BREAKING NEWS: Bradford City caretaker boss Kevin McDonald issues his verdict on city managerial job – ‘’No real idea’’

Kevin McDonald, Bradford City’s caretaker manager, has said he has ‘no real clue’ whether he will still be in command by the weekend.
Bradford City are looking for a new manager after parting ways with Mark Hughes. The League Two club is presently considering their options.

McDonald, 34, was given interim command. His team has won both of his games as manager, against Swindon Town in the league and Grimsby Town in the Papa John’s Trophy.

In an interview with BBC West Yorkshire, he gave the following latest update on his situation:”I’ll speak with Ryan (Sparks) again tonight and see what happens.”

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“I assume I’ll be on the bench or on the field or whatever until a new manager is appointed.” I really don’t know. I’ll just take it day by day and see how things progress.”

Bradford’s most recent manager
Bradford City must make a crucial decision about who will be their future manager. Last season, they reached the play-offs and are looking for promotion to League One.

Because the players are performing well under McDonald, there is no pressing need to schedule an appointment. He clearly has the team’s support and is getting the most out of them right now.

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He was signed as a player over the summer to add experience to the team.

Bantams’ squad. In his career, the former Sheffield United, Wolves, and Fulham player has made over 550 games.
The Scotsman spent last season in the third tier with Exeter City before becoming a free agent at the end of June when his contract expired.

Bradford’s next fixture is away to AFC Wimbledon on Saturday, and McDonald will take the match unless someone else steps in. He appears unconcerned about the issue and will be focused on guiding the team to its third consecutive victory.

The Bantams are 14th in the table, four points behind of the top seven.

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