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Bradford City 1 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights
Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:02

Bradford City 1 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 25th August 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, Harriman, McCarthy, Stewart, Jombati, Jacobson, Gape, Morris, Bloomfield (sub 83 Saunders), Williams (sub 76 Freeman), Mackail-Smith (sub 71 Akinfenwa) - subs not used: Ma-Kalambay, Bean, Thompson, Kashket

Scorers: Mackai-Smith 28, Morris 52

Bookings: Gape 49, Morris 72

Bradford: O’Donnell, Riley, McGowan, O’Connor, Chicksen, Scannell (sub 64 Gibson), Wright, Akpan (sub 56 Colville), Payne, Seedorf (sub 56 Miller), Doyle - subs not used: Wilson, Mellor, Bruenker, Staunton

Scorers: Colville 90+1

Bookings: none

Referee: Mark Heywood

Attendance: 15,563 (250 away)

This was the 14th highest ever attendance to watch a Wanderers Football League match.

Team News

One change from the starting XI that had performed so well in the 1-1 draw at Plymouth the previous Tuesday - Sido Jombati coming in for the injured Adam El-Abd.

New signing Alex Samuel not in the matchday squad

In: Jombati
Out: El-Abd


Gareth Ainsworth

"Never doubt this group of boys, they are a phenomenal together group and I believe what we are doing will keep us in League One".

"I'm not getting carried away with our first League One win - it takes us up to middle-ish table."

"Performances like today will go a long, long way in putting a mark on the map for Wycombe Wanderers."

On the fans

"I can't thank them enough. We've got a coach and hotel and a lot of them don't. A lot of the [supporters] would have got home in the early hours of Wednesday morning and gone to work to earn money to come with us today. That doesn't go unnoticed. Please, please just keep it going. We really do appreciate it. It turns quickly, of course it does, but they've been great with me. There's been one or two little moans when we've not been doing well, but on the whole they are a fantastic bunch, it's their club and I'm proud to the Manager. Perforances like that jst give me so much pride and hopefully the fans share that pride today because this is a fantastic away win at fantastic, historic Bradford City."

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League Table

Wanderers up to 17th place following first League win of 2018/19.
Just 3 points off 6th place wth five games played by all Clubs.
Plymouth drop to bottom place after a 5-1 home mauling by leaders Peterborough who have a 100% record after five games (a Club record for Posh).

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