Bradford blogger Katie Whyatt writes about plans to introduce Premier League U21 teams into the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.Read the full story ›
One of Bradford Teaching Hospitals’ last members of staff to tend to the injured on the day of the Bradford City fire is retiring.Read the full story ›
Bradford City fan Katie Whyatt is delighted with the way things are going for the Bantams in League 1.Read the full story ›
Bradford City fan Mahesh Johal writes an open letter to defender Tony McMahon.Read the full story ›
Bradford City fan Mahesh Johal feels Phil Parkinson's boys are well placed for one big promotion push.Read the full story ›
Bradford City blogger Katie Whyatt feels manager Phil Parkinson's experimentation with his side's playing style and formation is a positive.Read the full story ›
Sheffield United have given police information following claims of ‘ISIS’ chanting during last month’s derby against Bradford City.Read the full story ›
The Football Association says it is looking into claims of alleged racist chanting from Sheffield United fans towards Bradford City fans during their League One match at Bramall Lane on Monday.
A few hundred Sheffield United fans near the away terrace allegedly sang 'You’re just a town full of ISIS' towards the 4,000 travelling support from Bradford.
The FA have confirmed that they are aware of the allegations and looking into the matter.
Sheffield United won the match 3-1.
Despite six strikers on the books, Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson is yet to find a definite strike partnership, writes Katie Whyatt.Read the full story ›
Katie Whyatt thinks when it comes to the transfer market, Phil Parkinson has got more things right than wrong.Read the full story ›