Just a quick update about the whereabouts of a few former Bantams:
Simon Ramsden – The full-back has been on trial at Stuart McCall’s Motherwell this last week & it looks likely that he may have done enough to earn himself a contract.
Robbie Blake – Who left City to join Burnley for £1 million back in 2002 has signed for League One side Doncaster Rovers following his release from Bolton Wanderers.
Ryan Kendall – The striker who had 6 games on loan from Hull City back in 2010 has this week signed for Northern Premier League side North Ferriby United after leaving Gainsborough Trinity.
Michael Symes – City signed the Symes from Everton back in 2004 but his career at Valley Parade never really took off & he moved to Shrewsbury Town on a free transfer after two Season. The 28-year-old this week completed a move to League One side Leyton Orient after being released by AFC Bournemouth.
Rhys Evans – The former Huddersfield Town keeper who had two separate spells at Valley Parade signed for League Two rivals Exeter City Last week on a 12-month contract. The 30-year-old, who was at non-league Staines Town last season, will be cover for first-choice keeper Artur Krysiak.
Mark McCammon – The former Barbados international played 4 games for City whilst on loan from Gillingham back in February 2010. He’s been in the news this month as he is suing former club Gillingham and their chairman Paul Scally for race discrimination, breach of contract, unfair dismissal and failure of his ex-employer to pay him. The final day of evidence is expected to be on Friday, with the judgement announced at a later date.