Boss pleased wth midfilelder's frist taste of first-team football
teve Davis is hoping that Ryan Wintle’s first appearance at Bradford at the weekend will become the first of many for the midfielder. Wintle, has had to wait patiently to finally get minutes on the pitch, but he marked his senior debut for the club when replacing Adam King with 11 minutes remaining.S
The former Alsager Town teenager was eager to get on the ball and showed some confident touches in the club’s 2-0 defeat to the Bantams.
Boss Steve Davis was pleased that Wintle was the latest youngster to make his first team debut and he told the club’s official web-site: “Ryan came on and wasn’t fazed for his first game. He wanted to get on the ball and pass it and although he is only 18, he is used to men’s football coming from non-league and he is used to battling away.
“We hope he will be another one with a bright future. I hope that his debut is just the start for him and he can go on and play a load more games for the first team here because he has some really good qualities and he has shown that he can take a goal.”