Date: 13th November 2015 at 8:34am
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Having been given his first international call up this season, which would have come previously – and perhaps for him to have gone to the last World Cup but for injury, James Meredith has had to wait for his chance but this has now come!

Meredith was handed his international debut by Australia this week.

The Bradford left back started, and finished, the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Kyrgyzstan in Canberra as Australia ran out three-nil winners to close in our the Asian Group B leaders Jordon.

Next up for Australia, and all being well Meredith once again with the Bantams man looking to add to his maiden cap, is a qualifier with Bangladesh on Tuesday.

It’s good news for him but a player starting out his career is Reece Webb-Foster, with is also good news for him as he’s the Official Website has confirmed his signing of a first professional contract at Valley Parade.

The 17-year-old, who made his first-team debut for Bradford in the League Cup last season against MK Dons as a 16-year-old, has signed a deal that will keep him with the Bantams until the summer of 2018 at least.

Prolific in the Bradford youth team, and previously named on the bench for a League 1 meeting with Gillingham in April, the striker will be looking for further force his way into Phil Parkinson’s first-team plans now with him handed the squad no.34.


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