Bradford City end the season in strong form after a convincing victory over Carlisle offers real heart for the future.
It’s that time of year ago where we celebrate those Bradford City players who stood out from the rest.
An electric performance by the Bradford City wideman helped the Bantams end their last away game of the season in style.
Bradford City achieve long overdue home victory but laboured ending underlines scale of the rebuild needed
Bradford City made a blistering start but slightly crawled to the finish to achieve a first home win since January.
An understrength Bradford City suffered a poor defeat to an out of form Colchester United, offering Mark Hughes few positives ahead of a big close season.
Bradford City still struggle to win at home, but offer strongest indication yet that Valley Parade will be the place to be next season
Bradford City couldn’t quite achieve a first home win under Mark Hughes, but performances are getting better and better.
Bradford City worked hard to gain a point away at a side with high hopes of promotion, offering Mark Hughes another afternoon of useful learns.
Bradford City were well beaten at an on-song Bristol Rovers as the Bantams season heads towards a flat ending.
Bradford City gave a good account of themselves against promotion contenders Newport County. However they’re just not creating enough good chances and struggling to score.
Despite another committed display Bradford City just couldn’t match Port Vale’s streetwise edge, bowing down to a fifth straight home defeat.