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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Billy Knott runs off in sheer ecstasy after his stunning strike in front of the Kop

8:57am Saturday 30th August 2014

VALLEY Parade wasn’t the only place that exploded into raptures as Billy Knott’s ferocious shot threatened to burst the net.

Cadamarteri returns to his roots to teach next generation

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Danny Cadamarteri had two spells in a City shirt - one of 11 clubs that he played for

6:20am Saturday 23rd August 2014

THE worn City programmes thrust under his nose for signing may have seen better days but they are a welcome reminder of home for Danny Cadamarteri.

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

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10:00am Saturday 16th August 2014

SUNDAY, October 29, 2000; I was still a T&A novice sleeping on a mate’s floor in the first month of the job.

Campion happy to navigate trial by numbers

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

8:45pm Friday 1st August 2014

ACHILLE Campion must have a very good diary and a switched-on agent – probably both.

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

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

6:30am Saturday 12th July 2014

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

6:17am Saturday 12th July 2014

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The peloton rides up Main Street as stage two of the Tour de France passes through Haworth.

6:13am Saturday 12th July 2014

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Cavendish is everyone's tip to win the opening Yorkshire stage of the Tour de France today

9:03am Saturday 5th July 2014

THE 198 members of the peloton roll out of Leeds this morning to signal the Grand Depart of the 101st Tour de France.

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

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

7:40pm Friday 6th June 2014

Simon Parker column: It was manna from heaven for Headingley’s marketing types trying to shift tickets for the upcoming Test against Sri Lanka.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Roy Hodgson’s squad appear eager to express themselves at the World Cup

7:10pm Friday 6th June 2014

Simon Parker column: The phoney war is over. The beer is bulging out of the fridge, the office sweep is full up (Italy, in case you’re wondering), the car flags are hanging limp in the drive. Tonight, thankfully, sees the final England friendly against the mighty Honduras. Then it’s down to business.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Footballer’s Journey

7:00pm Friday 6th June 2014

Simon Parker column: You’ve seen the glitz and the glamour, the bling and the blondes. But cut away all the fancy trappings and celebrity side-show and what’s life as a professional footballer really like?

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Yaya Toure apparently feels unloved by his Manchester City employers

7:50pm Friday 23rd May 2014

Simon Parker column: Before I get going, it’s only right to start with a few words of appreciation. I’d like to show my personal gratitude to all you dear readers.

Simon Parker column: Match-fixing scandal shatters cricket illusion

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Former Bradford League player Lou Vincent

7:40pm Friday 23rd May 2014

Simon Parker column: There is something special about county cricket grounds. In a past reporting life, I used to go up and down the country covering Hampshire’s fortunes. One of the joys of the job, other than the copious amounts of ice cream, was swapping the office for these far-flung locations.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Guiseley fans among the 4,500-plus crowd at Altrincham who watched their play-off final

7:00am Saturday 17th May 2014

Simon Parker column: There was no glossy 80-page brochure or a swanky press launch with Wembley providing the background eye candy.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 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

9:00am Saturday 26th April 2014

A year ago this weekend, City played out their final game in League Two.

Did Fergie know about Moyes bombshell on Valley Parade trip?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: DAVID MOYES: Did not appear to be respected by United players

8:10am Saturday 26th April 2014

Phew! A fair bit has gone on since Sir Alex Ferguson walked through the Valley Parade entrance on Good Friday.

Silence speaks volumes about Coventry’s plight

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 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’

10:20am Saturday 5th April 2014

The young lad twiddling his thumbs at the burger kiosk gave the game away.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Stallard donned fancy dress for the video to show what a gran-tastic sport he is

10:00am Saturday 5th April 2014

Ever wondered what City’s 1996 Wembley hero Mark Stallard might look like dressed as a granny in a World Cup song video?

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: 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)

10:20am Saturday 29th March 2014

It was on this weekend seven years ago that Bradford City dropped below the dreaded line.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City players celebrate their Capital One Cup quarter-final victory over Arsenal last season

6:10am Saturday 22nd March 2014

Simon Parker column: Arsene Wenger clocks up 1,000 games as Arsenal manager this afternoon. As the inevitable plaudits rain down on the grand old professor of the Emirates, it is worth remembering that Bradford City will always have their place in his CV.

