Aaron Mclean is set to leave on loan, and Phil Parkinson must share responsibility for his failing City career.
The changing face of Bradford City’s midfield
Nathan Doyle is out, and Gary Liddle and Billy Knott are in.
The Midweek Player Focus #59: Nathan Doyle
Nathan Doyle may have played his last game for Bradford City, but he could play a key role in next season’s revamped side.
Last day fun and games as Bradford City go to Tranmere
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 ›
The day the sun shined for departing City players
Bradford City 2 Mclean 49, Thompson 86 Crawley Town 1 Proctor 65 Saturday 26 April, 2014 By Jason McKeown This was a leaving party with a strange feel – for it was unclear who, exactly, we were bidding farewell to…. Read More ›
Easter’s growing pains
Swindon Town 1 Cox 64 Bradford City 0 Monday 21 April, 2014 Written by David Lawrence (images by Mike Holdsworth) Gliding into the sunny Swindon station, the smell of the picturesque Wiltshire countryside wafted into the ex-holidaymaker packed train, reminding… Read More ›
Somebody else’s cup final as Bradford City go to Swindon
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 ›
The Midweek Player Focus #57: Jason Kennedy / Matty Dolan
Jason Kennedy and Matty Dolan have both attempted to wrestle hold of a place in Bradford City’s midfield this season, with mixed results.
Who should stay and who should go?
Written by Gareth Walker (all images: Mike Holdsworth) It’s that time of year again where thoughts are turning to which names will be on the retained list and, conversely, which players Bradford City fans will be waving goodbye to during… Read More ›
Regaining self-respect as Bradford City hit 50
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 ›