Fans at Nahki Wells's home town club were enthralled as they watched him play for Bradford in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. *Photo by Don Burgess
Fans at Nahki Wells's home town club were enthralled as they watched him play for Bradford in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. *Photo by Don Burgess
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Fans at Nahki Wells’s home town club are enthralled as they watch him play for Bradford in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley.

They were able to watch the game thanks to the Bermuda Sun and retailer M&M International — we teamed up yesterday to replace a broken TV.

Juvy Virgil, who painted a sign for Wells to hang at the club, just told the Bermuda Sun: "I remember him form school days and it's a good feeling to know he's accomplished something so great from a place so small.

"It's a good feeling to be able to watch him on TV."

There are about two dozen spectators. 

Western Stars president Wayne Campbell said even though Bradford City are down 2-0 "it's still early and there's still time so we're hopeful. The turnout is great. I didn't expect this many.

"This is just a tribute to Nahki, to see him at Wembley.”