The big occasion of a Bradford City play off game is one for everyone to savour – young and old
As the season nears its conclusion, Bradford City still have some very important history to write.
City have tripped, leapt and dragged their way to 18 draws so far this season – more than any other team in League One – but Stuart McCall must stick to his principles.
James Hanson has left Bradford City for Sheffield United, but a range of debates will rumble on.
Nicky Law is entering his peak years at the place where, in some ways, it all began – managed by the man he always keeps coming back to.
It has been a memorable year for Bradford City, as they had to ride the winds of change.
City come into their own after a tricky start to beat Cambridge United in the EFL Checkatrade Trophy.
Bradford City sit second in the table and are rapidly conquering all their fears.
As Bradford City fly high in the league, winger Filipe Morais speaks to WOAP co-editor Katie Whyatt on life under McCall, life under Mourinho and the squad’s changing playing style.
Katie Whyatt, Alex Scott, Jason McKeown and Tim Penfold hear from Filipe Morais and chew over City’s 3-3 draw with Sheffield United.