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Simon Parker Column

UNLUCKY: City deserved better in their cracker with Barnsley

John Hendrie Column: Bradford City can still set up Barn-storming finish

RETURNING HERO: Gary Jones is at Valley Parade for the former players' meeting

John Hendrie Column: Night of magic memories in store for City fans

GOOD MATCH: City joint-chairman Mark Lawn and his wife Yvonne, who died on Monday

OPINION: Mark Lawn's tragic loss puts football into perspective

BARRY SCORES: Morecambe keeper Barry Roche, pictured against City after conceding a penalty from Barry Conlon, netted at the right end on Tuesday

OPINION: Goalkeepers should be goal takers more often

KNEESY DOES IT: Andy Halliday slides towards the City fans after firing home the third goal at Stamford Bridge

One year on and hero Halliday has one small regret about the day the Bantams bashed Chelsea

STAYING POWER: Kyel Reid is delighted to be back with the Bantams for the rest of the season

ON PARADE: Reid keen to write his name in Bradford City's cup records

IN WITH A SHOUT: Stephen Darby sees City's hectic period as a positive

ON PARADE: It's better for Bantams to keep busy, says Darby

COVER STORY: It has been a familiar tale for City groundsman Mick Doyle to try to protect the pitch from the wet weather

Bantams wait longer than Noah to host some league football again

MAIN MAN: Matt Duke is mobbed by his delirious team-mates once they finally catch him

Simon Parker Column: Here Wigo ... Duke recalls a very special night that put the Bantams on path to glory

NET GAIN: Devante Cole nudges City in the right direction with one of the goals against Rochdale

John Hendrie Column: You can bet Bantams will get it right by end of the season

LONDON FALLING: Mayor Boris Johnson said it was a "no brainer" to turn down the chance of hosting the 2017 Grand Depart

Simon Parker Column: Boris loses his "ooh la la" not wanting to Carry On with Le Tour

MID-ON THE MONEY: James Middlebrook celebrates a Middlesex wicket with Andrew Gale as Yorkshire close in on another title

Gale and Co entitled to Lord it as Yorkshire reign supreme again

RECORD BREAKER: Wayne Rooney's penalty against Switzerland took him to 50 goals for England – but few in tournament finals

Record-breaking Rooney still to deliver for England when it matters most

FIRST GAME: Phil Parkinson cuts an animated figure at Morecambe on his debut as City boss

Good ship Bradford City buck the trend under Parkinson

KOP THAT: Christian Benteke, right, celebrates his goal against Bournemouth at Anfield

Time to end the secrecy and let referees do the talking

HE SHOOTS, HE SCORES: Josh Carson dispatches York's winning spot-kick to sink City

Bradford City take dim view over York light show

Rover and out: George Green finished last season on loan with Tranmere, who were relegated from the Football League

COMMENT: Green around the gills: Former Bantams wonderkid learns football's harsh lesson

Phil Parkinson applauds the fans after City's stunning FA Cup win at Chelsea – a result that attracted takeover interest

Column: Parkinson can be sure of landslide win with any Valley Parade public vote

John Terry is a picture of anguish as Paris St Germain bundle Chelsea out at Stamford Bridge

Greed may be good but it's not the best as Premier League bubble is burst

Jose Mourinho used his TV interview to voice his anger at a perceived "conspiracy" against Chelsea

Parkinson is not asking for Special treatment just fair treatment over penalties

The live TV cameras were conspicuous by their absence from Valley Parade as City humbled Sunderland

Aunty Beeb shame football family by snubbing FA Cup magic at Bradford City

GROUNDS FOR CONCERN: Gary Liddle and Colchester striker Chris Porter clash last week at Valley Parade. The U’s scorer described the pitch as the worst he had ever played on

Turf war: Debate reaches fever pitch after Parkinson’s post-match rant

The showmanship of players like Peter Wright has ensured that darts remains as popular as ever with fans

Darts still hitting its target audience

Ridwana Wallace-Laher with Grange Technology College pupils, who are all City season-ticket holders

VIDEO: Bradford City: People play the race card but that's nothing to do with it. Society is changing...

