Bradford's James Hanson: 'I stacked shelves for a living'

Goalscoring hero James Hanson celebrates after Bradford beat Aston Villa to reach the League Cup final on January 22, 2013
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Bradford City striker James Hanson reveals that he used to stack shelves before moving to the Bantams, who are in the final of the League Cup.

Bradford City striker James Hanson has revealed that he used to work in a convenience store before joining the League Two club.

The Bantams will travel to Wembley for the League Cup final after overcoming Premier League opponents Aston Villa 4-3 on aggregate earlier this week.

"I was enjoying non-league football for Guiseley in the Northern Conference," The Sun quotes Hanson as saying. "You get paid quite good money and I was working as well, stacking shelves for the Co-op."

Hanson and his teammates will go up against Swansea City in the final.

Bradford forward James Hanson celebrates scoring the equaliser against Aston Villa on January 22, 2013
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