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Bradford City temporary manager Kevin McDonald has stated that he will remain in charge until he is “told differently.”

Bradford City appointed the Scotsman as interim manager earlier this month. The League Two club is looking for a replacement for Mark Hughes.
Under McDonald, the Bantams have won all three of their games. This weekend, they defeated AFC Wimbledon 1-0 at home, with Emmanuel Osadebe scoring the only goal.

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According to the Telegraph & Argus, McDonald remarked after the game, “I’ll speak to Ryan (Sparks) after the game and I’m sure we’ll say well done to each other and we’ll move on.”

“We’ve had honest, confidential conversations between the two of us so we both know exactly how it is and that’s the way it will be until told differently.”

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Bradford are not in a hurry to appoint a new manager because McDonald appears to be getting the most out of their players at the moment.

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They must ensure that their next appointment is correct if they are to be promoted to League One. Last season, the Yorkshire club made the play-offs but were defeated in the semi-finals by eventual winners Carlisle United over two legs.

When Hughes, formerly of Manchester City, Fulham, and Stoke City, took over at Valley Parade, eyebrows were raised. He guided the Bantams into the top seven but was let go after their terrible start to the season.
Bradford has risen to 11th in the table because to McDonald’s two league victories. They are presently only three points behind seventh-placed Gillingham, having collected 19 points from their first 13 games.

The next game is at home against Wrexham. They will then travel to MK Dons to try to maintain their momentum.


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