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Never will I go if that’s the future. 

I will say it again... We had 11 players who are new to the club starting yesterday, it needs time & it's probably in our favour that games are behind closed doors given the impatience of some peo

Sign up for an account. It will then offer you a match pass (click on matches tab and you should see Bradford game) click on to match centre to purchase. Card details and all that shouldn’t be tricky.

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2 minutes ago, Take Hunt Off said:

Frightening lack of pace in the back three .They dont look compatable .Taft done ok but awol for the goal.Gordon not really in the game.White& Gethin look promising .

70% possesion & we could be three down .Need a creative player further up the pitch .Crawford ?

With these giants at the back, you would imagine pace, or at least agility might be an issue.

Like turning a fleet of oil tankers. :)

 

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1 minute ago, Rizlar said:

Way too easy Santos looks poor 

He does but Baptiste’s also half at fault then as Santos was drawn to his man and caught between the 2 of them as he just left him. he still looks a calamity, even at this level

Theres clear communication issues between the 3 CB’s and also the CB’s and WB’s. Hopefully it’s sorted in time...

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1 minute ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Not him surely?

Anyway, how we doing generally. 

Aye it’s him

ok in general both goals was cheap but plenty of positives to take

id play a similar team against Crewe on tuesday last test before it starts 

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No idea what's been being worked on defensively in training and the pre season games but some really basic issues evident throughout today, communication and positioning - wise. Hopefully a few more games will sort them. Bradford haven't had to do anything of any great quality to win today

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Don’t know whether it’s the speed of the stream but it felt like it was played in slow motion. Very little intensity. Probably backed up by the first booking being in stoppage time. Encouraging in parts though and it’s no good hitting 100mph at this stage of the season. 

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1 minute ago, ianofcleveleys said:

No idea what's been being worked on defensively in training and the pre season games but some really basic issues evident throughout today, communication and positioning - wise. Hopefully a few more games will sort them. Bradford haven't had to do anything of any great quality to win today

I don’t think Bradford have much more to give so that gives me massive confidence as we’ve a stack of improvements in us as time goes on. 
 

if that’s a yardstick for the top end of the opposition we face in the league this year then I’m more than happy with that

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17 minutes ago, jules_darby said:

He does but Baptiste’s also half at fault then as Santos was drawn to his man and caught between the 2 of them as he just left him. he still looks a calamity, even at this level

Theres clear communication issues between the 3 CB’s and also the CB’s and WB’s. Hopefully it’s sorted in time...

Did you have a word with cameraman for some extra advertising in first half? Took a long lingering zoom in on the ad boards at one point! 😀

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