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Discussion in 'City Talk' started by bantamdave41, Jul 6, 2017.
Given your track record I have my doubts.
Depends what you know!
I am ‘not in the know’ about Bradford City, other than information which is largely in the public domain. I have never tried to get on a ‘track’, so not sure what record you are referring to.
But hey there are other things in life.
Jeez bronco, I was actually agreeing with you regarding Andrew Davies. I thought he was brilliant for us and always deserves a special mention on here from time to time. Chill out in your old age lol.
Don't worry about me chilling mate I never thought we would be anywhere near where we are in the league I'm well chilled @jay the bantam, and why would you not agree hardly a controversial comment with regards Andrew Davies .
Heard Nicky Law had a blinder. Is that correct?
Apparently he ran FORWARDS with the ball
If you haven't noticed by now how often he carries the ball forward for us then I respectfully suggest you go to Specsavers.
He’s got lots of fans in MK after Sat
Seriously he has changed the way he plays, probably because he’s more confident that someone will drop back into the middle to cover his forward runs. It works better away from home as teams are more open, less effective at home against teams parking a bus?
Just read some reports of the match from an MK perspective online in the MK Citizen newspaper. Their Sport's journalist refers to City as the BANTHAMS in every article!
I saw this. They also said that Nicky Law was tripped, resulting in Tshibola's red card. They clearly didn't see the game, nor read the report themselves.
I stand by my opinion that law on the left at home doesn't suit him or the team
Here’s the link
A bit like some posts on here .
No wonder they struggled second half if they were asked to show more "vigeur". Andrew Davies had a slight dig about Bradford when leaving saying he was looking forward to the style of play and being allowed to play football. He would be immense in the current side (when not injured of course)
Not in his latter year however, in his prime maybe.