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us. They certainly boxed (Kyel) Reidy's side off with a full back in front of a full back on their right hand side.
Bantams boss Phil Parkinson was honest in his assessment of City's Boxing Day defeat at the hands of Rotherham United in front of a bumper crowd at the Coral Windows Stadium.
McBurnie lasted 73 minutes before being replaced by Alan Connell.
The City chief said: "We've had plenty of good times at the club in the last eighteen months or so. We've all enjoyed those times but now we're having a bit of a difficult Nike Football Kids
"For a seventeen year old to play the full ninety minutes in a senior game like this though would have put him at risk of injury. He did have a whack from the first half anyway, so we decided to take him off in the second half.
Parkinson acknowledges that his side certainly isn't in ideal form at present but he knows only hard work and commitment will get City back winning again.
"He has worked so hard and waited patiently for his opportunity. He has had a bit of a funny season so far. He has been away on internationals a couple of times and he's also had a few niggling injuries.
The game also saw the Bantams go in behind at half time at home for the seventh time in their last eight matches.
With City's goalscorer at Peterborough United last weekend, Andy Gray, joining Hanson on the sidelines, Parkinson chose to give seventeen year old striker Oliver McBurnie his first ever senior start for the club.
"We had some key players out today (Thursday) so we always knew it was going to be a tough ask against a good side like Rotherham but, despite all that, I still felt we could have done better.
Parkinson honest after Rotherham defeat
Without the injured James Hanson, the Bantams struggled to make any inroads against Rotherham in the second period as the South Yorkshire side eased over the finishing line.
Over 18,200 City's biggest home crowd of the season saw a single strike from Millers attacker Haris Vuckic after twenty Soccer Shoes Vs Baseball Cleats
"We seemed to feel sorry for ourselves for a period after that, but we came through that and I felt towards the end of the half we did well again.
"Second half, however, we were poor. You have to give Rotherham credit, they made it difficult for Nike Soccer Cleats Teal
"Given his age, it was a big call to put him in but he is a good player and he has great technical ability. He's also brave and he can finish when given the chance.
City's narrow loss to Steve Evans' Millers means the Bantams' last twelve league games have seen Parkinson's men collect one win, six draws and five losses.
Parkinson added: "He's won his headers, he was strong and committed, and he has deserved his chance.
"We have to pull together and come through it the other side though.
"We have to protect our younger players that is the most important thing. Physically, today's game was a massive ask for him but he acquitted himself well."
"As a group of staff and players, we will be sticking together, and I know the fans will do the same and will be right behind us come Sunday (vs Swindon Town).
"We have to make sure we roll our sleeves up, put in a really committed display, and play with that little bit more quality and calmness on the ball."
"We looked like a side at half time who have gone in behind one too many times. Couple that with playing against a very good side, it was always going to be difficult for us today."
"On the whole, we have shown good calmness and made the right decisions on the ball over the last eighteen months or so but in the second half we have lost our way a bit.
Along McBurnie, Irish defender Carl McHugh was brought into the side to replace the suspended Rory McArdle for his first league appearance of the campaign.
minutes hand all three points to the visitors.
"Some of our decision making when we had the ball was uncharacteristically poor. I don't think it was a lack of effort, I really don't, we just didn't play with that calmness on the ball.
Parkinson added: "I thought he did really Football Boots X well in the first half.
Parkinson continued: "I felt first half we started well and I was really pleased, but then we've conceded a goal which was an excellent finish.
"Hanse (James Hanson) has been injured for a week or so now and Andy Gray came in last week (vs Peterborough) and did well but unfortunately picked up a dead leg which hasn't really improved.
"We had some experienced target men out for today so we put in Ollie. It was a big call but I thought he worked hard.
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