Width of a Post podcast: Episode 28

By Jason McKeown

The latest Width of a Post podcast is now available to listen to. With Bradford City’s form slightly stuttering of late, Jason McKeown, Tim Penfold and Alex Scott assess the mood amongst supporters and if recent negativity is justified.

Also on this episode:

  • After Gary Bowyer recently switched to a formation of three at the back and two up top, we reflect on how successful the new approach is proving and why it has been adopted.
  • The Bradford City manager has come in for criticism from some City fans lately, whilst others are firmly behind him. We review Bowyer’s performance as manager – what he’s getting right and where it could be going better.
  • And at the end of a hugely eventful decade, we pose the question of if you could re-live 30 seconds of Bradford City action from the last 10 years, what would you choose?

You can listen below and it will also be on iTunes:

Christmas break

WOAP is going to take a break for a couple of weeks over the Christmas period. This is purely so I can prioritise spending time with my young children over the holiday period. Be rest assured that we will be back in early 2020.

Thanks for all your support this year. Have a great Christmas, and see you on the other side.

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9 replies

  1. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year.

  2. Thanks Jason for the year’s insights, updates and informed commentary. Can’t fault your family priorities over the festive season. Enjoy and cherish.

  3. Thanks Jason and the team for all your hard work during 2019. Best wishes for Christmas & the New Year. I hope you receive all the presents you hope for and not one of those Russian dolls, terrible things that they are. I mean, they’re just so full of themselves aren’t they?!

  4. 30 seconds of Bradford City Action. If that is down to a single incident, then it needs quite a lot of thought. So Jason, Tim and Alex can you confirm that is the expectation? 🙂

  5. Great work Jason and the team have a blessed Christmas.

  6. I must be writing on behalf of ALL readers and commenters. when I say thank you, Jason, to you and all your team. I wish you and your family all the very best for Christmas and the New Year.
    Remember that Bradford City is important in our lives, but our family is far, far more important.
    Happy Xmas to all.

  7. Enjoyed this as ever. Yes, you are right to have a family break…but you need to take a leaf out f my 11 year old son’s book. He has chopped up a programme, and created a Top Trumps set from the current squad. A good game, and I forecast LOTs of debate about the ratings he’s gone with…

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