Bradford City went down to another disappointing defeat that leaves further questions about Gary Bowyer’s tactical approach.
As the season heads towards its conclusion, Bradford City welcome Millwall and Crewe over a crucial Easter period.
City 2 Crewe 0: An easy victory over the struggling visitors pushes City to the brink of the play offs, as the players continue to follow the manager’s gameplan.
City’s final game of the season is once again huge for their opponents.
“Thrown into a gunfight with a water pistol each” – the WOAP pundits offer their verdict on the Crewe victory.
Aaron Mclean and Gary Liddle net vital goals to earn City a first home win in 2 months.
Bottom of the league Crewe are at Valley Parade this Saturday, and City cannot afford to slip-up.
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