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Bantams boss Parkinson can sleep easy after win

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7:50am Saturday 19th April 2014

Delighted Phil Parkinson believes City have earned a stress-free finish to the season after rubberstamping their League One status.

Reach gives Bantams fans the perfect farewell present

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8:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Bradford City 1 Peterborough 0

FT: City 1 Peterborough 0

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Live blog: Bantams v Peterborough

6:37pm Friday 18th April 2014

Regular updates from Bradford City's League One match against Peterborough at the Coral Windows Stadium

Bantams urged to bring away-day resolve home

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7:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Phil Parkinson wants City to bring their resilience on the road to Valley Parade against Peterborough tonight.

Bantams skipper on basement benefits for Dolan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: EYE-OPENER: Gary Jones believes experiencing League Two football can have long-term benefits for youngsters such as City’s Matty Dolan, right

7:30am Friday 18th April 2014

A regular dose of League Two has toughened up Matty Dolan for the challenge of establishing a place in City’s midfield.

Hanson close to Bradford City comeback

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Hanson admits he has become spoilt when it comes to big matches after last season's Capital One Cup exploits and Wembley play-off final

7:30am Thursday 17th April 2014

City are optimistic about seeing James Hanson again in the final fortnight of their League One campaign.

Which Bradford City player will win your vote?

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Gary Jones collects last season’s player of the year trophy from City boss Phil Parkinson

7:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Can Gary Jones hang on to his title as the Telegraph & Argus/JCT600 City player of the year? Or will the likes of Stephen Darby, Andrew Davies or James Hanson take the crown?

No 'tinkerman' tactics from Bantams boss, who is counting only on mathematical safety

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson has a one-track mind

7:50am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Safety at all costs – that is Phil Parkinson’s only concern for City right now.

Keighley football tournament is tribute to victims of Valley Parade fire disaster

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Keighley football tournament is tribute to victims of Valley Parade fire disaster

6:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

The lives of 56 fans who died in the Bradford City fire disaster 29 years ago will be remembered at a memorial football tournament this weekend.

‘Do not forget significance of Bradford City fire on improved safety at grounds’

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City players observe a minute’s silence ahead of Friday’s match at Rotherham

6:20am Wednesday 16th April 2014

The creator of a website dedicated to the Valley Parade fire tragedy today reminded fans of the “sweeping” changes that it brought to the safety of watching football.

On your marks! Meredith ready to go for Bradford City

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: ACTION STATIONS: James Meredith’s last game for City was at Notts County on New Year’s Day

7:40am Tuesday 15th April 2014

James Meredith will play another part before City’s season is over.

Long time no see as Bantams winger De Vita 'back from the dead'

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8:30am Tuesday 15th April 2014

City’s self-proclaimed “invisible man” has finally been spotted again.

Darby vows Bradford City will not relax just yet

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Stephen Darby is calling for a strong finish to the season to seal a top-half position for City

6:30am Monday 14th April 2014

Stephen Darby is urging City to stand their ground and make sure the first season back in League One ends in the top half.

Video nasties help Bradford City make a point

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nathan Doyle reacts to a strong tackle by Michael O’Connor of Rotherham

7:40am Saturday 12th April 2014

Phil Parkinson admitted his first City point against Rotherham has eased the pain of their previous New York “no-shows”.

Bantams can smile for cameras after ending Rotherham jinx

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City's Jon Stead brings the ball under pressure as the Bantams earned their first point against Rotherham in seven matches

6:00am Saturday 12th April 2014

Rotherham 0 City 0 Rotherham 0 City 0: Start spreading the news.... City left the New York Stadium with a point off Rotherham at last!

