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Robertson rouses Posh

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Caretaker boss Dave Robertson enjoyed a winning start in the Peterborough dugout as Posh sank FA Cup heroes Bradford 2-0 at the ABAX Stadium.

Academy manager Robertson, handed the first-team reins following the departure of Darren Ferguson last weekend, guided his side to a welcome win that keeps them within touching distance of the play-off places.

A scruffy goal early in the second half set them on their way. Recalled defender Gaby Zakuani was credited with the goal but Bradford defender Stephen...

Luongo at the double for Robins

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Australia Asia Cup hero Massimo Luongo scored twice to get Swindon's stuttering promotion push back on track with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Bradford.

Swindon's top scorer Andy Williams has already missed a golden chance to open the scoring by putting a free header over the bar when Luongo gave the hosts a 15th-minute lead

Ben Gladwin played a sweeping pass to Jack Stephens who rolled the ball on for Luongo and the former Tottenham midfielder skipped into the area and picked out the bottom corner.

Williams...

Hiwula denies Bantams

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Jordy Hiwula's second-half strike earned Walsall a share of the spoils in their 1-1 draw with Bradford at the Coral Windows Stadium.

Even though the pitch was still a touch on the heavy side, both teams managed to get the ball down and play some nice football in the opening stages, with Hiwula using his pace to create the game's first meaningful chance after seven minutes.

Bradford grew into the game as the half wore on, enjoying the lion's share of possession, but they could not make their chances...

Hanson at the double

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Two first-half goals by James Hanson gave Bradford a 2-0 win at Leyton Orient to leave them just one place and one point from a play-off position.

Hanson struck twice in 11 minutes, taking his personal tally for the season to the 11-goal mark in all competitions.

His first of the evening came on 21 minutes when he collected a cross delivered by Mark Yeates from the right flank before volleying the ball past O's keeper Alex Cisak from 18 yards.

That strike drained confidence from the home side and their...

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BBC in discussions over FA Cup live broadcast fixtures

Bradford added another Premier League scalp on Sunday when they defeated Sunderland 2-0 at Valley Parade to secure a place in the Sixth Round. Courtesy of FA TV.
Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet looks ahead to his side's FA Cup fifth-round match at Bradford City.

The BBC is in discussions with the Football Association about how to make it easier to choose the most exciting FA Cup fixtures to broadcast live.

The broadcaster received criticism for not showing Bradford's shock 2-0 victory over Sunderland in the FA Cup fifth round on Sunday, electing instead to show Aston Villa's match against Leicester.

In a 770-word statement, BBC football editor Mark Cole wrote: "As the game unfolded yesterday at Valley Parade, we shared the frustration of fans and would have...