Bradford City played in front of their fans for the first time in 18 months – beginning the season gaining a hard-fought point that might have been three.
Bradford City ended a season to forget with a sixth defeat in seven, leaving the club facing some tough choices in the summer.
Bradford City’s losing run came to an end, but a 0-0 draw against strugglers in equally bad form has done little to inspire confidence.
Bradford City’s worrying form continues with a fifth straight defeat, and there are growing questions about the future.
Despite trying new formations the Bantams went down to a fourth defeat in a row, as City struggle to find any end of season momentum.
A third straight defeat for Bradford City pretty much guarantees they will be a League Two club once again next season.
A late, late Harrogate Town winner might just have spelt the end of Bradford City’s play off hopes, as a slow first half was once again punished.
League Two results offered the Bantams a big chance to close the gap to the play offs, making it a bad time to suffer a first home defeat since December.
Bradford City have edged closer to the play off places, but they made hard work of defeating their struggling opponents.
Clayton Donaldson’s brilliant header earns Bradford City another point, but the race for the final play off spot is hotting up.