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CITY'S 2-0 win at Rochdale this afternoon was a “massive” one according to assistant boss Steve Parkin.
City put the cap on a memorable week by following up their win over Leeds with victory at Rochdale this afternoon.
VALLEY Parade wasn’t the only place that exploded into raptures as Billy Knott’s ferocious shot threatened to burst the net.
STEVE Parkin is hopeful that City can do some deadline-day business before the transfer window shuts late on Monday night.
AFTER a quiet celebration with his family to reflect on the Leeds win, Phil Parkinson woke up to business as usual.
PHIL Parkinson stressed there will be no time for any pats on the back as he celebrates three years in the Valley Parade hot-seat today.
Arrests made in connection with derby match - but majority of City and Leeds supporters praised for their behaviour
DESPITE making two arrests for public order offences related to last night's local derby between Bradford City and Leeds United, police have praised both sets of supporters as a "credit to their clubs."
MARK Lawn was happy to pour cold water on City’s Capital One Cup celebrations.
Bradford City 2 Leeds United 1
PHIL Parkinson savoured the sight of his City side writing another chapter of club history and roared: This team never know when they’re beaten.
City's reward for beating Leeds tonight is a trip to League One rivals MK Dons in the third round of the Capital One Cup.
NAHKI Wells has challenged the current City team to rekindle the Capital One Cup magic from two seasons ago.
City finally ended their Valley Parade hoodoo against Leeds in the most dramatic fashion to come from behind with two late goals tonight.
A special treat for Bradford City fans to help them get in the mood for tonight's massive Capital One Cup second-round derby with arch rivals Leeds United at Valley Parade.
BILLY Clarke knows better than anyone how quickly players can cement themselves in the affections of the fans on derby days.
PHIL Parkinson has bashed the bookies for making City favourites to topple Leeds in tonight’s Capital One Cup derby and declared: We are still the underdogs.
For a manager to be under pressure after four games is ridiculous - Parkinson's sympathy for Leeds boss as rival feels the heat
UNDER-FIRE Leeds boss David Hockaday has received derby-day backing from Phil Parkinson over the “crazy” situation at Elland Road.
JULIAN Rhodes reckons a "once-in-a-lifetime" win over Leeds tomorrow would even top the great Valley Parade cup nights against Arsenal and Aston Villa.
THE Capital One Cup continues to be great news for Bradford City.
PHIL Parkinson is confident that City can cope without defensive talisman Andrew Davies.