Watching Bradford City on iFollow has been hard work for some, but for others it’s rekindled a life long love for the club.
Watching Bradford City so far this season, I still don’t know what the plan is, and it’s leaving supporters with an unpleasant taste
Following Bradford City on the road can be an up and down experience, but the highs are always that little bit extra special because of the miles you travel to experience them.
Going to Valley Parade is a way of life. Going to Valley Parade is our way of life.
The recent transfer chaos at Bradford City underlines a club struggling with its structure and leadership.
After a few weeks of disillusionment for supporters, just attending Tuesday’s game with Cheltenham felt like a greater effort than usual.
The latest fans media group meeting offered a welcome opportunity to ask Bradford City about the current outlook on and off the field.
Even with the Bantams positioned for success this season, City are lacking a vision and purpose that everyone can get behind.
Bradford City have frozen season ticket prices at £150 for next season. It’s a move that will have its critics, but seems right for a city where much of its population has it tough.
Getting relegated does funny things to football fans’ expectations, especially when you have your sights set far higher as a club.