Phil Parkinson went into January with a weak hand but played it brilliantly, and City are reaping the rewards.
The January Transfer Window Verdict: New arrivals offer optimism of a stronger Bradford City promotion push
The WOAP pundit team share their views on City’s January transfer activity and prospects for the rest of the season.
Billy Clarke’s injury and Jamie Proctor’s lack of availability adds to Bradford City’s striking woes for the visit of Fleetwood.
Port Vale 1 City 1: A debut to remember from Jamie Proctor helps 10-men Bantams pick up a useful point at Port Vale, as the squad shake up starts to take shape.
City 0 Bury 0: For the second time this season City are knocked out of a cup via a penalty shootout, following 120 minutes of more failings in front of goal.
Bury 0 City 0: In front of a packed away following, the Bantams improve on recent league efforts but waste big opportunities to defeat the Shakers.
The opening of the transfer window offers Phil Parkinson the chance to shake up a squad that has started to struggle.
City 2 Aldershot 0: A professional home performance against the non-league Shots means the Bantams reach the FA Cup 2nd round for the 8th time in 11 seasons.
All managers make dreadful signings, but Phil Parkinson’s recruitment record continues to stack up well
By Jason McKeown “I hope that he didn’t talk about signings players, his record was awful”. That was what a long-time Manchester United supporter, and former Old Trafford season ticket holder, said to me when I told him I had… Read More ›
City 1 Wigan 1: James Hanson’s second half equaliser earns the Bantams a deserved point as they continue to get the basics right.