Bradford City are back to winning ways, but they were pushed all the way by a spirited Plymouth Argyle who shrugged off a series of set backs.
Bradford City’s return to league action ended in disappointment and falling out of the top three, as another of League Two’s stronger sides bettered the Bantams.
A much improved second half Bradford City display goes without reward, leaving the Bantams with much work to do to escape the drop
Bradford City’s surprise home defeat to Plymouth Argyle has raised questions, but the inquest should focus on more factors than the manager.
Exeter City vs Bradford City preview @St. James Park on Saturday 16 March, 2013 By Mark Scully As City prepare for their second game in Devon of the week, in my eyes they have finally entered the last, last chance saloon…. Read More ›
Plymouth Argyle 0 Bradford City 0 Tuesday 12 March, 2013 By Jason McKeown Phil Parkinson is more than capable of masterminding a Bradford City promotion from League Two. But sadly, it won’t be this season. Not unless things change very,… Read More ›