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.
The Bantams bowed out of the FA Cup in the first round, as those in reserve failed to press their claims for a bigger role.
Bradford City began the much debated Football League Trophy campaign with a promising win over supposedly more illustrious opponents.
Valley Parade has seen huge changes this summer making it almost impossible to forecast how this season will turn out.
Bradford City’s play off push has been built upon an outstanding defensive record, which three very familiar faces at the heart.
City 4 Walsall 0: It goes right in a big, big way for a fully on song Bantams side.
City 1 Swindon 0: A first half Billy Clarke header ultimately proves enough to deliver a sixth win in seven, opening up talk of automatic promotion.
City 1 Scunthorpe United 0: Another vital goal from Steve Davies tightens the Bantams’ grip on the play offs.