Bradford City’s season ticket sales have hit record numbers, as a new generation of fans have come on board.
Part two of WOAP’s in-depth interview with Chief Executive David Baldwin.
By Jason McKeown
It did not look good just a fortnight ago, and the statements from the club carried a slight whiff of desperation. But as the Bradford City season ticket offer ended on Thursday evening, news that a final total of 8,417 have been sold is surely beyond expectations – representing a huge boost to the club. Once again City will have the highest gates in League Two next season, something which appeared to be in some doubt when initial uptake was poor.
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