Date: 19th July 2017 at 1:21pm
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As they had against German club TV Echterdingen on Saturday, Bradford came from behind to win again at Guiseley on Tuesday.

City hit back against Adam Lockwood’s side to record a 2-1 victory at Nethermoor.

Guiseley were ahead through a trialist before Bradford go on level terms when one of Stuart McCall’s own trialist scored – this being veteran former Scotland international defender Gordon Greer.

Having set up the equaliser City’s Tony McMahon, a number to play the full 90, then scored the winner.

City XI
1. Colin Doyle
2. Tony McMahon
3. Adam Chicksen
5. TRIALIST
6. Nathaniel Knight-Percival
7. Jake Reeves
8. Daniel Devine
9. Omari Patrick
11. Nicky Law
14. Dominic Poleon
15. Paul Taylor

Substitutes:
12. George Sykes-Kenworthy (GK)
4. Reece Powell
10. Ellis Hudson
16. Jacob Hanson
17. Tyrell Robinson
18. Curtis Peters
20. Callum Gunner
22. Lachlan Barr

Substitutions:
Robinson for Poleon (78), Hudson for Taylor (78), Barr for TRIALIST (81)

Stuart McCall, who told the Telegraph & Argus a decision would be made on Greer within the next 24 hours, was always expecting a competitive fixture against near neighbours Guiseley, as it proved.

A ‘good exercise’ saw the boss pleased with plenty of things.

‘I knew it was going to be a competitive game. Adam (Lockwood) has built a good squad there, he’s got a bit of experience but also a lot of energy as well. I think they’ll do fine next year. The surface was good and made for quick, passing football. We lost a soft goal early on from a corner but it was a good exercise. I’m pleased with a lot of things. A lot of lads got 90 minutes in their legs and it was a decent run-out.’

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