The WOAP pundit team reflect on the Barnsley victory, the form of Tony McMahon and James Hanson, plus the season’s home record.
Bradford City sign off eventful home season with typical Phil Parkinson approach
City 1 Barnsley 0: Jon Stead’s stunning winner ensures the Bantams mark poignant day in right manner.
A season of positives reaches its home conclusion as Barnsley come to town
City’s final home game of the season will be an emotionally charged occasion.
The striking issue as Bradford City welcome Sheffield United
Another weekend, another televised Yorkshire derby for Bradford City as Sheffield United come to town.
The curious disillusionment
Bradford City might be sat in seventh, but the general mood amongst supporters is negative.
Those days where everything feels rubbish – Bradford City well-beaten at Barnsley
Bradford City suffer a shockingly bad derby defeat to Barnsley, causing a downbeat mood.
Losing one diamond at least, as Bradford City go to Barnsley
Bradford City go to Barnsley this Sunday for a televised Yorkshire derby, looking to extend their four-game unbeaten run.
Speaking to Nathan Doyle
By Jason McKeown Sequels rarely seem to live up to the original, but the early signs regarding Nathan Doyle’s second coming to Valley Parade suggest he is capable of playing a leading role in a blockbuster story. Six years on… Read More ›
10-6 – The greatest Bradford City matches of the last 50 years (as voted by Bradford City supporters of 2012)
10: Middlesbrough 0 City 1 (7th August 1999) Premier League City spent much of the build up to their first top flight campaign in 77 years being ridiculed by the national press and falling apart internally, due to contract disputes… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus – close season special #7: Andy Gray (02/03)
The Width of a Post’s Midweek ‘Player Focus – Close Season Special’ series continues with a look back at a player very much in the Bantams’ spotlight this summer, as Ian Sheard recalls 2002/03 winner, Andy Gray Nephew of Eddie… Read More ›