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The 3 Bradford City players who may not play for the club again

Bradford City are focused on a late push towards the League Two play-off places, but one eye will also be on plans for the upcoming summer transfer window.

Bradford City sit 15th in the League Two table after 33 games played. However, the West Yorkshire side are just five points outside of the play-off spots in a congested division.

Regardless of the division that they will find themselves in next season, the Bantams will no doubt be clearing the League Two decks at Valley Parade. Some of those heading away from BD8 may well have already played their last game for the club

With that in mind, we look at three players who may have already played their last game for the Bantams…

 

Luke Hendrie

During his third stint with National League side Hartlepool United, it has been confirmed that Hendrie is set to miss the rest of the season through injury. It means he’s now back with parent club Bradford City, but is poised to spend the rest of the campaign on the treatment table.

As a result, it could be that he’s made his last Bantams outing given that his deal is up at the end of this season.

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Vadaine Oliver

32-year-old Oliver joined Bradford City in July 2022 in a free transfer from Gillingham. He moved to League One Stevenage on a half-season loan in mid-January and since then, he has featured six times for the Boro, registering one assist.

His contract at Bradford City runs until June 2025. However, with City favouring other striker options, frontman Oliver could be one moving on in the summer.

Finn Cousin-Dawson

Defender Cousin-Dawson has been with the Bantams since progressing through the club’s academy system. He signed a contract extension in 2021 that runs out at the end of June.

Since 2019, the versatile 21-year-old has spent time out on loan at Brighouse Town, Spennymoor Town and is currently on loan at Blyth Spartans. He’s played 33 games for them this season, scoring two goals. He is likely to be one of the Bantams whose future lies away from Valley Parade.

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