Bradbury Back

Last updated : 22 March 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Having suffered a severe migraine on the eve of the Leeds United game, Lee Bradbury is on the verge of making a first team return. Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Bradbury is quoted as saying: "It was a scary time. I had a migraine on the Thursday before the Leeds game and couldn't train. I couldn't sleep or drive and my vision had gone. The doctor gave me some tablets and I felt better on the Friday so travelled with the rest of the squad. But after we had arrived at the hotel, I had a funny turn. I went to bed and was sweating, cold, shaking and had muscle spasms. I got up to go to the toilet and collapsed on the floor. I was in a room on my own and, fortunately, the door was on the latch. I was hanging out of the doorway and was calling for help. Steve (Hard) the physio heard me and found me on the floor. He got in touch with a doctor who said to take me to hospital. They said I had a viral infection and gave me lots of different tablets. I came back on the coach on the Saturday night and started training earlier this week. To start with, I still felt a bit weak because it takes it out of you. But I've trained for the past couple of days and am pretty much feeling myself again. I'm looking to try to get in the squad for Gillingham because it is a massive game for us".