ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELLS
HE’S THE toast of Bradford after his latest goal exploits that see him enter the club’s record books, but for Bradford City fans, there will be no better feeling than reading the club’s comments about their refusal to sell their star.
Nahki Wells was ruthless, prolific and sublime to watch on an afternoon when the Bantams claimed the Yorkshire bragging rights to continue their superb start to the season.
After four games, they sit inside the play-offs; a great achievement for a side who were promoted into League One only last year.
Well-drilled and aesthetically pleasing on the eye, Phil Parkinson has certainly got the feel-good factor back at Bradford. Sheffield United were far from poor but the loss of Febian Brandy hit them hard.