It’s easy to push the blame of the club’s current struggles onto David Hopkin. But it’s also unfair.
What happens next
Make no mistake: these next six months are absolutely pivotal for City. It is going to be a bumpy ride.
Rahic’s exit is a victory for collective rational argument. As a community we should be proud of standing up for our values
The departure of Edin Rahic will be cheered by most City fans, and the campaign for change is one we should all feel proud of.
Edin heads towards the exit
Edin Rahic is nearing an exit from Bradford City. It has been a bumpy, dismal ride.
The Width of a Post podcast: episode 20
The latest edition of the Width of a Post podcast is now available – reflecting on more difficult times for Bradford City.
Why the fight to keep Bradford City in League One must now take priority
Based on what Julian Rhodes has said to us, we’re confident and reassured that it is he, not Rahic, calling the shots.
Unstoppable force meets immovable object
“Quite simply, we are beyond the hashtags, we are beyond the gimmicks, it is really difficult to see how things progress until results come on the pitch.”
Julian Rhodes’ return offers Bradford City some badly needed leadership
Julian Rhodes is back at Bradford City as Edin Rahic finally concedes he needs help fixing an almighty mess.
I gave Edin Rahic the benefit of the doubt, but enough is enough
“I am angry, I am sad, to see MY club reduced to this level.”
What can Rahic and Rupp still achieve from owning Bradford City?
Bradford City’s ownership reaches a crucial stage that can define if they can ever be a success.