Lewis out of the Hunt at Bradford

14 April 2011 02:30
Bradford defender Lewis Hunt appears to have played his last game for the club this season due to contractual issues. Hunt has featured on 19 occasions for the Bantams this season and due to a clause in his current deal a 20th appearance would have meant a 12-month contract extension, which the club are unable to commit to. Midfielder Lee Bullock stepped in for Hunt at right-back in last week's 3-0 home defeat to Torquay and is expected to continue. Manager Peter Jackson will be without striker James Hanson again due to a hamstring injury and winger Kevin Ellison is still struggling with a thigh problem. Michael Flynn and Gareth Evans started up front for City last week, but Jackson could consider changes, with Scott Dobie, Jake Speight and Chib Chilaka all in contention.

Source: PA