Recent results and League Two statistics suggest Bradford City need to tweak their style of play.
Gary Bowyer has had his critics this season – including WOAP – but as the Bantams keep moving forwards, the City manager deserves appreciation for his approach.
A low key end to Bradford City’s transfer window underlines the ongoing legacy of last season’s mistakes
Bradford City’s transfer activity ended on a disappointing note as the issues of moving on underachievers held back squad strengthening.
After promising back-to-back wins, Bradford City tripped themselves up and endured their first defeat of the season.
Bradford City endured another disappointing draw, as Gary Bowyer’s preferred formation continues to struggle to impress.
Bradford City is reborn after a summer of huge strides, and there is every reason to feel excited about the beginning of a new era.
Bradford City produced a spirited display in defeat to Luton, which bodes well for the more important battles ahead.
Gary Bowyer enjoyed a hugely impressive debut in the Bradford City dugout, as the Bantams recorded a surprise 3-1 victory over play off chasing Peterborough.
The former Blackburn and Blackpool manager has a proven track record for managing in a crisis, and that experience could be vital for the troubled Bantams.