Daily Archives: May 13, 2016

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Tension builds ahead of crucial Bradford game

By Paul Connolly and Peter Hampshire Bradford City Football Club is preparing for its biggest league game in years as it hopes to return to the second tier after a 12-year absence. Supporters enthusiasm is infectious ahead of Sunday lunchtime’s tie against Millwall, their reward for a fifth place finish in League One. With all parts of…

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Guiseley off-season revamp begins

Preparations ahead of next season are already underway at Guiseley AFC just a week after the club avoided relegation with victory on the final day.  The club have been busy since securing a second season in the Vanarama National League having already agreed contract extensions with two players. Manager Mark Bower has also seen a…

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The top five contenders for Leeds United job

by Jamie Bye and Joe Hewlett After controversial owner Massimo Cellino’s claims that he is ready to sell the club again and his lack of support for current manager Steve Evans to be a long term solution, we look at the top 5 contenders to be in charge at Elland Road come the start of…

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“Excitement” spreads ahead of Bantams’ play-off bid

By Dom Brown Bradford fans have this week been looking forward to their first appearance in the playoffs since their triumph in 2013. On Sunday, Bradford City take on Millwall at Valley Parade in League One’s play-off semi-first leg. Millwall come in to the match having won their previous four games and are looking to bounce back…

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No trolleybus, should Leeds strive for a tramway?

By Gabriel Day Leeds City Council now has to decide what to do with the £173 million given to use on transport by the government. The controversial trolleybus plan for Leeds was scrapped yesterday by the Department of Transport, but the £173 million funding has been retained by Leeds.  City council leader, Judith Blake, said,…

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Owners are putting unvaccinated pets at risk

By Lauren Entwistle An animal charity has revealed in a study that over 5 million cats, dogs and rabbits have never been vaccinated, leaving them at serious risk of contracting dangerous diseases. Many of the illnesses that pets are vulnerable to, such as the pavovirus, leptospirosis and feline leukemia are preventable with a vaccine, but if…

Student housing: safety

By Daria Wojtas As a first year university student, moving away from home can be a very exciting but hectic ordeal. Once your firm university course option is accepted, the next step is usually to look for your home for the upcoming year. Most find this the most worrying and frustrating stage of organising your pre…

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