Bradford City put unusual signed item on eBay IT is unlikely to be something many fans focused on on Saturday afternoon, when Andy Cook drilled home a penalty to seal City's 2-0 win against Rochdale at Valley Parade. But in the wild celebrations that followed the goal, a pumped up Cook took his energy and adrenalin out on a ballboy's stool. He smashed the thing to smithereens, and it was in no state for the poor ballboy to sit on afterwards. But after being presented with the item after the match by team-mate Elliot Watt, a sheepish Cook agreed to sign it. 😅 | Call us crazy, but — Bradford City AFC (@officialbantams) [@andy9cook] has signed the poor ballboy's stool he destroyed - with an animated goal celebration on Saturday - and it's now available on our official [@eBay] store... 👇 | Get bidding, Bantams! ➡️ | Shop: [#BCAFC] | [#TakeMeHome] [pic.twitter.com/CQNxVRAOtA] [October 6, 2021] The [Bantams](/sport/sportbcfc/) have now put that signed chair on eBay, alongside the more usual fare of kits and memorabilia. The highest bid for the broken stool so far is £25, and you can up that by visiting their eBay page here . Comments: Our rules We want our comments to be a lively and valuable part of our community - a place where readers can debate and engage with the most important local issues. The ability to comment on our stories is a privilege, not a right, however, and that privilege may be withdrawn if it is abused or misused. Please report any comments that break our rules.
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