FT: Rotherham 0 City 0

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Handshakes after the match finished all square

7:01pm Friday 11th April 2014

Regular updates from Bradford City's League One game against Rotherham United at the New York Stadium

Not best friends: Bantams assistant Parkin on Rotherham rivalry

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: DERBY FOES: City boss Phil Parkinson has words with Rotherham’s Paul Raynor in a previous encounter between the sides

6:00am Friday 11th April 2014

City go toe-to-toe once more with Rotherham and nemesis Steve Evans on live TV tonight, admitting: We don’t get on.

Bantams keeper keen to solve Rotherham conundrum

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: LEARNING CURVE: Jon McLaughlin, pictured celebrating City’s win at Orient with Aaron Mclean, admits League One football has been a big step up in class

8:00am Friday 11th April 2014

Jon McLaughlin admits that League One has been a “steep learning curve” for City.

Investor like at Rotherham would suit Bradford City just fine

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Rotherham chairman Tony Stewart

7:20am Thursday 10th April 2014

Mark Lawn wishes City could unearth a mega-rich owner like Rotherham chairman Tony Stewart.

Book review: Bradford City exit does not fill McFarland with pride

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6:10am Thursday 10th April 2014

Book review: Roy McFarland has used his new autobiography to reveal that leaving City was his “biggest mistake in football”.

Book review: Bradford City fans should look up Robbie’s rocket

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Robbie James: A Life in Football

6:00am Thursday 10th April 2014

Book review: If City are after inspiration for tomorrow’s trip to Rotherham, they could do worse than looking up ‘Robbie’s rocket’ on Youtube.

Consistency key for Bradford City run-in

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson reacts after City fall behind to Oldham during Saturday’s dismal 3-2 home defeat

7:40am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Phil Parkinson is demanding that the real Bradford City show up for every hurdle of the run-in to the season.

Eager Meredith reined back by Bradford City

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Meredith has not kicked a ball since New Year’s Day after breaking his foot

7:20am Tuesday 8th April 2014

City have told James Meredith to expect “a long road” back as he steps up his recovery from a broken foot.

Bradford City loan winger poised to Reach 40-game season

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6:50am Tuesday 8th April 2014

Loan spells can be lonely affairs but Adam Reach has had the best of both worlds during his stint with City.

Fans urged to help complete Bradford City kit collection

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City winger Don Hutchins in 1977 action wearing one of the ‘missing’ kits

6:00am Tuesday 8th April 2014

Friends of Bradford City are putting their shirts on fans helping them out with a new project at Valley Parade.

Survival still in our own hands, Parkinson tells his below-par Bradford City players

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7:20am Monday 7th April 2014

Phil Parkinson today picked up the pieces from City’s latest Valley Parade flop and reminded them: League One safety is still in our hands.

Mystic Parkinson proved right to stay cautious over Bradford City's future

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6:10am Monday 7th April 2014

City 2, Oldham 3: Phil Parkinson had warned us all before the game. Rewind to Thursday’s press conference where he insisted that his forward planning was looking no further than the weekend.

FT: City 2 Oldham 3

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson's disappointment shows after City's home defeat to Oldham

1:42pm Saturday 5th April 2014

Regular updates from Bradford City's League One game against Oldham Athletic at the Coral Windows Stadium

Bradford City backed to book Leeds United derby date

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Autoelectro managing director Tony Bhogal with City player Garry Thompson

7:10am Saturday 5th April 2014

City’s newest shirt sponsor wants to see his company’s name sharing the pitch in a West Yorkshire derby with Leeds.

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?

Oldham’s loss is Bantams' gain as Stead finds best form

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jon Stead, who has clocked up an impressive £4.4 million in transfer fees, says he is feeling like his old self again

7:30am Friday 4th April 2014

Jon Stead reckons Oldham will see a very different striker when he lines up for a quick reunion at Valley Parade.

Bantams boss Parkinson planning for next game, not next season

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam Drury has extended his loan stay from Leeds

9:00am Friday 4th April 2014

Phil Parkinson’s plans for next season remain on hold until City have rubberstamped their League One status.

