Since Callum Cooke’s injury Trueman and Sellars have tried a host of players at number 10, but not their most natural number 10.
Bradford City has struggled badly to cope with set backs in recent years, but the events of the past two weeks show Trueman and Sellars are instilling greater resilience.
Bradford City’s are back within touching distance of the play off spots and there is still time to sneak into the top seven, but it won’t be easy.
Bradford City’s current set up is struggling to get the most out of Danny Rowe’s obvious talents.
Watching Bradford City on iFollow has been hard work for some, but for others it’s rekindled a life long love for the club.
The latest Width of a Post podcast is now available, debating the recent slowdown of results, player performances, expectations and how Bradford City have helped us through lockdown.
This week Bradford City stand on the brink of winning five games in a row – you have to go back 17 years for the last time that happened.
One year ago this weekend, we went to watch Bradford City beat Plymouth Argyle. As supporters, we’ve not set foot inside Valley Parade since.
Trueman and Sellars deservedly made permanent managers as Bradford City find success from looking within
Bradford City managers, Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars thoroughly deserve their promotion. And they have every City fan right behind them.
The new Width of a Post podcast is now available, as we reflect on a memorable Bradford City transfer window and the recent resurgence in form.