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Weir-Daley Bradford Bound

Spencer Weir-Daley has not ruled out a return to Bradford in an attempt to help them bounce straight back to League One next season.

The Reds striker, who could feature in the play-off campaign following his return to the City Ground, said: 'Playing in League Two doesn't bother me.

'There is a chance I will be back at Bradford, although nothing is certain. I need to get home and have a think and see who contacts me.

'But I wouldn't be put off Bradford because they've gone down. I see them as probably the strongest team next year in League Two and it's a great opportunity to bounce straight back up.

'Everyone wants to play at a higher level, but if you are one of the stronger teams in the division then I don't see that as a problem.'




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Date:Tuesday May 8 2007

Time: 8:18PM

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Well, I would let him go to be honest, he has not ever reall impressed enough at the CG. Not before he scores the winning goal in the play-off final of course...
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