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

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Peter Wright was among the star names in Premier League action

6:00am Saturday 22nd March 2014

Simon Parker column: You know the darts is in town when the two people queueing in front at the bar are Bananaman and Hulk Hogan.

Singing the blues over England’s World Cup chances

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: OFF-KEY: Wayne Rooney won’t be setting the world alight in Brazil judging by his recent England displays

10:10am Saturday 8th March 2014

It’s a clever ploy from the FA to keep excitement in check as the traditional World Cup bandwagon starts the engine.

Bantams coach in the news as Pardew case brought to a head

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: NUT JOB: Alan Pardew plants a headbutt on David Meyler

10:00am Saturday 8th March 2014

A Bradford City academy coach could be dragged into Alan Pardew’s plea for leniency over his Hull headbutt.

All Bradford Bulls fans can do now is wait and hope

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: After much venting of spleens on previous regimes and the RFL, all eyes turn to the administrators, who have no margin for error when choosing the next owners

10:30am Saturday 1st March 2014

Simon Parker comment: So where do the Bradford Bulls go from here?

Kimberley would surely pack ’em in at Valley Parade

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Kimberley would surely pack ’em in at Valley Parade

10:10am Saturday 1st March 2014

Hats off to Doncaster Rovers for attracting more than 5,000 fans to their reserve game with Rotherham.

Did you spot the face in the crowd at Euro 2016 draw?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City logo

10:00am Saturday 1st March 2014

Bradford City and England’s Euro 2016 qualifying group were unexpectedly linked at this week’s draw.

Simon Parker column: Bradford City winter woes are nothing new

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Carl McHugh celebrates his winning goal against Port Vale

6:30am Saturday 22nd February 2014

Simon Parker column: Phil Parkinson’s eyes never left referee Mark Brown. The City boss stood motionless on the touchline, an unblinking gaze fixed on the match official.

Simon Parker column: Phil Taylor just another competitor without fear factor

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Taylor’s air of invincibility has gone

6:20am Saturday 22nd February 2014

Simon Parker column: Played three, lost three – it’s the sort of form guide more associated with Fulham than Phil Taylor.

Simon Parker column: Excuses can’t hide fact British clubs were shown up by European neighbours in Champions League

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lionel Messi celebrates opening the scoring for Barcelona at Manchester City

6:10am Saturday 22nd February 2014

Simon Parker column: Once again the Premier League was owned by Europe and the excuses were as predictable as the results.

From Wembley thrills to February chills for Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson’s Wembley exploits have put him among the pantheon of top Bantams managers but the defeat at Carlisle has left the City chief feeling under increasing pressure

9:00am Saturday 15th February 2014

February is a scary time for Bradford City managers.

Simon Parker column: Stewart saga just won’t go away

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Mark Stewart failed to score in 15 appearances for City

7:30pm Friday 7th February 2014

Simon Parker column: So what can we make on the latest Mark Stewart instalment – with the emphasis on the word ‘stall’?

Simon Parker column: No winners in Pietersen episode

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: There were too many occasions when Kevin Pietersen appeared to be playing for himself rather than the team

7:30pm Friday 7th February 2014

Simon Parker column: The clock is ticking until the inevitable book from Kevin Pietersen.

Simon Parker column: Sacked Laudrup a victim of Wembley curse

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Michael Laudrup was sacked less than 12 months after guiding Swansea to victory in the Capital One Cup final

7:30pm Friday 7th February 2014

Simon Parker column: Maybe it was for the best that City did not win the Capital One Cup – for Phil Parkinson’s job security at least.

Simon Parker column: Could injury signal the end of Reid in a Bradford City shirt?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Medics tend to stricken City winger Kyel Reid after his season-ending knee injury at Sheffield United

9:40am Saturday 25th January 2014

Simon Parker column: Early birds arriving at the Bramall Lane away end were greeted by a sight guaranteed to warm every Bradford City heart. Short of sounding a battle horn and lining up a thousand horses on the horizon, watching Andrew Davies going through his paces was as close a signal as you’ll get that the cavalry is on the way.

