Oli McBurnie is enjoying notable success after leaving Bradford City in the summer, but then as a fanbase many of us were glad to see him – and other former youth players – leave.
Familiar issues disrupt Bradford City’s promotion charge
City 1 Walsall 1: An under-strength Bantams side expose well-known weaknesses but still climb into the top six.
The Port Vale verdict: Vital components missing, which could limit Bradford City’s progress
Following Bradford City’s draw with Port Vale, WOAP pundits share their verdict on the attack and defence.
Mixed bag from Bradford City characterises start to the season
City halted a run of successive home defeats to draw 1-1 with Port Vale, but underlying issues remain prevalent
Bradford City eased out at the Theatre of Silence
A spirited performance is not enough to prevent Bradford City from bowing out of the League Cup at MK Dons.
The fruits of youth development as Bradford City go to MK (again)
Bradford City are back at Stadium:MK, taking on home grown opposition for a place in the last 16 of the League Cup.
The Swindon verdict: Officiating not to blame, but more could be done to clamp down on time-wasting
The Width of a Post pundit team pick the bones out of Saturday’s disappointing 2-1 home defeat to Swindon; focusing on the visitors’ time wasting tactics and the problem of finding the right partner for James Hanson.
James Hanson becomes irreplaceable as Bradford City welcome Yeovil Town
Yeovil Town are in town on Saturday – and after an average performance from the forward line midweek, James Hanson’s return to the starting line up is vital.
The significance of cup competitions as City go to Oldham in the JPT
Bradford City are back in JPT action this week – a competition that did much to help Phil Parkinson during his difficult first few months in charge.
Tied up in Knotts
Bradford City defeat local rivals Leeds United for the first time in 28 years – thanks to a thrilling late comeback that is inspired by Billy Knott.