Phil Parkinson’s presence in the Bolton dug out on Saturday will irk some but you cannot take away his incredible Bradford City legacy and where it has got us today.
Bradford City come face to face with Phil Parkinson this weekend for the first time since his departure, and in the short-term many are confused about their feelings.
Bradford City welcome Bristol Rovers this weekend with McCall enjoying a near-fully fit squad – and that presents some very different challenges.
By Jason McKeown Peter Taylor’s resignation as Bradford City manager in February 2011 was the beginning of the end to Leon Osborne’s career as a professional footballer. A bright young prodigy who made his debut at 16 in 2007, Osborne… Read More ›
A new book tells the fascinating story of the origins of Bradford sport – and the beginnings of an inter-city rivalry that still exists to this day.
City are one of the three sides still unbeaten. Things are looking good – but what have we learned so far?
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.