Billy Clarke has bounced back from a difficult second season to become the focal point of Bradford City’s increasingly adventurous approach.
Bradford City quickly get back to winning ways on an emotional evening that’s all about number nines.
Bradford City sit second in the table and are rapidly conquering all their fears.
Bradford City’s wonderful victory was the kind of afternoon we thought we’d never experience with Stuart McCall again.
The Bantams bowed out of the FA Cup in the first round, as those in reserve failed to press their claims for a bigger role.
City extend their unbeaten run to twelve league games under Stuart McCall, with Law and Dieng clear focal points.
A second successive win pushes still-unbeaten Bradford City into the top two, with a familiar face reassuming the role of Stuart McCall’s talisman.
Stuart McCall is encouraging his team to bring variety to their play, which is causing the opposition plenty of problems. But there’s still on reoccurring issue.
Bradford City played out a stalemate in the hotly-anticipated visit to Phil Parkinson’s Bolton Wanderers.
By Jason McKeown Peter Taylor’s resignation as Bradford City manager in February 2011 was the beginning of the end to Leon Osborne’s career as a professional footballer. A bright young prodigy who made his debut at 16 in 2007, Osborne… Read More ›