Re: Bradford PA v Witton Albion
13 years 4 months ago #17
Awful pitch,awful conditions,bloody awful pies.<br>Bradford fans with nothing to cheer have to resort to booing the most influential player on the pitch, well done Steve Connors!<br>Well done everyone.
Well done to everyone concerned. Awful pitch, awful conditions. Should have been out of sight at half time - would 6-0 at the half been unfair? <br><br>Yes, we were hanging on at the end. Heart stopping moment when their No. 7 (how was he still on the pitch after the off the ball elbow?) went down under a Pritch challenge in the box. Glad the referee didn't succumb to the mounting pressure - it would have been easy to give it. <br><br>Thought Connors was outstanding under the circumstances. The back 4 were superb 2nd half.<br><br>Don't agree with the earlier comment about the ref. The officials had a difficult game under considerable pressure from the home team, management and fans in the second half. Thought they did OK'ish. <br><br>On a sour note, I stood in amongst the Bradford fans 2nd half for some banter. The disgusting, obscene shouts aimed at opposing players and officials, especially in the 2nd half from the witton fans was very embarassing. Is there any need for it? Surely, we should be concentrating on getting behind the team.<br><br>Cut it out - it achieves nothing and does no good to anyone!!!!<br><br>Rant over.
Well done guys!! About time too - it gets depressing watching from afar!!<br><br>Couldn't believe it watching HT's on Sky Sports Centre - winning 3-0 at HT and my adopted team now I'm here, Windsor & Eton (2nd from bottom!) were winning 2-0 - fab I thought.<br><br>They went on to lose 4-3. At least the mighty Albs stuck to their guns!<br><br>Although the number of familiar names are getting fewer and fewer!
26th February - Gary Brook's contract terminated <br>The Board of Bradford Park Avenue announce with considerable regret that they have terminated Gary Brook's team manager contract for the season 2005/06. The Board wish Gary every success for the future, but after considerable discussion feel that, following this season?s run of disappointing results since November 2005, they must act to save the club from a second successive relegation. The Board remain extremely ambitious for the club and will now begin the process of recruiting a management team that can stabilise the club for the last quarter of an extremely difficult season. <br> <br>
Challener wasnt playing - they had a nakeshift in No. 7 though.<br><br>I have put a brief sketchy report on the main site now.<br><br>as for the shouts from the witton fans - I take you point but given some of the treatment of some of our midfielders and their fans cheering Connors when he limps off injured, they were hardly sporting either.