WOAP writers Jason McKeown, Katie Whyatt, Alex Scott and Tim Penfold run through the best and worst bits of the season.
By Alex Scott and Tim Penfold When Tim and I were asked to come up with some player ratings after Saturday’s [redacted] at the hands of Millwall (too soon) we tried to think of the most useful scale upon which… Read More ›
The third era of Bantams Progressivism has seen the club recover spectacularly from years of financial problems and under-achievement, and it’s not finished just yet.
Bradford City are going back to Wembley after finishing the job against Fleetwood.
Rory McArdle’s superb header gives Bradford City a crucial play off advantage on a memorable evening.
A comfortable 3-0 victory over Wimbledon guarantees City will be in the play offs – and that McCall has achieved success that alluded him during his first spell.
Bradford City’s owners are taking a very different transfer approach to what we’ve seen before.
A dreadful start at the Champions results in a costly set back for Bradford City.
Nicky Law’s second half winner earns Bradford City another victory on a day where every promotion rival also won.
Two second half goals seal another massive Bradford City victory to further strengthen their play off hopes.