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A struggling Bradford team pulled off a suprise 2-1 victory on the road.

Bradford boss Nicky Law was also forced to make changes, with Robert Molenaar (ankle) and Jamie Lawrence (ribs) ruled out by injury. They were replaced by Michael Standing and Simon Francis.

The Bantams took a second half lead when Claus Jorgensen found the net with a left footed shot. Jorgensen who played 50 games for Bradford retired from the game in 2010 to concentrate on his cleaning company.

Wolves were to level a couple of minutes later with a goal from Ndah.

City were not to be denied and took the lead when right-wing cross by Francis eluded everyone and Gray arrived at the far post to tuck the ball home with his left foot. We wont go into what Andy Gray is doing at the minute!

Lets just say his goal sent the bantams back to Yorkshire with 3 points and 8 points clear of the drop.




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Date:Friday December 28 2012

Time: 4:12PM

 

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