Bradford City are in a desperate position but there is still room for hope.
“I am angry, I am sad, to see MY club reduced to this level.”
After a fourth straight Bradford City defeat testing times lie ahead for disillusioned supporters.
The nature of the traditional domestic football season in this part of world – spread over two calendar years from August to May – can lead to all sorts of anomalies.
We used to believe we were all in it together. Now it seems we are not.
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.