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 By PA Sport

Burnley apologise to Bradford over alleged racist incident

Jose Mourinho says after working for three years with Pep Guardiola at Barca, the two now have a professional relationship as opponents.
Andre Gray, who scored a brace at Bradford, hit out over the incident on Twitter.

Burnley have apologised to Bradford after one of their supporters was ejected from Saturday's preseason friendly at Valley Parade following an alleged racist incident.

The Premier League club have confirmed a visiting fan was ejected after a Bradford player reported the individual to the match officials, claiming he had been repeatedly racially abused.

The supporter has denied the allegations but other witnesses have backed up the complaints of the player involved.

 By PA Sport

German investors to take over at League One Bradford City

Bradford City will reveal further details of the deal on Tuesday.

Two German investors have completed a takeover of Bradford City, the League One club have announced.

The Bantams, currently owned by joint chairmen Mark Lawn and Julian Rhodes, will reveal more details of the deal next week.

The city's Bradford Telegraph and Argus newspaper has claimed the two investors are Edin Rahic and Stefan Rupp.

 By PA Sport

Football League proposal met with backlash by lower-division clubs

Bradford would vote against the Football League's proposal for a new structure.

Bradford's joint chairman Mark Lawn has branded the Football League's proposals to introduce a fifth division to the English professional ranks as "ridiculous."

The league wants to create four divisions of 20 teams below the Premier League in time for the 2019-20 season, increasing the number of professional clubs in England from 92 to 100, but Lawn is vehemently opposed to the plan.

"We've had this structure for years because it has suited the majority of clubs, so why change it?" Lawn told Press...