After last week’s thrilling ending, WOAP writers reflect on the greatest Bradford City late comebacks of all time.
Blackpool 0 City 1: A third win in four games makes it a happy day out at the Seaside for the Bantams, who are getting very close to the play offs.
Part two of our review of Bradford City’s 2014/15 campaign.
The WOAP pundits reflect on where it went wrong on Saturday, and the impact on City’s play off hopes.
City 2 Fleetwood 2: They only went and did it again, blowing a two-goal lead this time.
Coventry 1 City 1: A late Mark Yeates free kick prevents a third straight away defeat.
Swindon 2 City 1: The Bantams go down to only their fourth away defeat of the season but remain in the top six.
City 1 Walsall 1: An under-strength Bantams side expose well-known weaknesses but still climb into the top six.
There were big expectations placed upon Billy Knott, and the summer signing is beginning to live up to them.
Bradford City pull off a stunning FA Cup shock by recovering from 2-0 down to defeat the mighty Chelsea 4-2.