Bantams give trial to trio
By Steven Luckings
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Graeme Tomlinson, who was formerly on Bradford's books before a dream move to Manchester United ended with the player drifting into non-League football with Kingstonian, scored the Bantams only goal in a 3-1 defeat.
The other two players on trial were Leam Richardson and Mark Danks.
Richardson is a full-back from Bolton Wanderers and Danks, released in the summer by Wolves, is about to sign scholarship forms with the club.
The trio were trying to impress Bradford boss Nicky Law, in the hope of earning contracts with the First Division side.
Tomlinson, scored a simple tap-in and on 26 minutes drew a spectacular save from 25 yards out, by England goalkeeper Nigel Martyn.
Leeds fielded several first team players including Martyn, Michael Duberry, Stephen McPhail and Michael Bridges and eventually their class showed with McPhail and Bridges (2) netting for United.