Bradford City suffered a disappointing set back at Barnsley, going down 3-0. But it needn’t define their season.
Saturday’s home defeat to Barnsley saw the new season’s tactical approach struggle to impress against high calibre opposition.
After last week’s thrilling ending, WOAP writers reflect on the greatest Bradford City late comebacks of all time.
New Bradford City owners Edin Rahic and Stephan Rupp do not need to make wholesome changes to the club, but there are ways of strengthening the Bantams.
City 0 Barnsley 1: An early goal is enough to give the in-form Tykes three points, but a very different Bantams approach offers lots of encouragement.
City welcome a resurgent Barnsley team to Valley Parade looking to start making up ground on the top six.
Devante Cole enjoyed an exceptional start to life at Valley Parade but has struggled of late – and this follows an early career pattern that he needs to address.
City 1 Barnsley 2: The Bantams are out of the JPT, and a worrying pattern is forming.
A heavy downpour and thunderstorm means that City’s JPT game with Barnsley was postponed, and there was a lengthy wait to get home.
Barnsley 0 City 0: A battling Bantams’ performances helps to stop the rot, as two new loan signings impress.