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Bradford City man extends Bantams stay

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Bradford City have announced that midfielder Chris Taylor has extended his stay at Valley Parade until the end of the season. 

Taylor has made nine appearances so far for the Bantams this term after joining the club in November, and his contract was initially set to run until the end of this month.

The former Blackburn Rovers man has featured in City’s last eight games and will hope to keep hold of his place when the Bantams travel to Crawley Town on Saturday.

Speaking to the club’s official media channels on Thursday, Taylor said: “I am absolutely delighted to have signed until the end of the season, I am really enjoying being a Bradford City player.

It is a massive club, where we are all aiming for promotion,” Taylor continued. “We have been in great form recently and I cannot wait to, hopefully, keep this unbeaten run going.”

Bantams boss Gary Bowyer seemed pleased to have secured Taylor’s short-term future and told the club’s official media channels: “Chris boasts a great deal of experience and has the ability to play in a variety of different positions.

He will certainly help us for the rest of the season and is a great person to have around the dressing room,” Bowyer added.

The Verdict 

Taylor has been ever-present in the Bantams’ side since joining in November and this deal seems the best option for all parties involved.

At 33, Taylor will be keen to help the Bantams to promotion to League One and looks set to play a big part in the club trying to bounce back from last season’s relegation.

The midfielder boasts a wealth of experience, amassing over 400 EFL appearances over his career, and the Bantams have shown their intent by extending the player’s contract.

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