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15 October 2023



15 October 2023

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Match-winner Emmanuel Osadebe spoke on the importance of coming away with another three points, after yesterday's 1-0 win at the Cherry Red Records Stadium against Wimbledon.

City made it three victories in a row in all competitions in South London, thanks to the midfielder's 62nd-minute strike.

The Bantams goalscorer discussed the high standards of caretaker player-manager Kevin McDonald, and how this has impacted the squad.

“First and foremost, it is important we got the win,” Osadebe said.

“That is three wins on the bounce, and for me to be scoring and contributing is a good thing.

“I was glad to come on and score, but most importantly, that we won the game.

“There are high standards. From training to matchday, it is very intense.

“The high press is a big part of it. Kevin wants us to win the ball high up the pitch and create chances.

“We have all bought into it. We want to do well for him and the club.”

City’s No.8 heaped praise on almost 1,000 travelling supporters for the support they gave the team, and was pleased they could make the 440-mile round trip a worthwhile one for the Bantams faithful.

The 27 year-old is looking forward to having a week to prepare for next Saturday's visit of Wrexham, where they will be looking for three league wins in a row under McDonald. 

He added: “It is great. Every away game, they are there.

“I have not seen anything like it before. It is great to have them behind us.

“We are glad that we could deliver the three points for them and make their journey worthwhile.

“We will rest up over the weekend, but get straight back to work next week.

“Then, we move onto Saturday where we will look to take all three points.”

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