubs.

We would like to congratulate Mark and wish him well with his future studies.
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