Width of a Post shortlisted at Football Blogging Awards


By Jason McKeown

We are delighted to announce that Width of a Post is a finalist in the 2016 Football Blogging Awards. We’re shortlisted as the Best Football Club Blog, with the awards ceremony at Old Trafford, Manchester on Thursday 17 November.

Our very good friends Bantams Banter are also shortlisted for Best Podcast, in recognition of their return to producing regular shows once again. Both ourselves and Bantams Banter have made the final purely because of votes by City fans – so a massive thank you to those of you who have voted.

Going for victory…

The Best Football Club category is a competitive field, as we are up against blogs that cover Liverpool, Barcelona, Manchester United and Everton. Oh and Leeds United and Bolton Wanderers too…

So if you like what we do and want to help Bradford City sock it to the big boys once more (plus get one over old and new rivals!), please can we ask you to vote for us to win?

We’re up for two awards on the night – one judged by these guys and the other based purely on public vote. This is where you come in.

I am voting in @TheFBAs for @TheWidthofaPost as the Best Football #Club Blog

(If you voted before to get us on the shortlist, these votes aren’t taken forwards so please can we ask you to vote again?)

And don’t forget Bantams Banter too…

Tom and Dom are in the Football Podcast category that you’ll find on the same Football Blogging Awards website page, or copy and paste the text below to vote for then:

I am voting in @TheFBAs for @bantamsbanter as the Best Football #Podcast

Let’s party like its 2013…

Three years ago both ourselves and Bantams Banter were incredibly proud to win awards at the FBAs, and we’d dearly love to be celebrating another Bradford City double.

We hugely value all the help and support we receive from our readers at WOAP, and if you can do this one extra thing and vote for us it would mean the world.

Thank you.

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4 replies

  1. Done,best of luck!

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