As the dust settles on Parkinson’s departure, Bradford City have some big questions to consider as they come to redefine their identity
The article we always hoped we’d never have to write
Quite often, football is the only thing that will make 18,000 people smile in the way we’ve smiled at times. And that was because of him.
Another glory night for Bradford City as Millwall trouncing sets up date at Chelsea
They did and they did it in stunning fashion. City are into the 4th round after thrashing Millwall 4-0.
The spectre of Beeston
“Sometimes it is easier to allow them to defeat themselves Parkin” – how ‘Sherlock Parkinson’ cracked the case of defeating Leeds United.
A (magic) man for all ages
By Jason McKeown As Phil Parkinson drove into work last Friday, he would have been mentally preparing for one of the most difficult meetings of his managerial career. Telling any footballer you are effectively making them unemployed is never easy,… Read More ›
By Jason McKeown Back in October 2002, Terry Yorath was coming under increasing pressure in the Hillsborough hotseat, after one victory in 10 games. And as his Sheffield Wednesday side were five minutes away from going down to yet another… Read More ›
The Midweek Player Focus #41: Nahki Wells
By Katie Whyatt It wasn’t how it was supposed to be. At least, it wasn’t how he’d hoped it would be. It wasn’t how anyone had hoped it would be – especially the prodigious goalscorer who had been so influential… Read More ›
2012/13 season review: The man behind promotion
By Mark Scully Phil Parkinson has probably never had it so good during his managerial career. On a personal level, his stock is the highest it has ever been and, in all honesty, he could probably have his pick of… Read More ›
Parkinson signs up until 2016 as City find stability
“Three years was the minimum we wanted. We’re aiming to go back up the divisions and we want Phil to be the man leading us.” Julian Rhodes By Jason McKeown Phil Parkinson has finally ended months of speculation by today… Read More ›
Team Claret and Amber finish the job
Rating the players’ performance in crushing Northampton Town.