These are uncertain times for Bradford City as the squad is set to be significantly revamped as part of the transfer philosophy
Stephen Darby will be remembered at Valley Parade not just as the best right back since the Premier League days but as a leader who pioneered change.
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.
Bradford City endured a painful play off semi final defeat a year ago, but that should now act as a motivation to the players.
A back-up Bradford City side ended the season with a decent draw that denied Rochdale a top six finish, and they look to be in a positive mood for the play offs
Bradford City have enjoyed continuity between this season and last thanks to a dressing room build on strong core values. Stuart McCall and Edin Rahic must protect them as the club moves forward.
The week in review: why McCall is delivering high performances, how the forward line might become more fluid, and who should play in defence?
Stuart McCall has a squad of players who are playing their hearts out for him, but finding the balance between effective attacking and defending solidly continues to cause Bradford City problems.
The week in review: Cullen’s value is soaring, the history makers are heading towards history, and City’s home record deserves to be shouted about
Josh Cullen is ace, the history makers face uncertain futures, Jones has very limited experience actually playing up front, Ched Evans’ record is poor and Valley Parade is a fortress.
A superb second half display from Bradford City earns a badly needed win and could act as a useful piece of advertising in the transfer window.
Bradford City’s goalless draw with Charlton Athletic sees them lose ground on League One’s pace-setters, but the team’s approach continues to excite.