Inman made his way through Newcastle United’s youth academy. He has played football for over 10 years in England. The midfielder has sported the colours of teams like Crewe Alexandra, Peterborough United, and Rochdale AFC.
In 2019, Inman returned to Australia to continue playing, in the A-League now for Brisbane Roar. During his term, he found the net four times and registered another five assists in 25 games in the 2019-20 season.
Inman arrival strengthens Mumbai City FC attack
Flying back to India after a relatively fruitful spell, the 29-year-old joined ATK Mohun Bagan at the dawn of the 2020-21 campaign. However, during the January window, he was sent to Odisha FC on a brief loan spell.
Finally, at the end of the ISL 2020/21 season, Inman had a short stint with A-League club Western United.
Inman said, “I am pleased to join the defending champions Mumbai City FC. They have a clear goal and ambition about where they see themselves in the immediate, which is to win trophies and be one of the best clubs in Asia.”
He expressed his desire to give one hundred per cent to the club in achieving its targets and set objectives.
Head Coach Sergio Lobera recognizes Inman’s quality. He is positive of the midfielder’s strong play-making skills. Lobera feels that the Australian would bolster their attack given his intensity and energy.
Sergio Lobera and Mumbai City FC will be eager to work with Bradden Inman. They will be looking forward to seeing the kind of impact he has on the pitch.
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