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Bradford Game Postponed

Bantams' clash called off for international call-ups

6 November 2019

Colchester United's game against Bradford City has been postponed

Due to be played next Saturday, November 16th, the game will now have to be rearranged due to U's players being away with their national sides.

Brandon Comley, (Montserrat), and Luke Gambin, (Malta), who both missed U's games last month, will be joined on international duty by Callum Harriott.

Harriott has been called up by Guyana for their upcoming CONCACAF Nations League matches against Aruba and Jamaica, meaning that the U's match against Bradford will not now go ahead next Saturday due to three call-ups.

Midfielder Comley will also be in CONCACAF action, with his Montserrat side taking on El Salvador and Saint Lucia over the international weekend.

Closer to home, Maltese star Gambin will be taking on Spain and Norway in the EURO Qualifiers.

A new date for the Bradford fixture will be announced in due course - any tickets already purchased for next Saturday's game will be valid for the rearranged date. 

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