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Wycombe v Bradford

Bradford are likely to make several changes to the team that lost to Brentford in the FA on Tuesday - Bradford`s first cup defeat of the season, yes I`ve said it again.

Gary Jones, Nahki Wells and Matt Duke could all return to the starting line-up.

In an interview with BBC radio Leeds Bardford boss Phil Parkinson had this to say:

'Hopefully we can look back at the Arsenal win at the end of the season and it will be the result that spurred us on to greater success rather than the result that detracted from our league form. I`ve got some targets in mind and in an ideal world we`ll have some new signings in on 1st January. I think the extra exposure we`ve had here makes us more of an attractive proposition but I want to get the right ones. We`ve got a hectic schedule coming up so it was good to rest some players at Brentford.`

I for one am confident for this season. Automatic promotion and a Wembley date with Chelsea. Chelsea qualify for Champions League so European football for Bradford next season.









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Date:Friday December 21 2012

Time: 8:59AM

 

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