Bradford City’s latest managerial change is a further indicator of the club’s dismal slump over the past 12 months.
After a poor run of form the Bradford City manager has fallen on his sword, opening up the possibility that new ideas can bring much-needed impetus.
Bradford City suffered a horrendous and possibly season-defining defeat to Walsall, and a tough run of fixtures could mean it is curtains for their League One status.
It’s easy to push the blame of the club’s current struggles onto David Hopkin. But it’s also unfair.
A much improved second half Bradford City display goes without reward, leaving the Bantams with much work to do to escape the drop
Bradford City’s commitment to affordable season tickets is something to be proud of, and now there’s a way to contribute more
Bradford City’s new season ticket offer can help to address falling engagement and enable hardcore fans to pay more to help the club.
The new edition of the Width of a Post podcast is now available to listen to, reflecting on recent events at Valley Parade – and celebrating the joy of last minute goals.
The transfer window has closed with City’s recruitment falling short of expectations, but in pragmatic times the squad looks stronger in the fight for survival.
January was a month of mixed fortunes for Bradford City, but there are positive signs that the team spirit is growing stronger.
David Ball’s dramatic stoppage time winner was the moment of the season so far, and puts City in a stronger position in the fight for survival.