All posts tagged with: Nat Knight-Percival

Gillingham v Bradford: centre-backs key

It is fair to say that Bradford City’s performance, in their 2-1 win over Blackpool last week, was not a vintage one. They relied largely on their centre-backs: Matthew Kilgallon for his man-of-the-match performance and Nat Knight-Percival for his opener just before half-time, after Timothee Dieng flicked on Nicky Law’s free-kick. Another centre-back, Gabriel Zakuani,… Read more →

Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford Six Things: Cautious Cod

Bradford City have reached the League One play-off final thanks to a controlled display in a 0-0 draw at Fleetwood, which meant a 1-0 aggregate victory. Marshall and Meredith Bradford were not a constant threat but they still created the better openings with positive play down the left. James Meredith’s positive overlapping runs created space for Mark Marshall… Read more →

Bradford v Bolton: Parky returns

As Phil Parkinson steps foot in Valley Parade for the first time since leaving last summer, both he and his Bradford City successor, Stuart McCall, face key periods in their respective seasons. Parky’s Bolton side are in a race for automatic promotion and may take heart from Scunthorpe showing vulnerability for the first time. The Trotters… Read more →