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Live coverage from Bradford City's League One game against Brentford from Griffin Park
Mark Yeates has been told to sharpen up his ideas if he wants to be more than a bit-part player for the rest of City’s campaign.
City this afternoon snapped up experienced left back Adam Drury from Leeds on a month's loan.
James Hanson knows exactly what goal-shy Aaron Mclean is going through.
Andrew Davies will throw his “pivotal” presence straight back into the heart of City’s plans at high-flying Brentford.
Adam Reach has pledged to carry on shooting after opening his goal account for City.
Jamie Lawrence today predicted a boring end to City’s first campaign back in League One and declared: That would be perfect.
Phil Parkinson is hopeful Andrew Davies can shrug off his latest injury blow and play his part in City’s pivotal month.
Rory McArdle is hoping that Nicosia tomorrow night will represent the opening step on a long road that leads to France 2016.
City insist there is no issue with the £50,000 they owe the Bermudian club that developed Nahki Wells.
Bradford City 2 Stevenage 3
Misfiring Aaron Mclean faces an intensive week at training to try to rediscover his scoring boots.
Two second-half stunners from Luke Freeman sent City tumbling to defeat against struggling Stevenage at Valley Parade.
Chris Atkinson has finally had a taste of Valley Parade – and now he is hungry for more.
Bradford City are still waiting to find out whether they will have to pay £217,000 to Falkirk for Mark Stewart.
Julian Rhodes has called for another noisy Valley Parade encore to sing City to a hat-trick of home wins.
Phil Parkinson rolled up his sleeves ready for City’s battle against basement boys Stevenage and urged his team: Don’t waste our advantage.
Kyle Bennett is braced for a scrap with Garry Thompson for City’s right wing slot.
City are hopeful that Raffaele De Vita’s latest treatment will finally solve the problem that has left him stuck on the sidelines.
Phil Parkinson believes this season’s League One is the hardest it has ever been.