The dust has settled but there are no recriminations about City being thrashed against Swansea City at Wembley.
Despite a 4-0 scoreline, our Bantams blogger describes today as 'something special'.y.
The latest from our blogger Kevin Mitchell as he takes his seat at Wembley stadium.
It might be Bradford City's second Wembley final this season, but it's the first time they've been involved in a play-off final since 1996. Back then they were a division up, trying to get into what's now the Championship.
John Shires has been looking back at their 2-0 victory against Notts County with the help of their manager and one of their goalscorers that day.
Bradford City fans are preparing to head down to Wembley for the second time this season. The team is to face Northampton Town in the League 2 play-off final.
It's being reported that Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson has agreed a new two year contract at the club. Parkinson has taken the Bantams to Wembley twice this season. His current contract is due to run out this summer.
The Yorkshire Post is reporting that joint chairman Julian Rhodes says an agreement has been reached but Parkinson is yet to put pen to paper.
Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson has called on the club's fans to roar them onto victory in tonight's League Two play-off semi-final opener against Burton Albion.
He told Calendar's John Shires that confidence is high amongst his squad after a run of just two defeats in 15 games but now they have to finish the job off to ensure the Bantams secure their second Wembley appearance of the season.
Bradford City captain Gary Jones insists the only prize that matters this season is promotion .
The driving force behind Phil Parkinson's side was named this week in the PFA League Two Team of the Season but as Bradford prepare to take on Burton Albion tonight in the play-off semi final opener he told Calendar's John Shires that success at Wembley is more important.
York City chairman Jason McGill tells Calendar about his decision to dispense with Gary Mills and appoint Nigel Worthington as his successor.
New York City manager Nigel Worthington speaking to our reporter Charlie Garforth at Bootham Crescent today.
York have appointed former Northern Ireland boss, Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday player Nigel Worthington as their new manager.
The Minstermen sacked Gary Mills following Saturday's 2-0 defeat at home to Bradford - a result which left them 18th in npower League Two and four points above the relegation zone.
In the wake of Gary Mills' sacking as manager of York City, we've been to speak to the club's Communications Director Sophie Hicks about the board's decision to dispense with Mills' services as well as their search for his replacement.
York City have sacked manager Gary Mills after the League 2 side lost 2-0 to Bradford City. York have had a run of 11 games without a win. In a statement, the club's board of directors said its absolute priority is to safeguard the club’s Football League status.
– Statement, York City Board of Directors.
It is with regret that the York City Board of Directors has terminated the contract of manager, Gary Mills, with immediate effect. The recent playing form, which has resulted in the team achieving only 6 points out of a possible 33 points, has led the Board to this extremely difficult decision.
The York City Board of Directors’ absolute priority is to safeguard the Club’s Football League status and an improvement in results is essential due to our current League position.
The Board added their thanks to Gary Mills for his "great contribution to York City Football Club and for managing last season’s promotion team. We wish Gary the very best for his future career." The club says it hopes to make an announcement about a new manager within the next week.
York are 18th in the League 2 table and just four points above the drop zone. Mills, a European Cup winner as a player with Nottingham Forest in1980, was appointed as manager at York in October 2010 and led the club to promotion back into the football league last season.