Bradford City legend Gary Jones speaks to Katie Whyatt about the Class of ’13 and explains why a Valley Parade return isn’t on the cards
Gary Jones: “I get goosebumps now, just thinking about Bradford City”
Former Bradford City captain Gary Jones speaks to Katie Whyatt about the Class of ’13 and the prospect of returning to Valley Parade.
Let the left back battle commence!
James Meredith has surprisingly signed a one-year deal at City having looked certain to leave this summer.
Carl McHugh will always be loved at Bradford City
By Jason McKeown Carl McHugh’s two years at Valley Parade has seen the young defender become hugely popular amongst Bradford City supporters – and it is due to that affection that most of us will conclude that his free transfer… Read More ›
Who should stay and who should go?
Written by Gareth Walker (all images: Mike Holdsworth) It’s that time of year again where thoughts are turning to which names will be on the retained list and, conversely, which players Bradford City fans will be waving goodbye to during… Read More ›
City on the brink of surviving The Oldham Division
Bradford City vs Oldham Athletic preview @Valley Parade on Saturday 5 April, 2014 Written by Jason McKeown (images by Mike Holdsworth) It is just short of seven years since Oldham Athletic last visited Valley Parade – an Easter Monday afternoon where… Read More ›
This Ground is Coming Like a Ghost Ground
Coventry City 0 Bradford City 0 Tuesday 1 April, 2014 Written by Kieran Wilkinson (images by Mike Holdsworth) Since the last meeting between Bradford City and Coventry, both teams’ seasons have followed similar paths. Each has lost their star striker… Read More ›
Time and Again
Leyton Orient 0 Bradford City 1 Mclean 27 Saturday 29 March, 2014 Written by Alex Scott (image by Gareth Walker) It was the surprise that was weird. The ease of it all. City have had to work so hard to… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus #54: Andrew Davies
Andrew Davies’ unreliable fitness is one of the main reasons why he remains a Bradford City player, rather than plying his trade higher up the leagues – but his club need to deal with his absences much better.
Two steps forward, one step back
Bradford City 2 Reach 11, Hanson 42 Stevenage 3 Zoko 23, Freeman 65+87 Saturday 1 March, 2013 By Katie Whyatt That hurt. To see City so hesitant and frenetic, so soon after clawing out two consecutive wins, was painful. To… Read More ›