Dean Windass speaks to Katie Whyatt about his spells at Bradford City, Hull City and working with some of football’s most famous faces
The second era of Bantams Progressivism was all about boom and bust, as City scaled heights they hadn’t reached for nearly 80 years.
Everyone is desperate for City to sign a 20-goal-a-season striker, but recent history demonstrates the pitfalls of relying too much on one man.
The hunt for the next Bradford City manager is on, and the result will tell us much about the future direction of the club.
Saturday’s heroics have once again underlined the incredible job Parkinson is doing at Valley Parade.
Our potted history series continues with a trip back 16 years, where the sacking of a Bradford City manager caused a national storm. Jason McKeown takes up the story. January 1998 and the FA Cup third round. 5,000 Bradford City… Read More ›
Part one of our summer series looking at less celebrated moments in Bradford City history (see the ‘about’ note here) sees Jason McKeown recall the story of the club’s one (and only) foray into European competition, in 2000. “We’re disappointed… Read More ›
Bradford City vs Gillingham preview @Valley Parade on Saturday 15 March, 2014 By Jason McKeown Peter Taylor is back in town this weekend, as he brings his current team, Gillingham, to Valley Parade. It is probably no big deal to a… Read More ›
Wolves vs Bradford City preview @Molineux Stadium on Saturday 1 February, 2013 By Jason McKeown Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton. Words that will cause many a Bradford City fan to become misty-eyed, given the events that took place at the home of… Read More ›