Bradford City are now in a huge transfer window, and their recruitment efforts will be led by the experienced hand of Lee Turnbull.
Bradford City have endured a very painful fall since 2017, but recent events suggest a new direction is being attempted to turn the tide.
Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars are doing an impressive job at Bradford City since taking the reins, but their excellent work for the under 18s shows they are gems to keep hold of.
The new Width of a Post podcast is now available, as we reflect on the sacking of Stuart McCall and debate how the club moves forward from here.
I’ve come to see the club as a sort of family thing. You love your family to bits. In your own eyes, you want them to conquer the world, desperately hope the failings and faults will turn around.
Bradford City’s decision to sack Stuart McCall comes with hopes of a bounce in form – but the club’s history suggests this could be unlikely.
Stuart McCall departs Valley Parade after six straight defeats.
One’s tie to one’s club is something that’s both immeasurably special, and immensely emotional. Which is why the anger felt towards Bradford City today, feels more heartbreaking than ever before.
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.