Millwall 0 City 0: The battling visitors end complete an unbeaten month in the league with a useful point from the Lions’ den.
James Hanson has endured a tough time of late but his value to Bradford City continues to shine bright to most fans.
Width of a Post writers offer their best and the worst of Bradford City’s season so far.
WOAP’s review of the season so far begins with a look at the five things we’ve learned over City’s fruitful month of October.
City 1 Wigan 1: James Hanson’s second half equaliser earns the Bantams a deserved point as they continue to get the basics right.
City 2 Bury 1: An excellent team performance helps the Bantams banish their home blues and record a third straight league victory.
Doncaster o City 1: Phil Parkinson’s men record back-to-back league victories through Devante Cole’s early strike.
City 0 Peterborough 2: The Bantams suffer a first defeat in six games and endure yet more home misery.
City 2 Sheffield United 2: On the cusp of League One excellence, the Bantams shoot themselves in the foot by blowing a 2-0 lead.
After a false start, Bradford City’s season is firmly up and running and there are five compelling reasons to be optimistic about the coming months.