Simon Parker column: League Cup has taken over as the nation’s favourite

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sunderland players celebrate after beating Manchester United in a penalty shoot-out

9:20am Saturday 25th January 2014

Simon Parker column: One year on and the moment remains vividly implanted in the brain. Corner from the right from Gary Jones, City’s first of the game. James Hanson rises and ... bang, we know the rest.

Mclean up front about his desire to be hit at Bantams

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: THANKS BUT NO FLANKS: Playing as the main striker was a key factor behind Aaron Mclean’s decision to sign for the Bantams

10:20am Saturday 18th January 2014

The number 21 shirt will be hanging on a peg again in the City dressing room this afternoon.

The boys in blue are taking no prisoners this season

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Sergio Aguero, right, was on target against Blackburn in Man City's 5-0 FA Cup romp

10:00am Saturday 18th January 2014

Ninety nine goals by the middle of January .... just study those words for a minute and shudder.

Lambert's lament another insult to FA Cup

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Paul Lambert: Premier League priority

12:00am Saturday 4th January 2014

There will be around 5,000 Sheffield United fans in the away end at Villa Park today – and no doubt many more at home.

How a dose of the Wright stuff saved my Christmas

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Michael van Gerwen, left, and Peter Wright served up a cracking final at Alexandra Palace

10:00pm Friday 3rd January 2014

You know it’s not been the wildest Yuletide when the strongest drink from the cabinet is that cough syrup with the bull on the side.

Pommie-bashed! Now it’s England's t-urn to be the laughing stock

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HEROES TO VILLAINS: Australia celebrate the wicket of James Anderson, left, to win the match and the Ashes in Perth

10:20am Saturday 21st December 2013

So 1,577 days of gloating were ended by a simple bat-pad catch to short leg.

Sack race is serious stuff so no more silly solutions

10:00am Saturday 21st December 2013

The season of goodwill to all men? Not if you’re a football manager.

It’s so cool we’re in the running, says Bantams boss

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City’s Wembley heroes face stiff competition for the team of the year prize

10:10am Saturday 14th December 2013

Bradford City will be digging out their best bib and tucker for the next chapter of the remarkable tale of 2013.

English football in a real fix

10:00am Saturday 14th December 2013

It’s been another bad week for the image of football.

Wells rumour mill set to go into overdrive but Bantams just being shrewd in keeping bases open

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: TAKE IT WITH A 'SCOOP' OF SALT: Nahki Wells headlines will be as prolific as the player himself in the run-up to the new year transfer window

11:00am Saturday 7th December 2013

The tweet to announce that Nahki Wells was Elland Road-bound was a clumsy spoof.

Bradford City fan's film of Wembley success is something to celebrate

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City fans get in the party mood before the Wembley League Two play-off final with Northampton in May

10:10am Saturday 7th December 2013

“Hanson”, “Nahki Wells”, “Hanson”, “no, Nahki Wells” ... the debate then descends into giggles as brother and sister agree to disagree.

'Bronco' Layne scandal a stark reminder of need to stamp out corruption

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: David Layne

10:00pm Friday 29th November 2013

David Layne joined Bradford City for the largest fee in their history and rewarded them with a record goal haul in his first season.

How Fatty Foulke raised the bar with penalty save

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Len Shackleton

9:00pm Friday 29th November 2013

Rugby league author Ray Gent has turned his attention to the round ball game with an e-book about the “spirit” of the sport.

Route-one football left Pressley all shook up but don't judge Bantams on back of one game

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HEAD HONCHO: James Hanson shows his aerial expertise as Coventry defender Andy Webster is left floundering

9:10am Saturday 23rd November 2013

Steve Claridge once told me a tale that underlined the robotic nature of football at Cambridge under John Beck.

When football clubs clash with the local paper there can be no winner

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: OWN GOAL: Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has been making headlines this week for refusing to speak to the local media

10:20am Saturday 2nd November 2013

They say that you’re not a proper football reporter until you’ve been banned.

Bradford City DVD enough to make a grown man cry

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The “We made history” DVD

10:00am Saturday 2nd November 2013

It must have been a bit of dust. Or maybe I’ll put it down to the lack of sleep – thanks to a greyhound who insists on jumping on the duvet at silly o’clock.


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