Stuart McCall left the Motherwell hot-seat on November 2 and is missing the daily buzz of managing a club

Enough of the horse play, McCall can't wait for return to managerial saddle


Simon Parker column: German lesson that fickle fans could do with learning

Jake Speight, middle, celebrates his penalty at Hereford in 2011 with Robbie Threlfall and James Hanson. The home side are now reduced to playing in the Southern League

Simon Parker column: Hereford dis-United by familiar tale of off-field woe

Ashley Ward, left, and Robert Molenaar feel the force of Everton's attack on the day that City were relegated from the top flight in 2001 – the subject of a new book

Simon Parker column: Bradford City's demise from top flight brought to book by fan

The frustration is clear as Aaron Mclean reacts to a chance going begging at Barnsley

Comment: Was Bantams' Aaron Mclean gamble an expensive mistake?

Billy Knott runs off in sheer ecstasy after his stunning strike in front of the Kop

Coach from junior days Knott surprised by Bradford City midfielder's Valley Parade thunderbolt

Danny Cadamarteri had two spells in a City shirt - one of 11 clubs that he played for

Cadamarteri returns to his roots to teach next generation

Stan Collymore celebrates scoring for City against Leeds

Jamie Lawrence: I know what beating Leeds would mean to Bradford City fans

City trialists Reggie Lambe, left, and Achille Campion celebrate one of the Frenchman's goals against Park Avenue

Campion happy to navigate trial by numbers

Brazilian superstar Neymar wipes away a tear during a press conference and sums up the mood of his nation

Simon Parker column: Broken Brazil won't go nuts about finishing third

Simon Parker column: German win a must for World Cup feel-good factor

ALL SMILES: Spectators watch the peloton ride up Main Street in Haworth as Yorkshire embraces the Tour de France

Simon Parker column: It's au revoir not a final farewell to Tour de Yorkshire

Mark Cavendish is everyone's tip to win the opening Yorkshire stage of the Tour de France today

Vive Le Tour! Soak up the greatest free sporting show on earth

England captain Alastair Cook confronts Sri Lanka counterpart Angelo Mathews about his role in the Jos Buttler run-out affair

Simon Parker column: Headingley set to cash in on run-out hype

Roy Hodgson’s squad appear eager to express themselves at the World Cup

Simon Parker column: Come on Italy – oh, and England as well

The Footballer’s Journey

Simon Parker column: Branston guide to avoiding pro football’s pitfalls

Yaya Toure apparently feels unloved by his Manchester City employers

Simon Parker column: Respect? Giant Toure behaving more like a little boy

Former Bradford League player Lou Vincent

Simon Parker column: Match-fixing scandal shatters cricket illusion

Guiseley fans among the 4,500-plus crowd at Altrincham who watched their play-off final

Simon Parker column: Fans’ protests show depth of feeling against League Three bombshell

HISTORY MAKERS: Alan Connell drinks in City’s Wembley triumph with his team-mates. Now he faces the ultimate survival fight at Northampton, along with fellow former Bantams Matt Duke and Ricky Ravenhill

Former Bantams trio desperate to avoid making history of a different kind

DAVID MOYES: Did not appear to be respected by United players

Did Fergie know about Moyes bombshell on Valley Parade trip?

Coventry packed them in at the fabulous Ricoh Arena (pictured) but now it’s a case of spot the fan at Sixfields, their new ‘home’

Silence speaks volumes about Coventry’s plight

Mark Stallard donned fancy dress for the video to show what a gran-tastic sport he is

Former Bantams player Stallard a smash hit in England World Cup song

During the trials and tribulations of the 2006-07 season, City had to sell their top scorer, Dean Windass, and their best winger, Jermaine Johnson (pictured)

Bantams fans can scratch those thoughts of a seven-year itch

City players celebrate their Capital One Cup quarter-final victory over Arsenal last season

Simon Parker column: As Wenger hits 1,000 not out, here’s three games at Bradford City he won’t care to remember

Peter Wright was among the star names in Premier League action

Simon Parker column: Yorkshire rises to the occasion for darts spectacular

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