Date: 30th January 2015 at 3:34pm
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Brad Inman is looking to force himself back in contention having recovered from illness.

“He was sharp and scored a great goal to win the game” – Steve Davis

The 23-year-old Australian-born
attacking midfielder has endured a deeply frustrating time of late and hasn’t actually featured at senior level since the 2-1 defeat at Scunthorpe United back in mid-December.

But he did score the winner against 1874 Northwich in the Cheshire Senior Cup in midweek.

“Brad has all the attributes you need as an attacking player. He has pace, can go both ways and he can finish,” manager Steve Davis told Crewe’s official website. “He has just got to show that consistency on a more regular basis.

“He has worked hard on his defending and improved on that and he knows it is down to him,” he added. “On Tuesday night he was sharp and scored a great goal to win the game.”

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