Geoffrey Richmond deserves so much credit for Bradford City’s 90’s rise, but the summer of 2000 was hugely damaging for the long-term future of the club.
Bradford City are a football club still haunted by its mistakes of 20 years ago.
Bradford City’s controversial sacking of Stuart McCall has brought the club’s strategy into question, and changes are clearly needed moving forwards.
The second era of Bantams Progressivism was all about boom and bust, as City scaled heights they hadn’t reached for nearly 80 years.
The story behind the new Bradford City book, which charts the remarkable modern history of the club.
Phil Parkinson is delivering a period of Bradford City success to rival the 90s.
On the eve of England’s second group game in the World Cup, Rob Craven recalls the story of when Bradford City signed one of the most famous England internationals of all time. Some will remember him for this , others… Read More ›
On the eve of England’s World Cup clash with Italy in the jungle city of Manaus, Jason McKeown recalls the story of Bradford City splashing the cash on an Italian maverick which ultimately almost bankrupted the club. No name was… Read More ›
Our potted history series continues with a trip back 16 years, where the sacking of a Bradford City manager caused a national storm. Jason McKeown takes up the story. January 1998 and the FA Cup third round. 5,000 Bradford City… Read More ›
Part one of our summer series looking at less celebrated moments in Bradford City history (see the ‘about’ note here) sees Jason McKeown recall the story of the club’s one (and only) foray into European competition, in 2000. “We’re disappointed… Read More ›