Former Bradford City goalkeeper Matt Duke speaks to Katie Whyatt about his battle with testicular cancer and how he bounced back from a testing first season to become a Bantams legend.
The play off final preview: The third era of Bantam Progressivism, 2012-
The third era of Bantams Progressivism has seen the club recover spectacularly from years of financial problems and under-achievement, and it’s not finished just yet.
The top 10 Bradford City goalkeepers (in modern history) – part one
WOAP readers have been voting for their all time favourite Bradford City goalkeeper, and here are the results.
Jon McLaughlin’s departure triggers mixed feelings
Long-serving Bradford City goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin has departed Valley Parade, despite an impressive record for the Bantams in 2013/14.
We Made History one year on: those who left Bradford City
By Andrew Baxter Whilst we have followed the fortunes of those who remained with the club following last season’s heroics, what about those who are no longer at the club? Matt Duke Duke was incredible in most of the… Read More ›
League Cup miracle, one year on: Arsenal
Width of a Post’s retrospective look back on last season’s incredible League Cup run has reached Arsenal in the quarter finals – one year ago t0day. Katie Whyatt recalls the night when the Bantams beat the mighty Gunners. Bradford… Read More ›
League Cup miracle, one year on: Wigan Athletic
Width of a Post continues its look back on last season’s incredible League Cup run, as Jason McKeown reflects on the shock victory over Wigan, which occurred a year ago today. Wigan Athletic 0 Bradford City 0 (Bradford City win… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus #42: Jon McLaughlin
By Jason McKeown He’s suffered from a few false dawns, and continues to have his share of critics in the stands, but it appears as though Jon McLaughlin has finally claimed the title that he has spent over five years… Read More ›
Farewell Matt Duke
By Jason McKeown Matt Duke’s time at Bradford City has followed a narrative increasingly familiar with many of Phil Parkinson’s signings. After a less than auspicious start, negative judgements are made that seem certain to be cast in stone, only… Read More ›
The wonderfully dull close season
By Jason McKeown For us Bradford City supporters, the tradition, at this time of the year, is to fret about the lack of signings and worry about the transfer business already completed by our league rivals. This summer looks set… Read More ›