It's been another busy winter transfer window in West Yorkshire, with Bradford Park Avenue manager Adam Chabukiani parting ways with eight more players.
Following the part-exchange between Bradford's Stephen Arthurworrey and Wolves' Tyias Browning, as well as the £600,000 fee received from Watford for left-back Anthony Breslin, Adam Chabukiani has made way for eight more of his colleagues.
Daryl Murphy was the first to leave the club. His time at the club was a period of his career that the veteran would love to forget, especially considering his huge success at Ipswich. He leaves on a free transfer to fellow League One club Reading.
Shortly following him to Reading is central-midfielder Billy Knott. Bradford signed him shortly after his contract at fierce rivals Bradford City had expired. The Bantams fans will be laughing at the midfielder for leaving them due to his lack of appearances this season. He was kept out of the team by Ben Blackmore and Matty James, and now leaves for £80,000 to chase the Play-Off places with Reading.
In another one of the biggest fees paid for a player at Bradford Park Avenue, Fraizer Campbell has left the club for Championship outfit Millwall. Scott Young is lacking firepower in his attack at The New Den, and is nearing relegation with every game that comes. Campbell will hope to turn their season around after signing for them for £300,000.
Another one of Chabukiani's veterans has left the club in the form of goalkeeper Myles Wright. The keeper moved to Yorkshire in January 2016, when Bradford were chasing their first promotion under the legendary manager. He rarely played as Nick Liversedge left Wright with only two appearances that season.
However the two corresponding seasons he was the number one as Liversedge left for America's MLS. With Ben Foster coming in this season, the former England international relegated Wright to second-choice keeper, leading to a £90,000 transfer to Blackburn Rovers.
Bobby Reid is the next player to leave the club as he links up with Championship strugglers Swindon Town for a fee of £110,000. Reid rarely got a look-in this season with Chabukiani, with the midfielder from Bristol City only making four appearances all season - two coming in cup competitions.
Jordi Osei-Tutu has also left the club for fellow League One side Bury for a big fee of £350,000 with monthly installments to be paid. Osei-Tutu regularly battled out the right-back spot with academy graduate Caner Dumlupinar. His departure has enhanced the rumours that Mason Holgate is on his way to Horsfall Stadium.
Summer signings Ola Aina and Reice Charles-Cook were deemed surplus to requirements at the club, as they were released earlier in the month. Bury and Notts County have both expressed interest in Ola Aina since he was released. Meanwhile Tranmere Rovers were taking a look at Charles-Cook, who failed to make a first-team appearance all season.