Their View: Northampton Town 1-2 City

A fantastic comeback in a game of two halves. City were 1-0 down at HT and came back to win 2-1 on a freezing bank holiday Monday at Sixfields. Not much to go on this week as the reaction seems to be more towards Page than City’s outstanding second half performance.

Attendance: 6,931 (1067)

“To be fair Bradford are a wonderful side.”

“Page must of been the only person in the ground not to see that the second half was only going to end with a Bradford win.”

“Page learnt nothing from the game at Valley Parade when Marshall tormented Moloney and Anderson during the first half. I soon as I saw him come off the bench with Diamond and Hoskins at right back, we were doomed.”

“…it really was only a matter of time before they scored and once they got one they were always going to get another, and let’s face it they could have got several more.”

“We never got to grips with their bald headed midfielder all game.”

“Law, he ran the show at their place. We were warned.”

“Marshall was the problem. He along with Law tore us up time after time as they did at their gaff.”

“Nicky Law bossed the game from start to finish so why not put someone on him to nullify that threat even if it meant sacrificing himself for the good of the team?”

“We were so poor in that 2nd half i thought we were playing Barcelona but then i realised it was still Bradford City.”

“Sheffield United and Bradford City were several classes above anything we could muster and to see my beloved Cobblers being outclassed is hurting very much.”

“Was that an FA Cup game against a premier league team? Embarrassing to give teams that much time and space. Especially at home.”

Manager’s View

“I said to them that their honesty will cost you against good teams that have quality to break you down and Bradford certainly did that. We just invited pressure. I was screaming on the sidelines to us up the pitch and I wanted to get Revs and Rico up there so when we got the ball we had somebody competing to stop Bradford having wave after wave of attack.”

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