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Kyel Reid is the latest to pour scorn on suggestions that City can only play one way.
Bradford Disability Football Club will swell their coffers from the sale of a limited edition City badge.
Arsenal might be sitting pretty five points clear at the top of the Premier League tree right now but turn the clock back a year and Arsene Wenger’s north London aristocrats were suffering their worst nightmare at an icy Valley Parade.
Phil Parkinson has reacted with disgust to the growing football corruption scandal after two of his former players were among those arrested.
City are locked in an eight-team battle for the last two play-off spots, according to Mark Lawn.
The tweet to announce that Nahki Wells was Elland Road-bound was a clumsy spoof.
“Hanson”, “Nahki Wells”, “Hanson”, “no, Nahki Wells” ... the debate then descends into giggles as brother and sister agree to disagree.
City head into next month’s transfer window aiming to recoup the loss from missing out on a cup run.
Matthew Bates is in no rush to sort out his Valley Parade future.
City’s players have donated their match fees from the recent FA Cup defeat at Rotherham to Bradford Hospitals Children’s Charity.
There was another full house for Bradford City’s women as all three senior teams took maximum points with a goals aggregate of 19 for and just two against.
Andrew Davies today urged City team-mate Nahki Wells: Stick with us for now.
Andrew Davies column: It might sound biased but I genuinely think our front two are the best in the league. The manager gets the best out of them because of the way we play. Nahki runs the channels and Hans is great with the big diagonal ball.
Mark Yeates is being backed to force his way into City’s starting plans again – by the player who took his shirt.
City beat Burnley 3-1 in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Valley Parade today.
Julian Rhodes believes City must be prepared for the prospect of losing Nahki Wells sooner rather than later.
Bradford City fans have topped a league for loyal fans.
Reid not guilty! Bantams boss prepares case for winger’s defence after seeing red over yellow card decisions
Phil Parkinson is compiling video proof to demonstrate that Kyel Reid is no serial diver.
Matthew Bates managed to dodge the bug that descended on the City dressing room last week. But there is one malaise that the centre half is finding hard to stomach right now.
A fan-made film marking Bradford City’s Wembley triumph from the perspective of 1,000 supporters was shown for the first time during a big screen premiere at the National Media Museum last night.