Bradford City’s season looked set to hit new lows before a late equaliser offered some traces of hope for the future.
Bradford City’s strong start to the season hit an unexpected bump with a curiously poor display in defeat to Leyton Orient.
The Trueman and Sellars winning run continues as Bradford City climb into the top half of League Two
Bradford City’s seemingly faint play off hopes got that little more stronger with a third win on the bounce, moving the Bantams into the top half of the table for the first time since September.
Bradford City suffered a second defeat in a week as injuries continue to expose a weak mentality in the team.
Bradford City produced an uninspiring display at Leyton Orient, as the team were once again reluctant to take risks in pursuit of bigger reward.
The City captain’s football journey has taken him from France to Bradford, via some of England’s most historic clubs.
New Bradford City owners Edin Rahic and Stephan Rupp do not need to make wholesome changes to the club, but there are ways of strengthening the Bantams.
Orient 0 City 2: The Bantams continue their impressive away form with a Hanson double.
The WOAP pundit team chew over the Leyton Orient win and the respective futures of Stead and Hanson.
Goals by Knott, Clarke and Stead earn Bradford City a much needed victory despite a 2nd half wobble.