10 years ago this week, Bradford City exited administration. So much has changed, but other elements remain the same.
A weekend article about 11 May 1985 has sparked a major debate over the past few days.
Bradford City’s FA Cup victory over Dartford was covered live by BBC in an unusual way.
Nahki Wells was an unexpected guest in the away end at Preston, and did not have the best of times.
City’s financial situation is healthy, but there are expectations of a more lasting League Cup legacy.
Aaron Mclean is set to leave on loan, and Phil Parkinson must share responsibility for his failing City career.
Exiled City supporter Matt Birch takes in a Dutch Eredivisie game and compares the experience to VP
The departing David Baldwin has had a huge impact on Bradford City this past seven years.
Ched Evans return to society and probable football comeback throws up a huge dilemma for people within the sport.
Christopher Routis has made an encouraging start to life at Valley Parade, impressing supporters who love foreign players.