Bantams show trio the door

Bradford have terminated the contracts of Michael Flynn, Craig Fagan and Chris Mitchell by mutual consent.

Last Updated: 30/04/12 at 16:28

Flynn: One of three gone

Flynn: One of three gone

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The contracts of all three players were due to expire in the summer and they have all been released early by manager Phil Parkinson.

Midfielder Flynn, 31, who arrived on a free transfer from Huddersfield in the summer of 2009, has made 36 appearances for the Bantams this season and was captain on a number of occasions.

Striker Fagan, 29, was given a one-year deal in September when he signed for an undisclosed fee, following his release from Hull the previous June.

Mitchell, 23, joined Bradford on a free transfer from Falkirk last summer and made 17 appearances for the club.

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