Parky Phils his boots as Bantams score a triple whammy!

Bradford's Mo Shariff wins a header against Blackburn's Hyuga Tanner during pre-season

Ben Williams trains with City yesterday

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PHIL Parkinson admits the acquisition of Ben Williams, Matt Urwin and Mo Shariff has given City’s squad a much-needed boost.

The trio have joined the Bantams on non-contract terms and Parkinson confirmed all three are in contention to face Coventry in Saturday’s League One opener at Valley Parade.

Goalkeeping duo Williams and Urwin arrive after being released from Hibernian and Blackburn respectively, while winger Shariff heads to Valley Parade from QPR.

Urwin and Shariff have impressed while on trial with City recently and Parkinson believes his squad is finally taking shape, although he remains keen to add more new faces before the weekend.

The Bantams boss said: “Ben Williams is an experienced goalkeeper who has played a lot of games and Mo is more of an unknown quantity in terms of playing first-team football but he has been bright since he came in on trial and has done everything we have asked of him.

“He’s someone we think can have an influence in the first team in the coming weeks.

“I spoke to the coaching staff at QPR, especially the Under-21s coaches, and a friend of mine who is their chief scout, Ian Butterworth. That helped to get Mo up here in the first place and his attitude has been really good.

“What I really liked about him is that he came in as a trialist and was really fit whereas a lot of trialists haven’t done enough work over the summer. But Mo arrived in great shape and has done everything we have asked of him.”

Shariff, 21, is a wide player but can also play as a striker and has several loan spells since joining Rangers four years ago.

He impressed in three pre-season games for City and Parkinson added: “He’s played his career as a wide player and we know that we have been lacking that athleticism in our squad out wide.”

Goalkeeper Williams, who began his career at hometown club Manchester United, also had spells with Crewe, Carlisle and Colchester before heading to Hibernian in 2012.

The 31-year-old will compete with on-loan Sunderland stopper Jordan Pickford for the gloves and jersey while Urwin, 20, will also jostle for position following his recent trial.

Parkinson added: “We’ve given Matt Urwin a non-contract as well, so we’re going to have three goalkeepers now.

“Matt has had a shoulder injury which he has rehabbed over the summer, so he’s a little bit behind but he has shown a great attitude since he came here.

“We’re looking forward to working with him in the coming weeks.”

Parkinson confirmed he was seeking to further bolster his squad following a mass exodus of players since the end of last season.

It is understood that French defender Christopher Routis – who also featured for City in pre-season – remains on his radar.

He added: “We have made progress today and, who knows, we might have made a bit more progress before the Coventry game.”

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7:12am Wed 6 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

Sounds really promising.

I hope Mo Shariff finds some sparkle and turns on a bit of magic in our division.

From Johnny Mac's perspective - we would not budge on his wages and it is hard to believe we are paying 2 keepers less than half each. I guess the non-contract element gives both parties a get out option.

Anyhow, hopefully the squad is getting there. A couple of Premier long loan additions would be brilliant - if they want to play for us in League 1.

Both Coventry and Walsall will be good tests of our strength and togetherness!
Sounds really promising. I hope Mo Shariff finds some sparkle and turns on a bit of magic in our division. From Johnny Mac's perspective - we would not budge on his wages and it is hard to believe we are paying 2 keepers less than half each. I guess the non-contract element gives both parties a get out option. Anyhow, hopefully the squad is getting there. A couple of Premier long loan additions would be brilliant - if they want to play for us in League 1. Both Coventry and Walsall will be good tests of our strength and togetherness! jamiejoe
  • Score: 12

7:15am Wed 6 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

jamiejoe wrote:
Sounds really promising.

I hope Mo Shariff finds some sparkle and turns on a bit of magic in our division.

From Johnny Mac's perspective - we would not budge on his wages and it is hard to believe we are paying 2 keepers less than half each. I guess the non-contract element gives both parties a get out option.

Anyhow, hopefully the squad is getting there. A couple of Premier long loan additions would be brilliant - if they want to play for us in League 1.

Both Coventry and Walsall will be good tests of our strength and togetherness!
I guess Urwin is not on much. Anyhow, hopefully they will be pushing each other for the number 1 shirt and strike up a good bond in training. We need a couple of strong keepers in league and cup matches.
[quote][p][bold]jamiejoe[/bold] wrote: Sounds really promising. I hope Mo Shariff finds some sparkle and turns on a bit of magic in our division. From Johnny Mac's perspective - we would not budge on his wages and it is hard to believe we are paying 2 keepers less than half each. I guess the non-contract element gives both parties a get out option. Anyhow, hopefully the squad is getting there. A couple of Premier long loan additions would be brilliant - if they want to play for us in League 1. Both Coventry and Walsall will be good tests of our strength and togetherness![/p][/quote]I guess Urwin is not on much. Anyhow, hopefully they will be pushing each other for the number 1 shirt and strike up a good bond in training. We need a couple of strong keepers in league and cup matches. jamiejoe
  • Score: 7

7:36am Wed 6 Aug 14

essess says...

Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football essess
  • Score: 23

7:37am Wed 6 Aug 14

Baby Bantam says...

Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP
Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP Baby Bantam
  • Score: 8

8:36am Wed 6 Aug 14

Pablo says...

essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
[quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on? Pablo
  • Score: -13

8:41am Wed 6 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

Pablo wrote:
essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
An early morning dose of prozac.
[quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on?[/p][/quote]An early morning dose of prozac. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: 8

9:34am Wed 6 Aug 14

Warwick Bantam says...

Baby Bantam wrote:
Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP
I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer.
[quote][p][bold]Baby Bantam[/bold] wrote: Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP[/p][/quote]I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer. Warwick Bantam
  • Score: 9

10:01am Wed 6 Aug 14

bantam85 says...

Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him?
Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him? bantam85
  • Score: 1

10:10am Wed 6 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

Baby Bantam wrote:
Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP
Please don't start whining before he's even played. If he leaves then no doubt City will source a replacement. it's non
[quote][p][bold]Baby Bantam[/bold] wrote: Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP[/p][/quote]Please don't start whining before he's even played. If he leaves then no doubt City will source a replacement. it's non Peter300
  • Score: -3

10:13am Wed 6 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

Pablo wrote:
essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
On signing three non-contract players! But you don't rate him anyway. That was obvious last season. Go on then, who do you want as City manager? Or are you just waiting for City to lose again before you carry on as you did before?
[quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on?[/p][/quote]On signing three non-contract players! But you don't rate him anyway. That was obvious last season. Go on then, who do you want as City manager? Or are you just waiting for City to lose again before you carry on as you did before? Peter300
  • Score: 2

10:17am Wed 6 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

Warwick Bantam wrote:
Baby Bantam wrote:
Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP
I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer.
If he has the opportunity of first-team football elsewhere, then he might take it. This short term 'deal' might suit both parties. No need to offer a contract.
[quote][p][bold]Warwick Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baby Bantam[/bold] wrote: Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP[/p][/quote]I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer.[/p][/quote]If he has the opportunity of first-team football elsewhere, then he might take it. This short term 'deal' might suit both parties. No need to offer a contract. Peter300
  • Score: -3

10:20am Wed 6 Aug 14

Peter300 says...

bantam85 wrote:
Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him?
Nobody knows who he is, so how can he be rated? Apart from your friend, of course.
[quote][p][bold]bantam85[/bold] wrote: Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him?[/p][/quote]Nobody knows who he is, so how can he be rated? Apart from your friend, of course. Peter300
  • Score: -3

10:23am Wed 6 Aug 14

bantam85 says...

Peter300 wrote:
bantam85 wrote: Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him?
Nobody knows who he is, so how can he be rated? Apart from your friend, of course.
You are by far the single most boring man I have ever had the pleasure of being acquainted with.
[quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bantam85[/bold] wrote: Take this with a pinch of salt but a Derby fan friend of mine reckons 5 or 6 League One clubs are after Mason Bennett on loan. could we be one of them? if so, how does everyone rate him?[/p][/quote]Nobody knows who he is, so how can he be rated? Apart from your friend, of course.[/p][/quote]You are by far the single most boring man I have ever had the pleasure of being acquainted with. bantam85
  • Score: 8

10:57am Wed 6 Aug 14

gordon ramsay says...

you've got to love 10am to 11am every day when Peter300 comes along to criticise all and sundry without having a single thought of his own.... see you tomorrow peter..... zzzzzz
you've got to love 10am to 11am every day when Peter300 comes along to criticise all and sundry without having a single thought of his own.... see you tomorrow peter..... zzzzzz gordon ramsay
  • Score: 8

11:08am Wed 6 Aug 14

Pablo says...

gordon ramsay wrote:
you've got to love 10am to 11am every day when Peter300 comes along to criticise all and sundry without having a single thought of his own.... see you tomorrow peter..... zzzzzz
He's gone to sit on the bench, outside the library, supping his can of cider.
[quote][p][bold]gordon ramsay[/bold] wrote: you've got to love 10am to 11am every day when Peter300 comes along to criticise all and sundry without having a single thought of his own.... see you tomorrow peter..... zzzzzz[/p][/quote]He's gone to sit on the bench, outside the library, supping his can of cider. Pablo
  • Score: -5

11:20am Wed 6 Aug 14

Go Torps! Yer flying. says...

ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!!
ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!! Go Torps! Yer flying.
  • Score: 1

11:23am Wed 6 Aug 14

Warwick Bantam says...

