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.
Bradford City go into 2015/16 with strong, and credible, hopes for another memorable campaign.
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.
After weeks of speculation Bradford City will continue under the same owners; and as the dust settles there is much to be comforted by.
Sheffield United does not look the right fit for Phil Parkinson (but then again, Gianni might not be either)
Speculation won’t go away that Phil Parkinson could be set to leave Bradford City for Sheffield United.
Gianni Paladini’s potential takeover has prompted mixed feelings, with City supporters hoping the possible new owner will understand what the club is really about.
The 2014/15 Verdict (part two): Over-achieving season clouded by uncertainty over the future ownership
Part two of the WOAP pundit team’s verdict on City’s 2014/15 campaign.
Crewe 0 City 1: The Bantams finish the season strongly by defeating Crewe and securing a seventh-placed finish.