STUART McCall is demanding a united front from City to emerge from their current sticky patch. The Bantams are pushing to add personnel this week after back-to-back dispiriting losses has hit the mood among fans. Top scorer Charlie Wyke's injury absence among others, the uncertainty surrounding Tony McMahon and the lack of transfer-window recruits so far has raised concerns over whether they can last the pace in the play-off places.
DALTON Grant reckons the Bulls' hectic pre-season programme is bang on the number. The Welsh winger admits a schedule featuring five friendlies is new for him – but he knows it will give John Kear the perfect opportunity to name his best team for the opening League One clash with York next month. Grant said: "It's the most friendlies I've ever played at a club.
STUART McCall has issued a fresh plea for new recruits as City's squad reaches breaking point. The Bantams boss is desperate for a couple of additions before they face Bristol Rovers next weekend. Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Northampton – the seventh League One loss at Valley Parade – highlighted the lack of options currently available. Top scorer Charlie Wyke was sidelined with a bad back and McCall fears he is already a doubt for the trip to the Memorial Ground.
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Selecting a term
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