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 ›
Romain Vincelot signing for Bradford City has lifted spirits, and the pre-season defeat to Burnley showcased a new approach for the season.
City have historically shown that an unexpected tweak to the team can deliver huge rewards.
Bradford City prepare for their first home league match in nearly two months, with the talk continuing to be around the lack of goals.
Phil Parkinson has a key month ahead of him as he tries to turn around a team that has begun to wobble. So what can he do to fix it tactically?
City’s home game with Southend United was postponed this weekend, creating an opportune moment to take stock of the season so far.
Width of a Post writers offer their best and the worst of Bradford City’s season so far.
City 0 Peterborough 2: The Bantams suffer a first defeat in six games and endure yet more home misery.
City 2 Sheffield United 2: On the cusp of League One excellence, the Bantams shoot themselves in the foot by blowing a 2-0 lead.
City 1 Port Vale 0: The Bantams leave it very late to bag a first win of the season and Valley Parade has a new hero.