Law seeking loan stars
NICKY Law is looking to follow Ipswich Town's lead and start bringing in loan players to shore up his crumbling side.The Bradford City boss lamented the lack of class in his side which he felt did well against a stronger Ipswich side.
NICKY Law is looking to follow Ipswich Town's lead and start bringing in loan players to shore up his crumbling side.
The Bradford City boss lamented the lack of class in his side which he felt did well against a stronger Ipswich side.
He said: "It is tough for us at the moment and confidence is lacking.
"We have a young side and it is tough when you come up against a quality team like Ipswich.
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"The lads do their best and that is all they can do.
"We have injury problems and we may start looking at loan players as Ipswich have. But we have to stay together and take heart from the way we finished against a quality side with talented players."
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