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Bradford survive

Pre-season tour
Gallen signs
Hornets sting Town
Owls shot down
Gray returns
Wijnhard crashes out
Worthington woe
Ayre departs
First home point
Bye Bye Brucie
New manager announced
Fans show anger
9 points to safety
First home win
Ndlovu at first sight
Town leap to safety
Macari wins award
More cup woe
Ndlovu joins Blades
Jamie jumps ship
Town hit rock bottom again
Morris' McApline move
Prodigal son returns
Biggest win
QPR doomed
Nearly there
The bitter end

Friday 6th April.

Macari has today set a 48-point safety target for Town, and he believes that this figure should be enough to see us out of the bottom three when the season draws to a close. Iím not sure I agree as 50 points is a more realistic target although I do remember one season when the highest relegated team (I think it was Hull) had 52 points, but then again there was a season when Notts County survived on something like 43 points. It sounds so simple when you think in terms of 3 wins from 8 games, but when you consider that we have to play Fulham, Blackburn, Birmingham, West Brom and Preston who are all in the top six it will not be easy. A win at Wolves would be an excellent way to get the ball rolling and our recent record at Molineux is pretty good, so why not?

Mixed news regarding the availability of players for the game tomorrow, as Lee Morris seems to have overcome his back injury and Chris Holland has recovered from his broken toe. However, Martin Smith would seem unlikely to feature for at least 2 weeks (probably more with his fitness record) and Jim Brennan has today received a three-match ban starting with the home game against QPR.



All words and thoughts by Chris except where stated.

A big thank you to Machala for putting up with me doing this and Ian for his support and my Mum for her proof reading.

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