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The club still has room for improvement in a few key positions. In this piece, we’ll examine some potential additions to the starting lineup for the upcoming season that could help the team finally get promoted to EFL League One.

We will line up in a 5-3-2 formation for this lineup, as manager Graham Alexander did at the end of the previous campaign.

Standing at 6’4″, the dominant goalkeeper has made an impression since joining the team in January of last year, following Harry Lewis’s departure to Carlisle United.

Walker has been a wise business decision; he joined the team for free while City paid for Lewis, and he appears to be an improvement over Lewis.

Walker, who kept seven clean sheets in 20 games the previous season, will most likely remain in the starting lineup.

Last season, the ball-playing defender had an unmemorable season as Notts County conceded the most goals in the league (86).

Baldwin recently joined Bradford, and in a new setting, he could flourish. The team missed out on Baldwin’s skill on the ball the previous season, so if Baldwin could cut down on his errors, he might be a wise addition.

Stubbs, who made 34 appearances for the team across all competitions last season despite injuries, is frequently considered as one of the best central defenders the team has to offer.

Given Matty Platt’s move to Notts County, Stubbs is probably going to start the season in the starting lineup. Graham Alexander, the manager, has openly discussed his opinions about Stubbs’s aptitude in the media.

The first player on this list who isn’t signed with Bradford is Alex Iacovitti, a 26-year-old Port Vale player.

There is a shortage of height on the roster at the team after Platt and Ash Taylor both left this summer. At 6’3″, Iacovitti could be a decent addition, and his left footedness would give him competition for Ciaran Kelly’s left center-back spot.

Iacovitti’s current contract expires at the end of the following season, so the club may have to pay a signing bonus to secure his services.

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