By Katie Whyatt Eric Dier’s penalty had barely stopped bouncing when those of a Bradford City persuasion began teasing photographs from the brittle slip covers of the Bantams’ family photo album. Stuart McCall is the closest thing this book has to… Read More ›
Simon Grayson has turned down the chance to remain at Bradford City, but was he the right man anyway?
Bradford City legend Gary Jones speaks to Katie Whyatt about the Class of ’13 and explains why a Valley Parade return isn’t on the cards
Former Bradford City captain Gary Jones speaks to Katie Whyatt about the Class of ’13 and the prospect of returning to Valley Parade.
Former Bradford City striker Alan Connell speaks to Katie Whyatt about the Bantams Class of ’13, how Eddie Howe changed Bournemouth and working under Paolo Di Canio.
In the first of a series of ‘essays’ reviewing this season, Katie Whyatt examines the squad’s changing style.
2016/17 was a season where worst fears were never realised but weaknesses from day one were never fully addressed.
The third era of Bantams Progressivism has seen the club recover spectacularly from years of financial problems and under-achievement, and it’s not finished just yet.
WOAP speaks to James Mason about a season of huge change, the new transfer strategy, Wembley and the club’s strategy if they make it to the Championship.
Stuart McCall has proven to be an inspired choice to replace Phil Parkinson, and the prospect of glory under the City legend feels extra special.