After another bad day at the office, the temptation to make a change is growing – but it could cause more problems than it solves.
Back to back defeats have cast a shadow over Bradford City’s season, but it is within everyone’s hands to grasp the opportunity evident in the league table.
The WOAP team’s in-depth half year review continues with a look at players who have played smaller roles in the season so far, either because they weren’t expected to feature much, or due to failing to live up to high expectations.
Our in-depth review of the squad’s performances, up to the half way point of the season, continues with players who have fared well if not quite hitting high expectations.
Part one of our in-depth review of the squad looks at high achieving players surpassing their high expectations
About our four-part WOAP half-season review and the method behind the madness.
Bradford City’s surprise home defeat to Plymouth Argyle has raised questions, but the inquest should focus on more factors than the manager.
Bradford City bounced back from a dip in league form after taking three hard-fought points at Portsmouth.
It’s not been a great week for Bradford City, but there are underlying reasons behind it.
Stuart McCall’s calm, positive manner helps Bradford City to a decent point and demonstrates how far he has come.