Inman’s belief paying dividends


Bradden Inman says a burst of confidence is the key behind his form that has seen the #10 find the back of the net twice in less than a week.

Inman netted his maiden Hyundai A-League goal in last Saturday’s draw with the Jets before bagging the deciding goal on New Year’s Day against the Wanderers.

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“I’m trying to believe in my ability more, taking more risks and it’s paid off. The gaffer has been helping me with finishing sessions so I’m just backing myself more in front of goal,” Inman said.


The result was the perfect start to the New Year being Robbie Fowler’s side’s first on the road this season as well as setting the foundations for the Roar to launch into back-to-back home fixtures at Suncorp Stadium.

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“It was good to get the first away win – first of the year as well,” Inman continued.

“We got a point against Newcastle which we felt we deserved to win so it was good to back it up with three points.

“We’re just trying to build a bit of form.

“We’ve been dominating games without getting results… now we’ve picked up four points from the last six & we look to push on now.”


In just his second first-team outing, 19-year-old Mirza Muratovic was on the scene to provide the assist for Inman’s decisive second goal on Wednesday night.

Inman says there’s plenty to be excited about with the young striker.

“I have a good friendship with Mirz, he’s a good lad who’s finding his feet in the league. I was happy for him to get the assist, and he can build on that,” Inman continued.

“He’s been playing well & I look forward to playing more games with him.”

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