The behaviour of some Millwall fans at Wembley put a cloud over the day for both the Lions and Bradford City, and more needs to be done to prevent further repeats.
By Alex Scott and Tim Penfold When Tim and I were asked to come up with some player ratings after Saturday’s [redacted] at the hands of Millwall (too soon) we tried to think of the most useful scale upon which… Read More ›
Bradford City’s play off final defeat was a painful experience but still a day to remember. Now the disappointment must be channelled in a positive way.
Bradford City’s remarkable season falls short at the final hurdle, as Millwall clinch a late winner.
“At this moment, there is no turning back on a journey that has led us to the final battlefield.”
Bradford City’s Wembley opponents have plenty of recent history with the Bantams; but despite some big strengths they are beatable.
The third era of Bantams Progressivism has seen the club recover spectacularly from years of financial problems and under-achievement, and it’s not finished just yet.
21 years ago, Bradford City’s first-ever visit to Wembley was a historic occasion that did much to change the future history of the club.
The second era of Bantams Progressivism was all about boom and bust, as City scaled heights they hadn’t reached for nearly 80 years.
Bantams Progessivism was born in the 1980s during a truly remarkable period in the club’s history – one that has much in common with the present day successes.