A talented product of Chelsea’s youth academy, Liam Bridcutt remains one of English football’s most consistent performers across various levels.
In 2011, Bridcutt played a key part in Gus Poyet’s Brighton side that triumphed to the League One title, before earning the side’s Player of the Year award in the Seagulls’ first two years in The Championship. His form earnt a move to Premier League Sunderland, where he made 30 appearances, before moves to Leeds United and current club Nottingham Forest.
- League One winner 2010/11
- Brighton & Hove Albion Player of the Year 2011/12, 2012/13
- 268 senior appearances
- Scotland international