THE T&A's chief sports writer Simon Parker gets his teeth into Bradford City's solid but unspectacular start, saying that City will need to learn break teams down if they are to start scoring more goals at Valley Parade.

Alongside sports editor Mike Crowther, he also discusses how Sean Scannell could be vital to the Bantams playing 4-4-2, the preferred formation of many fans, rather than a 4-3-3.

But will Scannell be around for much longer anyway?

Simon also says that City will be hopeful going into their game at Crewe tomorrow, citing their good record at the Cheshire club's ground in recent years.

Finally, he is relieved to have a 5pm deadline for the transfer window closing next Monday, but does he see Gary Bowyer making any late swoops?