Alex Bradley has joined National League side Yeovil Town on a loan deal which will run until January 10th.
The midfielder, who has also been deployed as a right-back, spent much of last season out on loan with Harrogate Town, who he helped towards their Football League promotion. He joins a Glovers side in a very different position, second from bottom of the table, having played more games than the two sides they are level on points with.
Yeovil’s hierarchy are clearly delighted to have secured Alex on a temporary basis, as they explained.
“Firstly, Lincoln were great to deal with and we thank them for allowing us to have Alex for the foreseeable future,” said Yeovil boss Darren Sarll. “Terry and I watched Alex last year for Harrogate and were always impressed and that was backed by the number of our football confidents that recommended Alex to us.
“Alex has a power and energy that is vital to the way we play, he adds real depth to the right side of our defence and midfield and I have been really pleased with his character in the first few days. He’s another player that comes off of a winning experience last season and I am really looking forward to seeing him play for us.”
Alex has appeared three times for the Imps, in the EFL Cup against Crewe and Liverpool, as well as the EFL trophy draw with Scunthorpe United. He has slipped down the pecking order at the Bank, with MA seemingly seeing him as more of a right-back, which puts Robbie Gotts and TJ Eyoma ahead of him for a first-team place.