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Thread: Romared Match Thoughts Bradford City v Barnsley

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    Romared Match Thoughts Bradford City v Barnsley

    I'm expecting a youthful lineup tomorrow night with the rest made up of out of favour players like McCarthy and a couple of others searching for form in Watters and Cosgrove .

    Luca may get an opportunity to get some more minutes in to those legs too I reckon .

    I'd like to win the game and ensure we top the group and a certain home tie in the next round .

    How Collins sees it with us already through I couldn't say .

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    With both teams being already through, I think there'll be a relaxed attitude to this game from us. However, Bradford's take on things may be slightly different because they have a new manager (Graham Alexander) in place and surely their players will be looking to impress him. That's why I'm predicting a defeat.

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    Don't forget our Bristol Street Motors Trophy derby clash with Bradford kicks off at 7-30pm as it is a school night for some players.

    Neill has just got his UEFA Pro Licence from a Scottish FA Course. Congratulations Neill.

    Both teams should be up for it with top place in Group securing a home tie in the next round. In the knockout Rounds 2 and 3 the draw is regionalised with Barnsley unable to meet Bradford until Round 4

    "How much is it ? £949-99p to you my friend".
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    REDS: Killip (GK), O'Keeffe, McCarthy, Hickingbottom, Shepherd, Dodgson, Yoganathan, Connell (c), Atkinson, Marsh, Cosgrove.

    Subs: Flavell (GK), Cotter, Pickard, Makiessi, Ackroyd, Benjamin, Nzondo.

    CITY: Doyle (GK), Halliday, Taylor, Platt, Smallwood (c), Cook, Oduor, Smith, Kelly, Chapman, Richards.

    Subs: Lewis (GK), Walker, Gilliead, Stubbs, Pointon, Oliver, Wilson.

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    What's betting thar Oduor scooars

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    Ooh heck.

    Cook will batter that back 3.

    Good to see Connell fit to play and I hope cosgrove finds his form.

    Good luck lads

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    Defensively suicidally set up.
    Saying 4 to 5 hundred travelled and we deliver that crap.
    Embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by POGGYWELL View Post
    Defensively suicidally set up.
    Saying 4 to 5 hundred travelled and we deliver that crap.
    Embarrassing.
    Those UEFA Pro Licence courses can't be too taxing !!! .

    Absolutely dreadful tonight .

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    Im not unhappy with the selection. Result unimportant. Qualified anyway, surprised 4/500 could be bothered…. Training session for me. Im actually surprised he didnt play more kids,

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    One of our defenders ( couldnt see which as it was so quick, was too busy congratulating Killip on the save to look after and challenge the attacker smashing it into the net he should have been protecting…..

    And thats 5 as I write……

    Think he must be more confident of us winning playing away…lol

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