There is a different feel about Bradford City this season, and Jason McKeown and Tim Penfold look at the changing tactics.
Saturday’s impressive Bradford City performance was especially special for one long-serving supporter.
Bradford City’s thrilling 3-1 victory over Bristol Rovers was a triumph for Stuart McCall’s tactics, with Charlie Wyke, Nathaniel Knight-Percival and Tony McMahon shining.
Bradford City’s stuttering start to the season means close season rumours of issues behind the scenes continue to rumble, and the overall objective has muddied.
It’s been a tricky summer for Bradford City, but pulling together on the eve of the new season can be the catalyst for big things to happen.
By James Grainger Well we can safely say it’s under way. Since the January transfer window the signings we have made, with the exception of Paul Taylor, are twenty five years of age or younger. Charlie Wyke (24), Alex Jones… Read More ›
As the squad builds up nicely for the new season, Stuart McCall has plenty of options for how he lines Bradford City up.
What to expect from us over the 2017/18 season
Mark Marshall’s move to Charlton throws up yet more doubts about Bradford City’s prospects next season, but there’s a long, long way to go.
The club has put to bed weeks of rumour and speculation, and now the focuses firmly switches to next season.