It really isn’t funny anymore. We sit 23rd in League Two. We are one place from propping up the entire football league pyramid. If the season ended now, we would be relegated out of the Football League. It is depressing. It is pathetic.
The recent history of League Two relegation battles suggests City need a big improvement to get enough points to guarantee Football League survival.
The way yesterday’s announcements have been met shows why we cannot attract the outsiders many so crave.
Stuart McCall is to be entrusted with rebuilding a beleaguered Bradford City after being awarded a new two-year deal.
Julian Rhodes is stepping down as Bradford City CEO, with a familiar face taking the reins.
We are as low as we have been for many years, and I see only worse to come.
The new edition of the WOAP podcast looks at recent performances, tactics, manager future and memorabilia.
The success of many so-called smaller clubs have one obvious thing in common, and that’s keeping faith with the man in their dugouts.
Stuart McCall isn’t extracting much out of this team, but it’s still early days, even though it feels like it isn’t. There are very recent and very clear parallels that should give us optimism.
Stuart McCall is under pressure but the club has been down the route of changing managers with little success – so what else can be done?