A full house at Valley Parade gave Stephen Darby a terrific reception, as further signs were evident of Bradford City reconnecting with its values.
Bradford City’s meeting with Liverpool is a much-needed chance to re-fall in love with the Bantams
The Bantams return to Valley Parade this weekend for a pre-season friendly with a difference, and it could prove a therapeutic experience.
“Does anyone like football?” – Part 3: The Steven Gerrard game
The Width of a Post ‘s new football series continues with the story of how deputy editor Katie Whyatt fell in love with football.
“Does anyone like football?”
About our new WOAP series: “Because everyone has a story. One goal, one game – and one million different perspectives.”
The Raheem Syndrome
As Bradford City prepare for an exciting campaign playing in front of a record number of season ticket holders, the Premier League soap opera continues to move away from reality.
Stephen Darby becomes Bradford City’s leader
By Gareth Walker Stephen Darby on Monday committed his long-term future to Bradford City – and in doing so made every single Bradford City fan’s day. The three year contract signed by Darby, similarly to Rory McArdle, means he is committing his… Read More ›
Aston Villa vs Bradford City build up: What this means (part two)
Following teenager Joe Cockburn’s article about what this League Cup semi final signifies to him, a member of the older generation, David Pendleton, who is BantamsPast curator, author of two Bradford City books and a former editor of The City Gent,… Read More ›
5-1 – The greatest Bradford City matches of the last 50 years (as voted by Bradford City supporters of 2012)
5: Everton 2 City 3 (25th January 1997) FA Cup The best City goal of all time? You’d be hard pressed to beat the sheer outrageousness of Chris Waddle lobbing Neville Southall from just inside his own half to place… Read More ›
10-6 – The greatest Bradford City matches of the last 50 years (as voted by Bradford City supporters of 2012)
10: Middlesbrough 0 City 1 (7th August 1999) Premier League City spent much of the build up to their first top flight campaign in 77 years being ridiculed by the national press and falling apart internally, due to contract disputes… Read More ›
Moving on in our own way
By Paul Firth A few weeks ago Sir Oliver Popplewell had a letter published in The Times. Mr Justice Popplewell, as he then was, conducted the 1985 enquiry into the causes of two football disasters. Both occurred on 11th May…. Read More ›