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We talk to...Charlotte Stuart (Bradford City)
 Women's Football News 6 Dec 2013
 
We talk to...Charlotte Stuart (Bradford City) - 6 Dec 2013 - Women's Football NewsAfter losing their first two Premier League matches following promotion, Bradford City are starting to climb the Northern Division and are now in mid-table, having lost just one of their last six league matches. 
 
Bradford's improvement has been shown in their last two games, becoming the first team to beat Nottingham Forest this season and following that result up on Sunday with a 4-0 win away to Newcastle Utd.
 
We talked to Charlotte Stuart, who has been a regular in the Bradford City midfield this season, and she told us that her team were always confident that they could acquit themselves well at Premier League level: 
 
Was the win over Newcastle the best performance the team has produced so far this season?
Yes the win over Newcastle was the best team performance, team effort and our movement on and off the ball and our short passing by far the best.

Was it a particularly good result following one from the victory over Nottingham Forest?
It was a great result to carry on our performance from the Forest game.

How much better does the league table look now, seeing the team around mid-table?
Seeing us in mid-table now shows what we all know we can do. We have great players and a great team and we have now started to click.

Was it tough to adjust to Premier League football early on?
I don't think it was tough to adjust to the Premier League, we had a bad start due to players being missing and we brought new players in, so we needed to find our feet and gel as a team.

Has the team been doing anything different in recent weeks or was it a case of adapting to a higher level?
We have all continued to work hard at training, our manager working hard with our training sessions, as well as both players and management watching games back to see what improvements we need, where we were going wrong and progressing from that.

What do you feel the team are capable of achieving now?
Everyone at the club knows the capability of our players. We just needed time to gel as a team, for us the key is to continue on from our last few games and continue moving up the table.

Sarah Danby has been in good form in front of goal recently, have her goals made a big difference?
Danby is a great player and it's great to have someone on form in front of goal, she brings a lot to the team.

You have a big League Cup tie with Stoke City this week, is the club targeting a good run in the cup?
Every game is important to us but our main focus is the league and County Cup, but of course we will be looking to carry on our good form into the Stoke game.


 
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