Bradford City turned the form book upside down to defeat a Stevenage side who have been flying.
Calm, composed Bradford City send a message to the rest of League Two with handsome win
Bradford City turned on the style to comfortably defeat one of the divisions’ early pace setters – thanks once again to their brilliant manager.
Reconfigured Bradford City hint at an ability to win when the pressure is on – but they must build on this
Bradford City returned to winning ways with a crucial three points for the under-pressure Derek Adams.
Something special is Cook-ing at Bradford City
Bradford City were in top form to swat aside a decent Stevenage team and underline their promotion credentials.
Slow starting Bradford City battle back for a point but struggle to find a higher gear
Clayton Donaldson’s brilliant header earns Bradford City another point, but the race for the final play off spot is hotting up.
Novak’s timely double gets Bradford City’s league season up and running
Lee Novak’s second half double earned City their first League Two victory of the season and suggests Stuart McCall has at least one answer to his striker headache.
Restoring the foundations
A strong half time team talk appesr9to turn around City’s night – and maybe their season.
2013/14 reviewed: A healthy League One
By Jason McKeown The final chapter of the 2013/14 League One season turned out to be one of its finest. At Wembley stadium, Leyton Orient and Rotherham United delivered a pulsating play off final contest in which everyone emerged with great… Read More ›
These things I believe
By Jason McKeown Over the last 9-12 months, I’ve mellowed considerably in my emotions towards Bradford City. I don’t seem to feel the highs quite as much as I used to, but more importantly I don’t get caught up in… Read More ›
Two steps forward, one step back
Bradford City 2 Reach 11, Hanson 42 Stevenage 3 Zoko 23, Freeman 65+87 Saturday 1 March, 2013 By Katie Whyatt That hurt. To see City so hesitant and frenetic, so soon after clawing out two consecutive wins, was painful. To… Read More ›