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.
Bradford City suffered a sixth straight defeat as this miserable, miserable season continues.
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.
Another woeful Bradford City performance has pushed them into the relegation zone, and the club urgently has to fix the growing mess
Bradford City delivered a much improved performance but old habits die hard and they ultimately slipped to another painful loss.
Bradford City bowed out of the FA Cup in another story of injury concerns, poor defending and lack of quality – and the storm clouds are gathering.
The way yesterday’s announcements have been met shows why we cannot attract the outsiders many so crave.