The name Hudson-Odoi brings one player to mind and that’s surely Chelsea’s number 20 shirted player Callum but there’s also another Football star called Bradley Hudson-Odoi.
Bradley Hudson-Odoi is a Ghanaian Professional footballer who played as a striker for several clubs in the English lower leagues.
He was born on the 29th day of November 1988 in the Ghanaian Capital Accra being the the son of former Hearts of Oak midfielder Bismark Odoi and also the elder brother of Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Bradley has not really made the kind of Football impact his junior brother is making today despite playing for about 13 different clubs in his footballing career.
He started his career at the age of 12 when he joined London side Fulham but failed to make a single appearance for the senior team.
In 2008, Bradley got a career saving move to Hereford United where he made 16 appearances but only hit the back of the net thrice for them and only last a season when he was loaned to Grays Athletic in 2009.
Bradley Hudson-Odoi is a football journeyman who went on to play for Histon, Thurrock, Vasas, Metropolitan Police, Wealstone Sutton United Maidstone United, Hampton & Richmond Borough and Working which happens to be his last stint.
In all, Bradley has scored 49 total Career goals in 225 appearances for all the clubs he played for.
Taking a deep look into his Intentional career, Bradley’s only National team involvement came when he made the Ghana U20 squad for the 2007 Toulon Tournament.