Aaron Mclean is set to leave on loan, and Phil Parkinson must share responsibility for his failing City career.
Nathan Doyle is out, and Gary Liddle and Billy Knott are in.
Nathan Doyle may have played his last game for Bradford City, but he could play a key role in next season’s revamped side.
Tranmere Rovers vs Bradford City preview @Prenton Park on Saturday 3 May, 2014 By Jason McKeown I’m really looking forward to this one, and for that I feel I should almost be apologetic. What is a largely meaningless game for… Read More ›
Swindon Town vs Bradford City preview @The County Ground on Monday 21 April, 2014 By Jason McKeown The quirk of going into the Easter weekend facing the two sides vying for the same final play off spot was the effect that… Read More ›
Jason Kennedy and Matty Dolan have both attempted to wrestle hold of a place in Bradford City’s midfield this season, with mixed results.
Rotherham United 0 Bradford City 0 Friday 11 April, 2014 By Jason McKeown Redemption begins in Rotherham. All of that negativity from the Oldham shambles was firmly blasted away here with a highly commendable Bradford City performance. The precious point… Read More ›