DEREK ADAMS has promised that more signings are on the way at Bradford City as his squad begins to take shape ahead of his first season at the club. The former Plymouth Argyle and Ross County manager joined the Bantams earlier this month after guiding Morecambe to victory in the League Two play-off final at Wembley.
Westfield Rocks the 4th is back on for this year and will return to the Grand Park Sports Campus. This year there will be an expanded celebration beginning Friday, July 2 and going through Sunday, July 4. "After this past year, our community is ready to celebrate," said Mayor Andy Cook.
The 30-year-old netted eight goals in 16 League Two starts on loan for the Bantams last season. Bradford have announced the permanent signing of former Mansfield striker Andy Cook on a two-year deal. The 30-year-old netted eight goals in 16 League Two starts on loan for the Bantams last season.
Bradford City AFC is delighted to announce the permanent signing of Andy Cook - who becomes Derek Adams’ first summer recruit. The striker has put pen to paper on a two-year deal, having spent the second half of the 2020/21 campaign on loan with the Bantams from Mansfield Town.
ANDY COOK has become Bradford City's first summer signing after the striker signed a two-year deal with the club. The 30-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan from Mansfield Town but has now penned a permanent contract at the Utilita Energy Stadium to become Derek Adams first recruit of what is expected to be a busy transfer window for the Bantams.
The Grimsby Town manager faces a busy summer as he builds his squad for life back in the National League next season As Grimsby Town prepare for life back in non-league, Paul Hurst has already begun identifying his targets for next season ahead of a busy summer. Having made his decisions on which of his current squad to retain – and some of those contracted for next season not necessarily guaranteed to still be here – the Mariners boss is set to keep himself busy as he builds his squad for the first season back in the National League.
Bradford City players who improved under Trueman and Sellars IT may have been a few days now since Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars were sacked from the top job at City, but they did leave a legacy in their five months in charge.Whether that be giving chances to youngsters, kick-starting the City careers of those who had been struggling or simply taking already top-quality players to the next level, many are indebted to what the young pair did for them.
Will any of those released in the last few days be of interest to the Mariners?Grimsby Town manager Paul Hurst will be keeping a close eye on the growing list of players released as he sets about rebuilding a squad for next season’s National League campaign.
Former Carlisle United striker Andy Cook released by Mansfield Town A former Carlisle United striker is back on the market having been released by his League Two club.Andy Cook has been let go by Mansfield Town at the end of the 2020/21 season.The 30-year-old is one of seven players released by the Stags after two seasons with the club.
Morecambe missed out on automatic promotion by one point despite victory over Bradford at the Mazuma Stadium.The Shrimps did what they had to do to maintain their challenge with a 2-0 victory but wins for Bolton and Cambridge saw them miss out narrowly on a top-three spot.Liam McAlinden went close to giving Morecambe the lead in the 16th minute when he hit the foot of the right post with a left-footed effort after Hornby had saved smartly from Brad Lyons.
1:59 Morecambe missed out on automatic promotion by one point despite victory over Bradford at the Mazuma Stadium.The Shrimps did what they had to do to maintain their challenge with a 2-0 victory but wins for Bolton and Cambridge saw them miss out narrowly on a top-three spot.
Bradford City put Cook, O'Connor and Donaldson up for vote APRIL was not the best month for the Bantams, as their hopes of reaching the League Two play-offs faded away.But they were still right in the mix when Andy Cook netted twice in a thumping 4-1 win over Forest Green on April 5.
Bantams frustrated over missed chances in Scunthorpe draw CONOR Sellars cursed missed opportunities as City registered their fourth successive Valley Parade blank in the final home game.Today’s goalless draw with Scunthorpe ended a five-game losing run but it was a tough watch against a side whose point clinched their League Two survival.
Bantams v Scunthorpe game preview: Line-ups, referee, betting Check out our preview for City's final home game of the season.Venue: Valley Parade Possible line-ups CITY GK Sam Hornby, RB Finn Cousin-Dawson, CH Paudie O'Connor, CH Anthony O'Connor, LB Connor Wood, CM Elliot Watt, CM Levi Sutton, RM Gareth Evans, AM Callum Cooke, LM Charles Vernam, F Andy Cook.
Salford moved into the Sky Bet League Two play-off places thanks to a stoppage-time winner from leading scorer Ian Henderson in a 1-0 victory at Bradford.The match was heading for a goalless draw when Henderson ran onto Jordan Turnbull’s through pass before clipping the ball over the head of goalkeeper Sam Hornby to score his 18th goal of the season and condemn the Bantams to a fifth straight defeat.
HERE are the Bradford City player ratings from Tuesday evening’s League Two home game with Salford City at the Utilita Energy Stadium.Tuesday, 27th April 2021, 9:21 pm Updated Tuesday, 27th April 2021, 9:22 pm Hornby: A few flutters when his high clearance rebounded off Henderson and spun towards goal.
Trueman: Bradford City didn't fight enough in Vale loss MARK Trueman accused City of lacking fight as they slumped to another defeat at Port Vale.It was a fourth loss in a row for the Bantams despite taking the lead through Clayton Donaldson.But Vale hit back within two minutes to level and then scored a penalty given away by Ollie Crankshaw – who had to go off before half-time after feeling a tightening in his chest.
Tom Conlon hit the winning goal from the penalty spot as Port Vale came from behind to beat Bradford City 2-1.Saturday, 24th April 2021, 5:23 pm Updated Saturday, 24th April 2021, 5:24 pm It had started well for Bradford, who denied their hosts a sixth straight clean sheet with a deserved goal inside a quarter of an hour.
Tom Conlon hit the winning goal from the penalty spot as Port Vale came from behind to beat Bradford City 2-1.It had started well for Bradford, who denied their hosts a sixth straight clean sheet with a deserved goal inside a quarter of an hour.A ball over the top allowed Andy Cook to set up strike partner Clayton Donaldson, who smashed in his seventh of the season from close range.