WOAP speaks to James Mason about a season of huge change, the new transfer strategy, Wembley and the club’s strategy if they make it to the Championship.
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.
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.
“Stuart McCall is bringing something new to Bradford, to the camp, that I’ve not seen before.” James Meredith speaks to WOAP co-editor Katie Whyatt about the new Bradford City, the Socceroos and where he wants to finish his career.
With the big kick off fast approaching, new Bradford City manager Stuart McCall talked to WOAP about his return to VP, how his summer transfer business is going, and the targets for the season.
The Bradford City board throw their weight behind Phil Parkinson, now he needs to re-establish the high performing culture he first instilled
Phil Parkinson has endured a difficult start to 2016, but he needs his squad to rise to the standards of the high-performing 2012/13 and 2014/15 teams.
A year on from Bradford City’s 4-2 win over Chelsea, WOAP co-editor Katie Whyatt speaks to four people who enjoyed unique vantage points at Stamford Bridge.
WOAP Deputy Editor Katie Whyatt speaks to Phil Parkinson about his Bradford City vision, what happened with Andrew Davies – and how he pulled off the greatest FA Cup upset of all time.
WOAP deputy editor Katie Whyatt meets City defender Rory McArdle to talk hopes for the new season, Chelsea and THAT Sheffield United wrestling move.
James Mason tells WOAP about his first nine months at Valley Parade, the close season transfer activity and the challenge of keeping 18,021 people happy.