Bradford City’s recruitment remains unresolved for the new season, but fan expectations over the type of players Stuart should sign don’t match up to his likely playing style.
The Bantams make a strong start to the new season with an impressive League Cup victory over Bolton
Stuart McCall is in the final 12 months of his contract at a club that has changed managers habitually over the past few years. It’s a make or break moment for the City legend.
Continuing from the analysis of the goalkeepers and defenders, we assess the midfield and attack to see what good and great seasons might look like for each City player.
In the first of a two-part look at each member of Bradford City’s 2020/21 squad, we analyse what a good and a great season might look like for the club’s goalkeepers and defenders.
There’s been a lot of mistakes over recent years, but how can Bradford City start to use those errors to its advantage by learning and moving forwards?
For us Bradford City supporters, the 2020/21 season is going to be like no other – and that could prove challenging at times.
The latest edition of the Width of a Post podcast is now available to listen to, taking stock of how Bradford City are getting by during uncertain times.
Elliot Watt is the latest player to join the Bantams this summer, with an impressive loan spell at Carlisle suggesting he can make an impact at Valley Parade
There’s a dark mood around the supporter conversations around Bradford City right now, and it could have lasting repercussions.