The 2019/20 saw big expectations of Bradford City, but it ended in the most unlikely of ways
The latest WOAP podcast reflects on Gary Bowyer’s sacking, Stuart McCall’s return and the future direction of Bradford City.
Gary Bowyer has left Bradford City. He offered much but ultimately only brought greyness to a football club still nursing its wounds from a troubling few years.
As Gary Bowyer battles hard to keep his job at Bradford City, news that two of his best players are on the brink of leaving raises serious questions about the direction of the Bantams’ season.
Even with the Bantams positioned for success this season, City are lacking a vision and purpose that everyone can get behind.
Bradford City are faring very well statistically, but continue to divide opinion for style.
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.