CEO David Baldwin speaks to WOAP one final time before he leaves for the bright lights of the Premier League.
The departing David Baldwin has had a huge impact on Bradford City this past seven years.
Bradford City go to Barnsley this Sunday for a televised Yorkshire derby, looking to extend their four-game unbeaten run.
David Baldwin is to step down as City CEO at the start of next month.
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On the eve of the new season, David Baldwin tells WOAP editor Jason McKeown about the club’s busy summer activity and objectives for the campaign.
Part two of WOAP’s in-depth interview with Chief Executive David Baldwin.