Bradford City Re-Sign Initially Released Winger Dylan Mottley-Henry

Bradford City have re-signed Dylan Mottley-Henry to a one-year deal, less than two months after he was released by the club following a short-term spell. This is now Mottley-Henry’s third spell with the club having initially come through their academy. He joins Billy Clarke (also now on his third spell) and Levi Sutton in signing for the Bantams so far this summer.

Bradford City Re-Sign Dylan Mottley-Henry


Mottley-Henry Delighted to Be Back

Speaking to the club website about re-joining, Mottley-Henry said: “It is a great feeling to be back. This period has been very tough and no one really knew what was happening.

“The supporters are brilliant to me and I get nothing but good vibes from the club. I am ready to do everything to push on and get as many goals and assists as I can.

“This is a big club and we definitely do not deserve to be in League Two. We are going to prove that this season, push up the table and get promoted.”

Career So Far

Mottley-Henry came through the Bradford academy but only made two league appearances for them in his first spell. He had loans at Altrincham and Bradford Park Avenue in non-league before signing for Barnsley.

However, in four years with the Tykes, he made just 12 league appearances and spent most of his time out on loan – he had two spells at Tranmere Rovers and also played for Chesterfield and Harrogate Town.

Mottley-Henry re-signed for Bradford in January, making seven appearances before the early curtailment of the season. He was initially released in May but has now joined the club once more to bolster their forward ranks.


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