Bradford City were on course for a fortuitous debut victory under David Hopkin, before a familiar sinking feeling.
Bradford City’s troubled start to the season continued with another lacklustre display on the West coast.
Saturday’s home defeat to Barnsley saw the new season’s tactical approach struggle to impress against high calibre opposition.
The Michael Collins era has begun in hugely promising fashion, with promising attempts to align attack minded football with old fashioned values.
Bradford City’s pre-season preparation begin with a reminder there’s plenty of work still to be done.
Bradford City’s faint, faint play off hopes came to an end with a disappointing home defeat to Southend United at the weekend.
Charlie Wyke’s late, late equaliser at Rochdale probably isn’t enough to keep City’s play off hopes alive, but it was still a moment to enjoy.
Bradford City got back to winning ways on Tuesday night, and the feel-good factor is starting to return.
Thursday night’s timid defeat to Blackburn Rovers was yet another reminder of how much Bradford City have gone backwards since the end of last season.
Bradford City finally showed their commitment to bring their long winless run to an end, with a jet-setting goalkeeper setting the standards.