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GARY Liddle reckons City's current lack of numbers is creating a 'band of brothers' spirit within the squad.
Colchester 0, City 0
PHIL Parkinson looked back on a good week on the road for City and said: “We’re putting our bodies on the line.”
Regular updates from Bradford City's League One match against Colchester United from the Weston Homes Community Stadium
MARK Yeates reckons he can finally call City home and put a troubled first year at the club behind him.
AS A player who enjoyed promotion success at both clubs, Alan Connell would have taken a keen interest in Swindon’s visit to Valley Parade last week.
TOP scorer James Hanson could miss City’s next five games with his injured thigh.
RORY McArdle hopes that history will repeat itself to extend City's remarkable road run at Colchester tomorrow.
CITY must serve up a repeat showing at Colchester tomorrow – by orders of the management.
BOSS Tony Humes reckons the Colchester mood remains upbeat despite their late heartbreak against Sheffield United.
PHIL Parkinson today launched a strong defence of keeper Jordan Pickford for his “steely” character.
MK Dons 1 Bradford City 2
PHIL Parkinson held up City’s gutsy 2-1 triumph at MK Dons as one of the best results of his three-year reign at the club.
CITY rode the loss of James Hanson in the warm-up to claim a remarkable win at in-form MK Dons tonight.
GARY Liddle denies that City are developing a phobia about playing at Valley Parade.
FRENCHMAN Christopher Routis is poised for his League One bow as City bid to stop the rot at free-scoring MK Dons tonight.
FILIPE Morais expects a warmer reception than he was used to as an MK Dons player.
Bradford City 1 Swindon Town 2
PHIL Parkinson admits City are “one and a half” players down at the back without Andrew Davies.
ANGRY Phil Parkinson had no sympathy for Alan Sheehan for his red card at the end of City’s 2-1 loss to Swindon.