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CITY can prevent runaway leaders Bristol City from making history tonight as Phil Parkinson insists: We're not going there to make up the numbers.
JON Stead can expect a decent ovation when he returns to his former club Bristol City tonight.
CHRIS Routis and Gary Liddle are competing to fill the vacancy left by Stephen Darby at right back as City prepare to take on leaders Bristol City.
YOUNG City striker Oliver McBurnie can toughen up away from the Valley Parade spotlight, Phil Parkinson claimed today.
City 0, Sheffield United 2
SKIPPER Stephen Darby was sent off as City suffered another dose of telly misery at Valley Parade against Sheffield United.
RORY McArdle and Stephen Darby weren’t too sure what to expect when they sat down for a question-and-answer session with City fans this week.
JON Stead will step into the TV firing line for City tonight against the club he led in the Premier League.
NIGEL Clough is looking forward to a Valley Parade catch-up with his “old” pal Steve Parkin.
Bradford City soccer legend Bobby Campbell has told of his 15-month ordeal after he and his wife were cleared of fraud charges.
City have made their second loan signing of the day by bringing in Middlesbrough winger Andy Halliday.
STRIKER Jon Stead is back with City on loan until the new year.
Bradford City soccer legend Bobby Campbell and his wife have been cleared of fraud.
BRYAN Robson was making his debut appearance in the home dug-out when Valley Parade last hosted a televised tea-time game.
KEEPER Jordan Pickford hopes any heroics will count for something when City play their second TV game in a week tomorrow against Sheffield United.
FILIPE Morais insists his short-term future at Valley Parade is not proving a distraction.
BRADFORD City are right at the top of the table when it comes to value for money on ticket prices at Valley Parade.
PHIL Parkinson feels the on-going managerial cull in the Football League is “beyond belief”.
THE advent of social media has illustrated just how many Bradford City supporters follow their team’s fortunes from far and wide.
STRIKER Mason Bennett has left City to go back to Derby.