Jamie Walker’s red card meant for a tricky afternoon for Bradford City, but they at least took a point from a low-key encounter.
A lucky point for Bradford City who show spirit but must play a lot better
Vadaine Oliver’s dramatic stoppage time equaliser saved City’s unbeaten home record on an afternoon where they looked far from clever.
Stuart McCall leads Bradford City into the play offs with another excellent victory
A comfortable 3-0 victory over Wimbledon guarantees City will be in the play offs – and that McCall has achieved success that alluded him during his first spell.
The run-in: AFC Wimbledon home preview
The Bantams welcome AFC Wimbledon for the final regular home game of the 2016/17 season, with a play off spot all but assured.
The last day of term
AFC Wimbledon 2 Midson 83, Alexander 90 Bradford City 1 Thompson 59 Saturday 16 February, 2013 By Alex Scott I haven’t been looking forward to today. There’s been a dread in the pit of my stomach which has been building… Read More ›
A chance to build on the momentum for the promotion push at AFC Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon vs Bradford City preview @Cherry Red Records Stadium on Saturday 16 February, 2013 By Mark Danylczuk A hint of optimism in the air. Some light at the end of the tunnel after a winless start to 2013. The win… Read More ›
The disparity, and what it could mean
By Jason McKeown So, on Saturday was it a case of Bradford City being utterly magnificent, or AFC Wimbledon being utterly woeful? The answer, as is so often the case in these situations, probably lies somewhere in-between. Nevertheless, on an… Read More ›
Going again as Bradford City welcome AFC Wimbledon
Bradford City vs AFC Wimbledon match preview @Valley Parade on Saturday 25 August, 2012 By Jason McKeown As this time of year, you can often determine a football supporter’s age by their reaction to viewing the early season league table…. Read More ›
The table never lies – or does it?
By Phil Abbott Many a lively debate between fans of the same, or even different clubs, has included the old cliché ‘the table never lies’. Statistically speaking I guess, it can only be true of the final league standings, but… Read More ›
2011/12 review: Highlight/lowlight – part one
The Width of a Post writing team provide their personal highlights and lowlights of this season. Mark Scully Highlight – There haven’t been many high points throughout the course of the season but the few memorable moments came in the… Read More ›