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Lord of the Reedy River
Aug 7, 2010
Yeah, yeah, I know it's early, but I've just been chatting to a client of mine who is a Bradford City season ticket holder.

Asked him about Thommo and he said he's only seen him briefly, but thought he looked a decent player. However, Matt Kilgallon and Nathaniel Knight-Percival will always get the nod in front of him.

Dominic Poleon (AFC Wimbledon last season) is doing OK with Charlie Wyke upfront and he reckons Tyrell Robinson is a lively wing-back for them, but normally starts on the bench.

Nicky Law still pulls the strings in the middle of the park.

Interestingly, three of their main players from last season, Mark Marshall, that tricky winger, Billy Clarke and Rory McArdle all left in the summer. The former two went to Charlton Athletic and McArdle to Scunthorpe United. All of them because Bradford couldn't afford the wages that Charlton and Scunthorpe offered!
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