WOAP speaks to James Mason about a season of huge change, the new transfer strategy, Wembley and the club’s strategy if they make it to the Championship.
Bradford City’s owners are taking a very different transfer approach to what we’ve seen before.
Bradford City have enjoyed continuity between this season and last thanks to a dressing room build on strong core values. Stuart McCall and Edin Rahic must protect them as the club moves forward.
Bradford City’s German owners have made an excellent start to life at Valley Parade, and their recent media interviews suggest they are plotting a big future for the club.
The week in review: the Checkatrade Trophy is a joke, the transfer committee is a radical Valley Parade strategy, and could an overlooked City striker be about to make it big in the USA?
Bradford City make the ludicrous trip to Cheltenham – and possibly Oxford – in the cup, are developing their transfer strategy nicely, must keep the chasing play off pack at bay, and may live to regret failing to keep a young a forward happy.
Bradford City’s promotion challenge continues to falter due to frustratingly familiar failings
Bradford City fans are following events at Bolton closely at the moment, but only because it adds even more to Stuart McCall’s achievements.
Valley Parade has seen huge changes this summer making it almost impossible to forecast how this season will turn out.
Edin Rahic, Stuart McCall and the new coaching team met with supporter groups to discuss the new Bantams era.
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