WOAP asked local journalists, radio commentators and podcasters why they think Bradford City have been successful this season.
The third era of Bantams Progressivism has seen the club recover spectacularly from years of financial problems and under-achievement, and it’s not finished just yet.
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 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.
Bradford City continue to confound expectations by growing the club through affordable football.
Edin Rahic and Stefan Rupp have been at the Bradford City helm for six months, and are successfully building on the foundations left behind.
Bradford City embark upon a new chapter of club ownership, with the last one ending on a high.
Phil Parkinson’s new contract is just reward for his long-term approach to managing the club, and suggests he has the right kind of backing from his chairmen.
James Mason tells WOAP about his first nine months at Valley Parade, the close season transfer activity and the challenge of keeping 18,021 people happy.
Bradford City’s season ticket sales have hit record numbers, as a new generation of fans have come on board.