39-year-old Stan Warby said he had been at a football match dressed as the superhero when a friend called asking for help handing himself into police
The Welsh side celebrated their Wembley victory over Bradford with an open-top bus parade yesterday
Swansea City 5 Bradford City 0
Bradford City did not try to make Swansea City look good. They came to compete rather than entertain, to stay in the Capital One Cup final for as long as they could given the obvious gulf in class between the two teams. The 5-0 score does justice to that margin but no one could accuse Bradford of being casual, open or over-awed. They dug in for as long as they could, before they were over-run.
Aston Villa and West Ham both need to reverse recent form as the Claret-and-Blues go hammer and tongs in Birmingham today.
Bargain of the season is preparing for the biggest month of his career
Jonathan de Guzman has warned his Swansea team-mates their attitude must be spot on if the club's first major cup final appearance is not to end in disappointment.
Aston Villa's players have been warned by Millwall that if they thought 6,500 Yorkshiremen taunting them from the stands was humiliating, they should wait until they get to the Den.
Parkinson has led Bradford to the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup
Southend United 2 Bradford City 2: Bantams get back to the routine grind with a draw against Southend in League Two
The West Bromwich Albion midfielder tells Steve Tongue why only strong action will tackle the conmen
League Two side beat Gunners on penalties
Betting advice from Michael Holden of Best of the Bets
Goals were at a premium in League Two on Tuesday with eight out of 11 matches finishing under 2.5 goals and we fancy more of the same on Saturday with our focus fixed on a couple of interesting tussles in particular. Let's start with Morecambe v Barnet at the Globe Arena.
Bradford boss Phil Parkinson declared himself “ecstatic” with his team's efforts after the npower League Two outfit pulled off a giant-killing at Wigan to secure a place in the Capital One Cup quarter-finals.
Former footballer Dean Windass has been banned from driving and ordered to do 250 hours of unpaid work after admitting being three times over the drink-drive limit when he crashed into a parked car.