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Spencer Still A Bantam

Spencer Weir-Daley will be a Bradford City player tomorrow - as long as he is fit.

Reds boss Colin Calderwood last night contacted Bradford counterpart David Wetherall to say he would not be bringing back the on-loan striker at the weekend.

It was originally thought he may be wanted as cover for tommorow's game with Crewe.

But Weir-Daley could still miss out on City's season finale against Millwall because he is one of several players nursing knocks.

His loan is up after the game as he will still be eligible to play for the Reds if we are in the play-offs.




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Date:Friday May 4 2007

Time: 9:53AM

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I don't think we'll see him in a Forest shirt again
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