WOAP’s infrequent series about the lifestyle and culture of supporting Bradford City continues with Jason McKeown looking back on his teenage years following the club.
Kicking off a new, infrequent WOAP series about the culture of supporting a football team and, specifically, Bradford City, Jason McKeown looks at how life has changed through becoming a dad.
Bradford City’s season ticket sales have hit record numbers, as a new generation of fans have come on board.
As Bradford City prepare for an exciting campaign playing in front of a record number of season ticket holders, the Premier League soap opera continues to move away from reality.
“Thinking back I can’t remember any sound and I can’t recall what was happening to any individual around me. I knew I had to move. Quickly. So I did what I had been conditioned to do from following City all these years.”
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“Thirty years on, we will steadfastly refuse to let recent events overshadow what really matters.”
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