“Stuart McCall is bringing something new to Bradford, to the camp, that I’ve not seen before.” James Meredith speaks to WOAP co-editor Katie Whyatt about the new Bradford City, the Socceroos and where he wants to finish his career.
The WOAP Player of the Season begins with our fifth and fourth-placed finishers.
City 1 Millwall 3: A dreadful first half performance from the Bantams leaves them with a massive mountain to climb at the Den on Friday.
Bradford City’s play off push has been built upon an outstanding defensive record, which three very familiar faces at the heart.
City 4 Walsall 0: It goes right in a big, big way for a fully on song Bantams side.
City 1 Swindon 0: A first half Billy Clarke header ultimately proves enough to deliver a sixth win in seven, opening up talk of automatic promotion.
Bradford City welcome Swindon Town this weekend, with more selection dilemmas and a big squad in need of managing correctly.
Bradford City travel to Wigan Athletic this Saturday for arguably the most important league match since returning to League One.
City 2 Doncaster 1: Jamie Proctor’s two goals lift the Bantams into the play off positions, despite a late and avoidable scare.
City 2 Rochdale 2: A stuttering home display leaves clear daylight between the Bantams and the play offs.