These are uncertain times for Bradford City as the squad is set to be significantly revamped as part of the transfer philosophy
Bradford City’s owners have a very clear philosophy for the age of players they want to bring to the club, but will it prove successful?
In the first of a series of ‘essays’ reviewing this season, Katie Whyatt examines the squad’s changing style.
2016/17 was a season where worst fears were never realised but weaknesses from day one were never fully addressed.
The WOAP writers have voted on their top five Bradford City players of the 2016/17 season
WOAP writers Jason McKeown, Katie Whyatt, Alex Scott and Tim Penfold run through the best and worst bits of the season.
Last Saturday ended in disappointing fashion but was still a memorable day for Bradford City fans.,
Reflections on Wembley, and a season of progress.
Watching your team play at Wembley is a family occasion for many and enjoyable despite the result.
Stephen Darby will be remembered at Valley Parade not just as the best right back since the Premier League days but as a leader who pioneered change.