The ‘ambition’ debate gets louder when the team loses, but strategy is about the bigger picture and doesn’t get reset after every defeat.
Beyond any shadow of a doubt this is a defining moment for the history and direction of professional sport in the Bradford district.
The news that Bradford Bulls are set to move to Dewsbury – and Bradford Park Avenue set up a new Rugby League club – is a remarkable twist for Bradford’s sporting history.
By Jason McKeown The reaction from supporters in each camp, when the news was announced last month that Bradford City were in talks to buy the Bradford Bulls, was depressingly familiar. “How would unsuccessful Division Four owners help us?” cried… Read More ›
The following article was originally written by Jason McKeown for the excellent How Do magazine, but there was a fear it read a bit too much like an advert for the club and so I don’t think it was used. If you’ve… Read More ›
By Jason McKeown The new Bradford West MP, George Galloway, is due to attend Bradford City’s fixture with Macclesfield Town on Saturday afternoon, after the club invited him along. The famous (or should than be infamous?) politician has already had… Read More ›