Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson has wished Reading all the best in their next FA Cup quest.
The Royals are into the semi-final of the famous cup competition for the first time since 1927 where they will have the monumental task of taking on holders Arsenal at Wembley.
Following the 3-0 loss to Reading on Monday night, Bantams manager Parkinson wanted to wish Steve Clarke's men all the best for the final four fixture at English football's headquarters.
"We wish them all the best in the semi-final against Arsenal," he said.
Hal Robson-Kanu, Garath McCleary and Jamie Mackie scored while Filipe Morais was sent off as Bradford's giant-killing run in the FA Cup came to a close in Berkshire.
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