Wells Makes Bradford ‘Best Goal Of Decade’ List

January 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Nahki Wells’ time in Bradford has once again been highlighted, with a goal by the Bermudian striker ranking fourth in the Telegraph & Argus Bradford City’s Goal of the Decade list.

“James Hanson’s cup semi-final goal against Aston Villa has been voted by T&A readers as the Bantams goal of the decade,” the Telegraph & Argus reported.


“Hanson’s effort won the vote out of our five contenders with 41 per cent, with Billy Knott’s thunderbolt against Leeds United claiming an honourable second place with 29 per cent.

“Mark Yeates was third on 21 per cent with his goal against Chelsea which capped off a famous 4-2 FA Cup upset.

“Nahki Wells was fourth with five per cent for his screamer against Rochdale, while Kyel Reid was fifth with four per cent for his strike against Walsall.”

In posting the video above, which was originally posted back in 2014, the Telegraph & Argus said, “The young Bermudian was barely known when Phil Parkinson gave him a chance in the FA Cup first round.

“Everyone knew his name after he picked up possession well inside his own half and just kept going. As Rochdale continued to back off, Wells got within 25 yards of goal where he sent the ball crashing in.”

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