Another Bradford City horror show leaves the club with little option but to change manager.
Gary Bowyer remains under huge pressure, but will be lifted by the fight shown by his players.
A horror show for Bradford City at Mansfield has intensified the pressure on manager Gary Bowyer.
Bradford City gained small crumbs of respectability by grinding out an away point that keeps them in the middle of the play off pack.
The Bantams went from a strong position to hanging on for a point at home, and the natives are growing even more restless.
City’s eight game unbeaten run came to an abrupt halt, as once again the Bantams struggled to produce a cohesive attacking performance.
Bradford City produced an uninspiring display at Leyton Orient, as the team were once again reluctant to take risks in pursuit of bigger reward.
Bradford City eventually came out on top of a physical tussle with Newport to get back to winning ways, but there’s a familiar feeling that there’s more in the tank.
Bradford City failed to make the most of their game in hand, after producing another lifeless display to draw in Cheshire.
Bradford City’s return to league action ended in disappointment and falling out of the top three, as another of League Two’s stronger sides bettered the Bantams.