Bradford City are facing up to another year in the basement league, but with the 2019/20 season finally resolved they can begin to plan with quiet confidence.
The 2019/20 saw big expectations of Bradford City, but it ended in the most unlikely of ways
Bradford City put in a pathetic performance on the road again, massively undermining their play off hopes and highlighting the need for an huge clear out during the summer.
Bradford City are back to winning ways, but they were pushed all the way by a spirited Plymouth Argyle who shrugged off a series of set backs.
Bradford City made it a 12th away game without a win as an out of form Newport County came back to claim three points.
Bradford City players are largely taking the blame now for bad results, but Stuart McCall had the air of a manager unwilling to hide behind excuses.
An afternoon of real promise would have a painful sting in the tail, illustrating the scale of the challenge for Bradford City to reach the play offs.
A strong half time team talk appesr9to turn around City’s night – and maybe their season.
It wasn’t quite a fairytale start for Stuart McCall, but a refreshed Bradford City still delivered a statement of intent.
Another Bradford City horror show leaves the club with little option but to change manager.