I took a look around the ground for you last night and instead of happy cheering faces all I saw was apathy and misery. Blank faces, angry faces, bewilderment. And seats. Lots of empty seats.
Bradford City’s dismal 2018 shows no sign of getting better, and it could be crucial when it comes to the January transfer window.
Bradford City suffered a major set back in their bid to revive a dismal season, weakly losing 3-1 at Accrington Stanley
Bradford City’s defeat to Sunderland was not without its positives, but the same failings are holding them back.
After five and a half years and more than 100 articles, Katie Whyatt is leaving Width of a Post for a career in journalism
The latest edition of the Width of a Post podcast is now available – covering City’s dismal start to the season and where this leaves the club.
By Katie Whyatt Midway through the first half against Bristol Rovers, Bradford City defender Ryan McGowan had decided enough was quite enough. This probably wasn’t the dream he was sold when he moved halfway around the world, leaping from Australia… Read More ›
The nature of the traditional domestic football season in this part of world – spread over two calendar years from August to May – can lead to all sorts of anomalies.
Bradford City’s history has been full of myths and inaccuracies. But understanding what it truly stands for offers a blueprint for getting the club back on its feet.
With Bradford City in the midst of a relegation dog fight, the team is going to need all the help it can get from supporters.