Sheffield United Striker Joins City

Marc McNulty Joins City on Loan

Bradford City have today confirmed the loan signing of striker Marc McNulty on a season long loan from Sheffield United, however his parent club has an option to recall the striker in January.  McNulty will now be in contention for this Saturday against Millwall in the Sky Bet League One fixture.

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The Scottish forward enjoyed a profitable loan spell with League Two side Portsmouth last season, where he scored twelve times for Pompey from November onwards. McNulty has a commendable scoring record throughout his career so far having reached double figures for every season he’s played in since 2011.

The proven scorer netted thirteen times for Sheffield United during his first season with the Blades.  He also scored nineteen times for Livingston in the Scottish Championship, form which earned him his move south of the border.

Speaking about signing for Bradford City Marc McNulty said, “I am excited to join a big club like Bradford City, I had a few options but wanted to come here when I knew of the clubs interest.

With the size of the club, the manager and the fan-base here, it was a no-brainer. I spoke with a lot of people who have worked with the manager before and they all spoke very highly of him.  I can’t wait for the opportunity to work with him, hopefully it will benefit me and the club.

I’ve played here a couple of times before with Sheffield United and one thing that always stood out was the size of the crowd and the atmosphere.

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