Four years after taking over at Valley Parade, is Phil Parkinson’s original philosophy about to come to fruition?
The WOAP pundits discuss the new signings and the influence they may have on City’s promotion chances.
The WOAP Pundit Team share their verdict on Phil Parkinson’s summer dealings.
By Jason McKeown When the chips were down and everyone needed to pull together, last season the Bradford public did not let its football club down. Time and time again, the response to adversity and pressure was positivity. Players and… Read More ›
By Katie Whyatt In a transfer window moulded by the infamous budget cut, retaining the services of Stephen Darby was high on Phil Parkinson’s priority list. On the back of a campaign in which the defender had played every single… Read More ›
By Jason McKeown “I think it’s a big season for Phil,” stated Mark Lawn in early July, although when is it not a big season for any football manager? Unless you are the seemingly unsackable Arsene Wenger, every incumbent in… Read More ›
By Katie Whyatt Expectations. They’re the new elephant in the room. No one wants to talk about them, and can we? They’re a thorny enough issue anyway, without the spanner of an incomplete squad to wrestle with – you can’t… Read More ›
By Alex Scott Concluding our in-depth player preview (read defence and midfield), today we look at the forward line. Forwards Ins: Billy Clarke (Crawley); Outs: Andy Gray, Jon Stead James Hanson Last season: 34 games (1 sub), 12 goals Contract… Read More ›
By Alex Scott Yesterday we began our players preview looking at the defence. Today we’re going to focus on the more volatile positions over the summer, the areas with the most change: the midfielders. Midfielders In: Matty Dolan (Middlesbrough), Billy… Read More ›