Oli McBurnie is enjoying notable success after leaving Bradford City in the summer, but then as a fanbase many of us were glad to see him – and other former youth players – leave.
A change of approach to loan players?
By Jason McKeown “We don’t want to come to the end of August saying we’ve got to go into the emergency (loan) market. If we do, we’ve done something wrong.” The above quote from Julian Rhodes, which appeared in the… Read More ›
Familiar narrow margins as Bradford City stay in danger
Bristol Rovers 2 Brown 6, Richard 55 Bradford City 1 Syers 72 Saturday 28 January, 2012 A wide-ranging flurry of opinions from different Bradford City supporters could be heard upon departing the Bristol Rovers away terrace and into the cluttered… Read More ›
Bantams hit the road in search of their ruthless streak
Bristol Rovers vs Bradford City match preview @The Memorial Stadium on Saturday 28 January, 2012 By Luke Lockwood Bradford City’s visit to the Memorial Stadium follows a couple of decent performances at home without the deserved rewards; but knowing that… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus #4: Marcel Seip
Phil Parkinson’s decision not to move Marcel Seip into his natural centre back position for the visit of Burton Albion last Saturday was arguably the strongest verification to date of how well the Dutchman is performing at left back. No… Read More ›
Ravenhill and Haworth sign up, as Williams heads to Scotland
As Bradford City debuts go it was up there with the most anonymous. Ricky Ravenhill came immediately into the starting line up against Rotherham after signing on loan in November, and was barely noticed during the subsequent 90 minutes. But… Read More ›
A special kind of appreciation as Bradford City exit FA Cup
Watford 4 Deeney 3, Sordell 40, Forsyth 56+59 Bradford City 2 Hanson 8, Wells 88 Saturday 7 January, 2012 Amongst the range of new chants aired by a bustling away following at Vicarage Road on Saturday, it was the one… Read More ›
Compton returns North as City travel South to face Rotherham
Rotherham United v Bradford City @The Don Valley Stadium on January 2, 2012 Jack Compton has seemingly played his last game for Bradford City after manager Phil Parkinson elected not to offer him a permanent contract; while Liam Moore has… Read More ›