Thursday night’s timid defeat to Blackburn Rovers was yet another reminder of how much Bradford City have gone backwards since the end of last season.
The WOAP half season review – part two
Our in-depth review of the squad’s performances, up to the half way point of the season, continues with players who have fared well if not quite hitting high expectations.
The right way to win (and lose)
Bradford City produced another remarkable away victory, but there were lessons to take on board from their conquered hosts.
How the players rated at Wembley (and how far they could take the club from here)
By Alex Scott and Tim Penfold When Tim and I were asked to come up with some player ratings after Saturday’s [redacted] at the hands of Millwall (too soon) we tried to think of the most useful scale upon which… Read More ›
The play offs previewed: past experience could provide players with an edge
Bradford City endured a painful play off semi final defeat a year ago, but that should now act as a motivation to the players.
Stuart McCall leads Bradford City into the play offs with another excellent victory
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.
Walking the thin lines
A dreadful start at the Champions results in a costly set back for Bradford City.
Stuart McCall underlines his greater experience and ability as City move closer to top six finish
Nicky Law’s second half winner earns Bradford City another victory on a day where every promotion rival also won.
State of the (Bantams) Nation #1: The players
Bradford City have enjoyed continuity between this season and last thanks to a dressing room build on strong core values. Stuart McCall and Edin Rahic must protect them as the club moves forward.
Another step closer to the play offs
A second half goal from Billy Clarke helps City defeat Walsall and creep closer to cementing a top six finish.