Peter300 wrote:
Warwick Bantam wrote:
Baby Bantam wrote:
Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP
I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer.
If he has the opportunity of first-team football elsewhere, then he might take it. This short term 'deal' might suit both parties. No need to offer a contract.
I don't get it, are you agreeing with me, disagreeing with me or just writing something for the sake of it? Short term deal is the best option for now but if he plays really well then get him signed up surely! It is so important to have a good keeper. Don't want to end up with another Simon Eastwood.
[quote][p][bold]Peter300[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Warwick Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baby Bantam[/bold] wrote: Hope the none contract doesn't backfire and we end up loosing Ben Williams, if he plays anything like he did for hibs he needs permanent contract ASAP[/p][/quote]I don't see a queue of teams trying to sign him! I say give him 3 or 4 games, if he does well then get him on a contract quickly. I can't see another team suddenly becoming interested. I agree it is a risk but we don't want to end up with an expensive bench warmer.[/p][/quote]If he has the opportunity of first-team football elsewhere, then he might take it. This short term 'deal' might suit both parties. No need to offer a contract.[/p][/quote]I don't get it, are you agreeing with me, disagreeing with me or just writing something for the sake of it? Short term deal is the best option for now but if he plays really well then get him signed up surely! It is so important to have a good keeper. Don't want to end up with another Simon Eastwood. Warwick Bantam
  • Score: 3

11:30am Wed 6 Aug 14

northyorksbantam says...

I see MK have got Benik Afobe in on a season loan, didn't think he would be dropping to L1, did a great job for dog botherers a few seasons back in this league. Thought he might have been an option for Parky with the type of quality premier league loan he is looking for, particularly with his Arsenal connections that we hear about.
I see MK have got Benik Afobe in on a season loan, didn't think he would be dropping to L1, did a great job for dog botherers a few seasons back in this league. Thought he might have been an option for Parky with the type of quality premier league loan he is looking for, particularly with his Arsenal connections that we hear about. northyorksbantam
  • Score: 4

12:33pm Wed 6 Aug 14

dannbradfc says...

Peter 300

The man whom dave baldwin offended by asking him for an opinion of his own.........
Peter 300 The man whom dave baldwin offended by asking him for an opinion of his own......... dannbradfc
  • Score: -4

12:33pm Wed 6 Aug 14

City86 says...

Go Torps! Yer flying. wrote:
ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!!
We have no chance of signing Reach,he's had a good pre season scoring 3 goals.He has been quoted as saying he is 'ready to step up at boro next season!'
[quote][p][bold]Go Torps! Yer flying.[/bold] wrote: ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!![/p][/quote]We have no chance of signing Reach,he's had a good pre season scoring 3 goals.He has been quoted as saying he is 'ready to step up at boro next season!' City86
  • Score: 2

12:39pm Wed 6 Aug 14

dannbradfc says...

Waynus

following on from our conversation which might have been on the facebook thread but interesting comments about fitness from parky.....
Waynus following on from our conversation which might have been on the facebook thread but interesting comments about fitness from parky..... dannbradfc
  • Score: -2

12:50pm Wed 6 Aug 14

pokertee says...

Go Torps! Yer flying. wrote:
ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!!
Not true. its not on his wiki.
[quote][p][bold]Go Torps! Yer flying.[/bold] wrote: ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!![/p][/quote]Not true. its not on his wiki. pokertee
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Wed 6 Aug 14

bcfcincheshire says...

City signing story is indeed on the wikipedia page for Adam Reach as just read it there...but it doesn't mean it is true. ..hope it is!
City signing story is indeed on the wikipedia page for Adam Reach as just read it there...but it doesn't mean it is true. ..hope it is! bcfcincheshire
  • Score: 3

12:57pm Wed 6 Aug 14

pokertee says...

Adam Reach will not be signing for us by the looks. Hes played really well pre season and looks to start on the bench for them. boohoo
Adam Reach will not be signing for us by the looks. Hes played really well pre season and looks to start on the bench for them. boohoo pokertee
  • Score: 1

1:24pm Wed 6 Aug 14

lawsonio123 says...

Go Torps! Yer flying. wrote:
ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!!
Are you reading a book of Fairy Stoties
[quote][p][bold]Go Torps! Yer flying.[/bold] wrote: ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!![/p][/quote]Are you reading a book of Fairy Stoties lawsonio123
  • Score: 2

1:52pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

lawsonio123 wrote:
Go Torps! Yer flying. wrote:
ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!!
Are you reading a book of Fairy Stoties
It was on there to be fair but it looks like someone made it up and the page has since been corrected. Was probably 'Go Torps! Yer flying' as anyone can edit a Wikipedia page.
[quote][p][bold]lawsonio123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Go Torps! Yer flying.[/bold] wrote: ADAM REACH. His Wiki page says he has re-signed for us til 4th January 2015....!!!![/p][/quote]Are you reading a book of Fairy Stoties[/p][/quote]It was on there to be fair but it looks like someone made it up and the page has since been corrected. Was probably 'Go Torps! Yer flying' as anyone can edit a Wikipedia page. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: 3

