Despite a strong performance, Bradford City were pegged back late on and now face an unwelcome midweek replay in Devon
Another dismal afternoon for Bradford City heightens the urgency to give fans something to believe in
Bradford City bowed out of the FA Cup in another story of injury concerns, poor defending and lack of quality – and the storm clouds are gathering.
Bradford City’s struggles to score goals were eased with a ruthless FA Cup victory over non-league opponents.
Bradford City could not get the better of a streetwise Shrewsbury Town and bow out of the FA Cup, but they didn’t cover themselves in glory.
As injuries continue to mount up, Bradford City dig in to take higher league opposition to an FA Cup replay.
Bradford City beat Chesterfield 2-0 to progress to the FA Cup second round, with Alex Jones impressing on his return to action
The Bantams bowed out of the FA Cup in the first round, as those in reserve failed to press their claims for a bigger role.
A year on from Bradford City’s 4-2 win over Chelsea, WOAP co-editor Katie Whyatt speaks to four people who enjoyed unique vantage points at Stamford Bridge.
City 0 Bury 0: For the second time this season City are knocked out of a cup via a penalty shootout, following 120 minutes of more failings in front of goal.
Bury 0 City 0: In front of a packed away following, the Bantams improve on recent league efforts but waste big opportunities to defeat the Shakers.