WOAP Deputy Editor Katie Whyatt speaks to Phil Parkinson about his Bradford City vision, what happened with Andrew Davies – and how he pulled off the greatest FA Cup upset of all time.
By Jason McKeown It was the year of walking onto the field to the supporter-created song ‘claret and amber’. Of hooped home shirts. Of Flexi-cards. A year where Valley Parade was filled to capacity for the first time in over… Read More ›
By Martin Keighley My life and lifestyle has always been strongly linked with the ups and downs of Bradford City. City fans understand and celebrate success more than most because, on the whole, they have tasted large slices of disappointment… Read More ›
By Jason McKeown Befitting his unusual playing career, Bradford City legend Jamie Lawrence is a member of an elite group of footballers who have lifted the League Cup – despite the right winger never having played at Wembley. Back in 1997, Jamie was an extra time… Read More ›
By Jason McKeown If I have one regret about Bradford City’s time in the Premier League, purely from the perspective of being a supporter, it was the lack of interest I took in the national media coverage at the time…. Read More ›
It has been some journey to reach this point. Width of a Post writers recall their memories of how Bradford City have made it through five rounds of the League Cup to achieve a spot in the semi finals. Round 1… Read More ›
By David Pendleton I sat in the Orwell pub at Wigan looking out over the Leeds & Liverpool canal. In my mind’s eye I followed the silvery waters as they meander over the Pennines, forming an umbilical link between the… Read More ›