Bradford City began 2019 with a comprehensive victory over Accrington – and they’re out of the bottom four again.
Saturday’s home defeat to Barnsley saw the new season’s tactical approach struggle to impress against high calibre opposition.
Back to back defeats have cast a shadow over Bradford City’s season, but it is within everyone’s hands to grasp the opportunity evident in the league table.
Part one of our in-depth review of the squad looks at high achieving players surpassing their high expectations
Bradford City produced another remarkable away victory, but there were lessons to take on board from their conquered hosts.
Goals from Charlie Wyke and Nathaniel Knight-Percival see Bradford City claim three points against Doncaster Rovers but the second half performance worried Stuart McCall
Nathaniel Knight-Percival: “It was just the norm, working nine to five and then training after work”
Nathaniel Knight-Percival talks recovering from Bradford City’s Wembley heartache and his journey from a car factory and part-time football
Bradford City’s thrilling 3-1 victory over Bristol Rovers was a triumph for Stuart McCall’s tactics, with Charlie Wyke, Nathaniel Knight-Percival and Tony McMahon shining.
Bradford City endured a painful play off semi final defeat a year ago, but that should now act as a motivation to the players.
A comfortable 3-0 victory over Wimbledon guarantees City will be in the play offs – and that McCall has achieved success that alluded him during his first spell.