Bantams fail to fly

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Disappointed Bradford boss Stuart McCall felt his side missed a chance to get back into the play-off frame following their goalless draw at Chester.

The Bantams are now a point adrift of the top seven following a poor run of five league matches without a win.

And McCall, who has vowed to resign if the Bantams don't make the play-offs, said: "I half-expected a draw when I saw the conditions. I thought we did not really create enough chances to win and a draw was probably a fair result."

He added: "I don't think we are playing as well as we have been for the majority of the season.

"We've still got six games left and we have got to fight and scrap and see what happens."

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