By Jason McKeown If you’re a Bradford City supporter, there’s one particularly pertinent truism right now – someone disagrees with your view of recent events at Valley Parade. After six months of turmoil on and off the pitch, and with… Read More ›
Bradford City were getting closer and closer to escaping the lower leagues, before it all went wrong.
Charlie Wyke’s late, late equaliser at Rochdale probably isn’t enough to keep City’s play off hopes alive, but it was still a moment to enjoy.
Bradford City prepare for two consecutive home games with the opportunity to shift the negative mood by winning football matches.
Monday evening’s Bradford City fans forum offered the club the chance to put the record straight, but some answers fell short of expectations.
Back to back defeats have cast a shadow over Bradford City’s season, but it is within everyone’s hands to grasp the opportunity evident in the league table.
Bradford City have experienced a hugely memorable 20 years, testing and rewarding the patience of supporters.
Bradford City bounced back from a dip in league form after taking three hard-fought points at Portsmouth.
Bradford City might have ambitions to climb into the top two divisions, but their stay in League One has turned them into one of the most successful clubs in the country.
Mark Marshall’s move to Charlton throws up yet more doubts about Bradford City’s prospects next season, but there’s a long, long way to go.