Bradford City were getting closer and closer to escaping the lower leagues, before it all went wrong.
It wasn’t all bad for Bradford City over the 2017/18 season.
The season is almost over for Bradford City, and it has proven to be a year of disappointments.
Bradford City prepare for a summer of clearing the decks, but moving certain players on will not be so easy.
Bradford City’s faint, faint play off hopes came to an end with a disappointing home defeat to Southend United at the weekend.
Charlie Wyke’s late, late equaliser at Rochdale probably isn’t enough to keep City’s play off hopes alive, but it was still a moment to enjoy.
Bradford City got back to winning ways on Tuesday night, and the feel-good factor is starting to return.
As Bradford City’s season goes from bad to worse, there’s an urgent need to reboot the relationship between the chairman and supporters.
Bradford City’s defeat to Wigan Athletic once again showed the Bantams deficiencies, but there is still time and games left to make the play offs.
The new episode of the Width of a Post podcast is out and there is plenty to discuss.