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Bantams bag defender Naylor

Bradford have signed defender Tom Naylor on loan from Championship outfit Derby for the next two months.

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The 21-year-old, who moved to Pride Park last season from non-league Mansfield, has joined Phil Parkinson's side until January 12.

Naylor is expected to go straight into the Bantams' squad for their home game against Exeter on Saturday.

Rams manager Nigel Clough told his club's website: "This is a good chance for Tom to get some first-team games under his belt, which is something we've not been able to offer him so far this season.

"He's been playing in the under-21s regularly but first-team football is something you can't replicate so this is a chance for him to go and experience regular football for the next eight weeks or so."

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