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
6. Nathaniel Knight-Percival
7. Jake Reeves
8. Daniel Devine
9. Omari Patrick
11. Nicky Law
14. Dominic Poleon
15. Paul Taylor

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

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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