The Football league Trophy begins its controversial revamp this week, and protests against it need to be done in a way that brings the right type of change.
The bright new era at Bradford City is already leading to supporters talking down the recent past, but it’s nothing new and shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
Everyone is desperate for City to sign a 20-goal-a-season striker, but recent history demonstrates the pitfalls of relying too much on one man.
The first two games of Bradford City’s season has featured plenty of promise, but also some familiar frustrations finding the back of the net.
Rahic and Rupp have discussed their hopes for blooding young players at Valley Parade, but what does this mean for the bigger picture?
Valley Parade has seen huge changes this summer making it almost impossible to forecast how this season will turn out.
Romain Vincelot signing for Bradford City has lifted spirits, and the pre-season defeat to Burnley showcased a new approach for the season.
Edin Rahic, Stuart McCall and the new coaching team met with supporter groups to discuss the new Bantams era.
“We will never forget what he did for us, nor should we ever underestimate the success he delivered.”
Stuart McCall has history of making a success from a potentially tricky return to Valley Parade, and repeating that feat this time would really be something.