2:08pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Olivermac says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
Pablo wrote:
essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
An early morning dose of prozac.
It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is.
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on?[/p][/quote]An early morning dose of prozac.[/p][/quote]It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is. Olivermac
  • Score: -2

2:24pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

Olivermac wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Pablo wrote:
essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
An early morning dose of prozac.
It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is.
'One of the best managers in League football' is quite a claim though. Does he include the likes of Van Gaal, Mourinho etc in the list. Whilst I think he is a good manager and has achieved a lot with us I wouldn't say he was one of the best - yet.
[quote][p][bold]Olivermac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on?[/p][/quote]An early morning dose of prozac.[/p][/quote]It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is.[/p][/quote]'One of the best managers in League football' is quite a claim though. Does he include the likes of Van Gaal, Mourinho etc in the list. Whilst I think he is a good manager and has achieved a lot with us I wouldn't say he was one of the best - yet. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: -3

3:52pm Wed 6 Aug 14

jamiejoe says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
Olivermac wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Pablo wrote:
essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
What do you base that comment on?
An early morning dose of prozac.
It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is.
'One of the best managers in League football' is quite a claim though. Does he include the likes of Van Gaal, Mourinho etc in the list. Whilst I think he is a good manager and has achieved a lot with us I wouldn't say he was one of the best - yet.
I think the reference was to Football League - rather than Premier League or Champions League.

Never say never, more likely for Parky than City tho (European Champions League!).

Personally I would be very happy if we can reach the Championship in the next 3 seasons. Although I think players like Andrew Davis and Co. have more urgency to perform at a higher level. Let's hope they achieve it.
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Olivermac[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]What do you base that comment on?[/p][/quote]An early morning dose of prozac.[/p][/quote]It's not an overdose is it , I think comments regarding Parky need to be assessed when we have a number of games under our belts results will determine how good his team is.[/p][/quote]'One of the best managers in League football' is quite a claim though. Does he include the likes of Van Gaal, Mourinho etc in the list. Whilst I think he is a good manager and has achieved a lot with us I wouldn't say he was one of the best - yet.[/p][/quote]I think the reference was to Football League - rather than Premier League or Champions League. Never say never, more likely for Parky than City tho (European Champions League!). Personally I would be very happy if we can reach the Championship in the next 3 seasons. Although I think players like Andrew Davis and Co. have more urgency to perform at a higher level. Let's hope they achieve it. jamiejoe
  • Score: 3

9:45pm Wed 6 Aug 14

hornseabantam says...

We have a great core of players here now. My biggest concern is the continuing mysteries surrounding our highest paid player Aaron McLean. Always injured, and therefore not up to fitness for the start of the season - for how long? How will he eventually fit into the new formation? Has he moved to West Yorkshire yet to show his commitment to the club? What's the story behind the club's silence over his ongoing non-involvement in pretty much everything? Are there rows behind the scenes with McLean? There has been a total news blackout from City about this player except to say...`he's injured'. The guy is responsible for soaking up a lot of our player budget - is he responsible in the way that he's operating with the club? Who knows? No-one ever tells us the real story, here.
We have a great core of players here now. My biggest concern is the continuing mysteries surrounding our highest paid player Aaron McLean. Always injured, and therefore not up to fitness for the start of the season - for how long? How will he eventually fit into the new formation? Has he moved to West Yorkshire yet to show his commitment to the club? What's the story behind the club's silence over his ongoing non-involvement in pretty much everything? Are there rows behind the scenes with McLean? There has been a total news blackout from City about this player except to say...`he's injured'. The guy is responsible for soaking up a lot of our player budget - is he responsible in the way that he's operating with the club? Who knows? No-one ever tells us the real story, here. hornseabantam
  • Score: 0

9:52pm Wed 6 Aug 14

llos25 says...

essess wrote:
Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football
Until you call for his sacking if he loses a couple of games .
[quote][p][bold]essess[/bold] wrote: Dare I say in parky we have now got one of the best managers in league football[/p][/quote]Until you call for his sacking if he loses a couple of games . llos25
  • Score: 0

5:03pm Thu 7 Aug 14

Avenger78 says...

I am rather worried for bradford city this season, and there small Squad... then PP goes and gets 3 players on non contract terms ,what are more like panicked buys because he couldn't get anyone else in...But i do hope there prove me wrong and i have a good happy season....hate been miserable :-) lol
I am rather worried for bradford city this season, and there small Squad... then PP goes and gets 3 players on non contract terms ,what are more like panicked buys because he couldn't get anyone else in...But i do hope there prove me wrong and i have a good happy season....hate been miserable :-) lol Avenger78
  • Score: 2

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