Dean Windass speaks to Katie Whyatt about his spells at Bradford City, Hull City and working with some of football’s most famous faces
How does a striker score 20 goals a season?
Everyone is desperate for City to sign a 20-goal-a-season striker, but recent history demonstrates the pitfalls of relying too much on one man.
The uncomfortable Aaron dilemma
Bradford City welcome Doncaster this weekend with the season needing an Mclean-kickstart.
James Hanson is on the road to legend status as City welcome Peterborough
James Hanson is closing in on a place in Bradford City’s top 10 all-time goalscorers – and legendary status at Valley Parade.
A potted history of Bradford City #5: Benito Carbone
On the eve of England’s World Cup clash with Italy in the jungle city of Manaus, Jason McKeown recalls the story of Bradford City splashing the cash on an Italian maverick which ultimately almost bankrupted the club. No name was… Read More ›
1998/99 re-visited: the players’ stories
By Gareth Walker (images by Kieran Wilkinson) It was dream come true for me on Sunday to see the majority of the 1999 promotion winning team back together. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the question and… Read More ›
(Still) Bantams Class
By Jason McKeown (images by Kieran Wilkinson) 14 years is a long time in anyone’s life. Yet the invitation to step back in time and watch the 1998/99 promotion winners perform in a special match for Wayne Jacobs’ One in… Read More ›
He managed Bradford City #3: Colin Todd
By Jason McKeown There surely isn’t another manager in modern Bradford City history who split opinion to the level of Colin Todd. Highly respected by a section of supporters for bringing stability and calm following a turbulent period, Todd was… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus #35: Nahki Wells
By Jason McKeown A superb pass sent him away down the right flank. Just inside the penalty area, he cut inside – taking the number three completely out of the game – and weighed up the options. A cross towards… Read More ›
The Boy from Bermuda
By Jason McKeown It is exactly one year ago today that Nahki Wells truly announced himself on the Valley Parade stage with a wonder goal against Rochdale in the 1st round of the FA Cup. Although it was not his… Read More ›