After last week’s thrilling ending, WOAP writers reflect on the greatest Bradford City late comebacks of all time.
Filipe Morais is performing well for Bolton after leaving Bradford City in January, proving the value of making a short-term signing.
Bradford City continue to confound expectations by growing the club through affordable football.
A late and memorable Charlie Wyke double saves Bradford City’s unbeaten home record and keeps them firmly in the promotion hunt.
The greatest Bradford City comebacks of all time
March 24, 2017
When a change is as good as a rest
March 22, 2017
Team Twenty campaign makes you even prouder to be a Bradford City fan
March 21, 2017
The run-in begins as Bradford City travel to Charlton
March 13, 2017
Christmas previewed: The Bantams welcome in-form Scunny and out-of-form Bury at a crucial stage of the season
December 23, 2016
Back to the bread and butter as Bradford City welcome Rochdale
November 11, 2016
The 2016/17 season preview: change of people, change of mentality
August 3, 2016
2015/16 previewed: Continuity offers reasons to be optimistic for a promotion push
August 7, 2015
2015/16 previewed: Phil Parkinson and the return of 4-4-1-1
August 6, 2015
The Verdict Special: January window business has left some gaps, but a top six finish still looks achievable
February 8, 2017
The half season Verdict: New era begins in promising fashion, but still room for improvement
December 19, 2016
The early season Verdict: Impressive start underlines huge Bradford City potential
September 8, 2016