Bradford slipped to their fifth defeat in their last seven League Two matches following a slender loss at Leyton Orient on Tuesday night – leaving many of the Valley Parade faithful fuming with manager Stuart McCall’s post-match comments.
In his third spell as manager of the club, McCall is currently finding the going tough at present.
Having guided the Bantam’s to just two victories in six matches prior to the League Two season being suspended last term, which ultimately saw the Yorkshire miss out on the play-offs, Bradford have only won three times in their opening 12 matches this term, and are only two points above danger.
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Tuesday’s latest defeat in East London was their fourth consecutive on the road – with McCall’s men failing to score in that period.
The Bantam’s boss was interviewed by Bradford’s official Twitter following the game at Brisbane Road, and the Valley Parade supporters weren’t happy with McCall’s response to the result.
Here, we’ve been looking at how they responded to his comments on Twitter, of which you can check the best below:
Desire and determination mean nothing if you can't defend and have strikers who couldn't score in a brothel
— Thomas Stirk (@TomStirk1992) November 24, 2020
Getting embarrassing now please just leave
— Rob Beezley (@Robbeezley) November 24, 2020
Basically you're saying at least they tried. What a joke 🤣
— christian (@ChristianMeah) November 24, 2020
— Andrew Flett (@andrew_flett) November 24, 2020
He’s managed 5 wins in this latest spell as manager, we just need to accept this isn’t going to happen!
— Nick Wraith (@yorkbantam) November 24, 2020
Its like its acceptable to lose as long as the lads try hard.. https://t.co/cNvJXFbC3c
— Iain Taylor (@Taylor_bcafc) November 25, 2020
— Cole Bowers (@BcafcCole0) November 24, 2020