Bradford City are starting to develop a welcome habit of winning ugly, but this cannot be the height of their capabilities.
The Bantams go to Walsall this weekend looking to make sure they don’t trip up at the Bescot for the third season in a row.
The latest Width of a Post podcast is now available to listen to, reviewing early season performances, formations, transfers and expectations. Plus we reflect on the greatest Bradford City crossers of the ball
On an important afternoon Bradford City came from behind to win in thrilling circumstances, demonstrating grit and character for the battles ahead.
The ‘ambition’ debate gets louder when the team loses, but strategy is about the bigger picture and doesn’t get reset after every defeat.
Bradford City’s transfer activity ended on a disappointing note as the issues of moving on underachievers held back squad strengthening.
Bradford City went down to another disappointing defeat that leaves further questions about Gary Bowyer’s tactical approach.
Bradford City’s muddling start to the season leaves them falling short of meeting up to some big supporter expectations – but are ambitions realistic?
Beyond any shadow of a doubt this is a defining moment for the history and direction of professional sport in the Bradford district.
After promising back-to-back wins, Bradford City tripped themselves up and endured their first defeat of the season.