Parkinson wants to put smile on Bantams fans’ faces

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Phil Parkinson curses his side’s shortcomings against Walsall

7:40am Thursday 3rd April 2014

City head back to Valley Parade on Saturday with Phil Parkinson telling home fans: We owe you.

Murphy's law as Bantams foiled by inspired Coventry keeper

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7:40am Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Phil Parkinson was left cursing a brilliant display from Coventry keeper Joe Murphy after City missed the chance of back-to-back away wins.

Bantams get the silent treatment in goalless draw

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6:50am Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Coventry City 0 Bradford City 0

FT: Coventry 0 City 0

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: HT: Coventry 0 City 0

6:17pm Tuesday 1st April 2014

Regular updates from Bradford City's League One match against Coventry City from the Sixfields Stadium

Bantams boss Parkinson pledges to keep the peace against Coventry

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Steven Pressley tried and failed to sign City loan striker Jon Stead in the January transfer window

7:00am Tuesday 1st April 2014

Phil Parkinson insists there will be no afters with Steven Pressley when they share the Northampton touchline tonight.

It’s ready Steady go for new Bradford City double act

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aaron Mclean chahas championed the attributes of loan striker Jon Stead ahead of tonight's trip to face Coventry

9:20am Tuesday 1st April 2014

It has taken more than two years but City have finally won a game without James Hanson.

McArdle hails Bantams' ‘bloody’ marvel Mclean

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Aaron Mclean – denied here by keeper Jamie Jones – was back to being a defender’s worst nightmare at Orient with a blood and guts performance

7:00am Monday 31st March 2014

Rory McArdle reckons Aaron Mclean has turned horrible again – and that should spell good news for the rest of City’s season.

Coventry play 'ugly' football

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Coventry boss Steven Pressley

6:50pm Monday 31st March 2014

Coventry will run a late fitness check on goal machine Callum Wilson.

Bantams Aaron their way to safety after crucial win

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8:00am Monday 31st March 2014

Leyton Orient 0 Bradford City 1

FT: Leyton Orient 0 City 1

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Live blog: Leyton Orient v Bantams

1:34pm Saturday 29th March 2014

Match updates from Bradford City's League One game against Leyton Orient from the Matchroom Stadium

Webb-Foster books Bradford City youth team's place in grand final

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Joe Brennan in action against Hull City in the Youth Alliance (Northern Section) Cup Final

3:01pm Saturday 29th March 2014

City beat Hull 1-0 in this morning's Youth Alliance (Northern Section) Cup Final at the Coral Windows Stadium.

Bradford City youth team chasing league and cup double

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City youth team coach Steve Thornber, right, with Academy manager Peter Horne

8:20am Saturday 29th March 2014

City’s youth team will today make a bid for double glory by adding Youth Alliance cup success to their league title.

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.

Parkin calls for more fight as Stead set to lead Bradford City line

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jon Stead has been signed on loan until the end of the season and is set to deputise for the injured James Hanson tomorrow

7:00am Friday 28th March 2014

Jon Stead has been handed the task of spearheading City’s safety bid against Leyton Orient tomorrow.

Being part of team again so rewarding for Bradford City loan defender Drury

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: City loanee Adam Drury was hardly getting a look-in with Leeds

6:10am Friday 28th March 2014

Games are like buses for Adam Drury – you spend ages waiting to get one, then they all come at once. The vastly-experienced left back will make his fifth start on the bounce for the Bantams at Leyton Orient tomorrow.

Bradford City sign Stead on loan

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Jon Stead, right

4:14pm Thursday 27th March 2014

City have this afternoon signed Huddersfield's Jon Stead on loan for the rest of the season.

Bradford City need Hanson back to his best

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: James Hanson has been to a chiropractor four times in an attempt to sort out his back trouble

7:10am Thursday 27th March 2014

City are urgently seeking a solution to James Hanson’s back problem to get him leading their fight to stay up.


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