After last week’s thrilling ending, WOAP writers reflect on the greatest Bradford City late comebacks of all time.
The Verdict Special: January window business has left some gaps, but a top six finish still looks achievable
Four Width of a Post writers don the pundits chairs to reflect on recent Bradford City events.
Bradford City’s owners have talked a good game and have a worthy vision, but actions will always speak louder than words.
James Hanson has left Bradford City for Sheffield United, but a range of debates will rumble on.
James Hanson was a massive figurehead in Bradford City’s resurgence; he’ll be fondly remembered for a long time
James Hanson’s incredible mental strength has helped him achieve huge things at Bradford City, he is an example for others to follow.
With James Hanson seemingly on the brink of leaving Valley Parade, City’s different approach led to a familiar outcome.
Bradford City’s seven-game unbeaten run comes crashing to a halt in dismal fashion.
The week in review: Cullen’s value is soaring, the history makers are heading towards history, and City’s home record deserves to be shouted about
Josh Cullen is ace, the history makers face uncertain futures, Jones has very limited experience actually playing up front, Ched Evans’ record is poor and Valley Parade is a fortress.
A superb second half display from Bradford City earns a badly needed win and could act as a useful piece of advertising in the transfer window.
Bradford City aren’t scoring goals as much as we’d like, but they’re creating a lot of chances.