Bradley Hudson-Odoi is a former Ghanaian footballer who last played for National League South side, Woking. More, he played as a Striker. However, he also had a mastery as a Right Winger. Additionally, Hudson-Odoi was a professional-level footballer who went through many shifts.
Bradley, the Ghanaian footballer, last played for the club, Working in 2019, after which the player retired. Similarly, Bradley was a right-footed player who played for multiple clubs in his career years, and yet the footballer is widely known for his fantastic playing skills and techniques that amazed many of his fans.
The former pro-level footballer, Bradley Hudson-Odoi, made a whopping sum of money playing for the clubs and national teams. So, the rough calculation of his net worth is estimated to be more than a million dollars; however, the exact details of the value of his assets remain a mysterious topic for now.
Similalry, the footballer spent about two decades of his career in the vocational where he also played for more than ten clubs so, we can say that he gathered much money and fame simultaneously being a football player. As of the last update, the market value of Bradley was €75 thousand, which was also one of his highest market values.
The famous footballer, Bradley Hudson-Odoi, must be a married man. Unfortunately, he has never shared the facts regarding his wife and married life, so the information about his lovelife is still barred from us.
Likewise, none of the social media sources have talked about Bradley's wife and family, so we have no clue if he is married or if it's just an assumption of his fans. As the data about Hudson-Odoi's married life varies from one source to another, we are also in a dilemma to discuss such a sensitive topic without concerning the truth.
However, all the missing sessions will be fulfilled as soon as the player exposes his private data on the web sources.
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As we mentioned earlier, Hudson-Odoi is one of the famous Ghanaian football players who played for more than ten clubs. So, beginning his career in 2009, Bradley played for Fulham. After a year of his youth career, he was promoted to the senior team and made his professional career debut playing for the club Fulham.
In a manner, he was introduced to the football vocation at 12; after joining the club, Hereford United, he moved to the Grays Athletic on loan in 2009, and following the year, he signed a contract with Histon and was again loaned to Hereford United.
One after another, Bradley got the opportunity to play for several clubs, including Thurrock, Metropolitan Police, and many more. In 2015, he joined Metropolitan Police on trial before signing a contract in January 2014. Additionally, he spent the 2016/ 17 season in Sutton. Likewise, in 2018, he signed a contract with Hampton & Richmond Borough.
The same year, he was again moved to Wealdstone and soon reunited with former manager Alan Dowson at fellow National League South side, Woking. Along with his club career, he was also part of the Ghana U20 squad for the 2007 Toulon Tournament.
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Bradley Hudson-Odoi was born November 29, 1988, in his birthplace, Accra, Ghana. Likewise, he holds dual nationality of Ghanian and English.
Further, he is the son of former Hearts of Oak midfielder Bismark Odoi. Coming from a sports family, he is the older brother of Callum Hudson-Odoi who is also a forwarder of the club Chelsea.