There is a lot to ponder over regarding the possible change of Bradford City ownership.
As a brilliant season draws to a close, the spotlight falls upon Mark Lawn and Julian Rhodes to keep this going
As the 2014/15 approaches its climax, the focus slowly turns to building on the progress over the summer.
Bradford City begin an exciting week with a downbeat mood over the ticket fall out.
The Supporters’ Board has revealed top half L1 finishes are the minimum target these next two years.
City’s financial situation is healthy, but there are expectations of a more lasting League Cup legacy.
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.
“Sometimes it is easier to allow them to defeat themselves Parkin” – how ‘Sherlock Parkinson’ cracked the case of defeating Leeds United.
By Jason McKeown “I think it’s a big season for Phil,” stated Mark Lawn in early July, although when is it not a big season for any football manager? Unless you are the seemingly unsackable Arsene Wenger, every incumbent in… Read More ›
According to joint-Chairman Mark Lawn, 2014/15’s Budget will be around the 14th-highest in the division – so is it fair to expect a promotion push?