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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

Thursday 26th April.

Some rare words from Barry today saying that he believes that the players can achieve survival this season and that steps are being taken both now and in the future to avoid a repeat of the financial problems we have encountered this season. Presumably this means that there will be a few casualties amongst the higher wage earners when the retained list is announced and that a wage ceiling will be re-introduced. It is to be hoped that Mr Rubery has learnt his lesson and that Ďbig nameí managers donít always achieve the best results. With Sellars and Monkou having now departed the club my money is on Gorrť, Gallen and Beresford being released and possibly Kenny Irons and Chris Hay as well although Iím not sure what the contract situation is for these players.

QPR who have just been relegated have massive debts said to be around £20 million and letís face it we are not a big club so we must not throw money around like itís going out of fashion. The fans always want to see committed and hungry players pulling on the blue and white of Town and Iím sure there are a number of these who donít have to command ridiculous premier league salaries.



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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