Width of a Post Podcast – Episode 3

Image by Thomas Gadd (copyright Bradford City)

Image by Thomas Gadd (copyright Bradford City)

Katie Whyatt, Alex Scott, Jason McKeown and Tim Penfold recorded the third episode of the WOAP Podcast this week – and it’s now available to hear online.

They chewed over the Sheffield United game, crowned City’s best centre half of the past six years and one of them uttered the line, “Do you not look at Vincelot’s beard and think, that guy knows how to spear a fish?” as they decided which Bradford City player they’d most like to be stuck on a desert island with.

They also heard from Filipe Morais on Stuart McCall’s management style, life under Jose Mourinho and on the squad’s changing tactics.

Visit mixcloud.com/thewidthofapost or click here to hear the show.

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  1. Thanks, enjoyed this. I’d be interested in a debate/ article/ thoughts about how certain clubs are easy/ hard to beat over multiple seasons. The predictions before Sheffield were lots of goals, and there were. Why do certain clashes have similar outcomes or attributes (nil nil draws or goal fests), when both the the team make up & managers have changed? Is there a DNA that runs across the seasons? For us, is it there due to fans expectations, owners preference, club traditions, what?

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