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Flynn stay pleases Bantams boss

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Manager Peter Taylor has expressed his delight at Michael Flynn`s decision to pen a new deal at Bradford.

The 29-year-old made 42 league appearances for the Bantams last season, scoring six goals in the process and Taylor believes his decision to stay is a massive boost.

"I am very pleased Michael has signed a new deal," Taylor told the Bradford Telegraph & Argus.

"I think he has played very well during my time at the club and his strength is that he can score goals from midfield and also play up front.

"It was important we got him signed up, as well as Lee Bullock. You will never have a good season if you play the same team and the same way every week, so we need different strengths in every position.

"We have got a good mix and it'll allow us to adapt our style."

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