Andy Rose, 26-year old midfielder scored the lone goal that separated Coventry and Bradford in a highly intriguing game at home. Rose came off the sidelines during the encounter to provide the edge over 10-man Bradford City.
The player made instant impact immediately he came into the game with a shot that came off the bar after latching onto Adam Armstrong’s header. Bradford, whose outside hopes of automatic League One promotion have now all but gone, went close through efforts from Josh Cullen and Jamie Proctor. The team sits in fifth position with 71 points from 43 games.
Bradford tried holding on but the night couldn’t have been worse when substitute Steven Davies was sent off for an off-the-ball incident. This made The Bantams drop to fifth but stay in the play-off spots. On the other hand, Coventry are in 11th position, six points away from the top six teams even after their second win in four days.
Sky Blues Coach Tony Mowbray told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire:
“Andy Rose is a good player. He has a great future at this club. I had a long chat with him before the game, as he was the only change from the weekend.
“He is a fantastic athlete. He is 6ft 2ins, he can head it, he can run, he can spray long passes. His time is going to come.
“The goals had dried up and we were losing matches, but I have always been proud of my players. I have never had to question their desire.”
Coventry face Doncaster Rovers next this weekend in an away match. Being aware of the tough encounter, goal keeper, Reice charles-cook said:
“We have won back to back for a while and we just want to keep it going, see if we can win these last three and give something back to the fans.”