City boss happy with role

16 February 2007 12:33
Bradford City caretaker-manager David Wetherall has denied suggestions that he has been given until the end of the season to prove he deserves the job on a full-time basis. Wetherall was handed the reins after Colin Todd was sacked earlier in the week, but claims he is only in temporary charge of first-team affairs until Bantams chairman Julian Rhodes decided on a permanent appointment. "I'm in the caretaker role but however long that's going to last, I don't know," he said. "If it's just for several weeks until the chairman gets someone else in then so be it. "I'm okay with the fact that the chairman has already received some good quality applicants and he'll want to speak to some in due course. "But until I'm told otherwise I'll do the job to the best of my ability and try to get the club moving in the right direction."

Source: ESA

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