Date: 7th April 2014 at 9:32pm
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Manager Lee Johnson made a huge point of passing praise onto the 1,322 fans that travelled to Bradford and were treated to a three two victory last Saturday.

Goals from James Wesolowski and then a brace from Jonson Clarke-Harris gave us a fantastic win over Bradford, and the score line would’ve looked more comprehensive had they not grabbed a second towards the death of the game.

Speaking to the Official Site Johnson opened his after match speech by talking about the fans and how they helped roar the side on.

‘It was fantastic support and very much appreciated. I’m delighted that the lads have given them a smile on their face for the next couple of weeks.’

Even chief executive Neil Joy got in on the act as the club released a separate article pointing out that our away following were the highest in League One last Saturday and he had bags of credit for the atmosphere those who travelled helped generate as he knows they played a big part in what he felt was a ‘terrific performance and victory.’

But back to the game and back to Johnson.

‘It was always going to be a tough game but I’m delighted we’ve won the game. I’m glad we got three goals because we put in a good performance. We defended well despite giving away the two goals. I’m content that we got the three points as I’m mindful that we’re not playing next week. Results went against us as the team below us picked up points but we can look forward now and see how high we can finish.’

The victory obviously pushes us to five unbeaten in the league as well and does make our points tally look a little bit brighter although you still look at those teams below us with a game or so in hand, so a few more wins would certainly do us the world of good as we head into the final games of the campaign.

Plenty of time for the team to rest up though and prepare for the five matches that follow as we don’t face Colchester until April 18th.

Finishing the interview, the gaffer also had praise for Clarke-Harris who bagged his first brace and in fact his first and second goals since we welcomed in 2014 and his season total now reads as eight for the season and his overall performance was what pleased Johnson.

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