MARK Trueman insists every City player knows the emotional significance of tomorrow’s final home game of the season.

The traditional minute’s silence will take place ahead of kick-off against Scunthorpe to remember the victims of the Valley Parade fire.

Trueman believes it remains as relevant as ever approaching the 36th anniversary of the disaster and the team fully understand that.

He said: “It’s a massive part of the club and the city of Bradford.

“The memorial at the ground is obviously right outside the car park so the players see that every time they come in for home games.

“I think the discussions and reminders to the players are from the others who have been here a long time, people like Billy Clarke who knows the importance of it to the club.

“They talk to the players and educate them. It’s important that we pay our respects every time and the most disappointing thing is that the fans won’t be here to do that with us.

"We need to educate the younger players and those in the academy about what happened that day.

“It is huge for anybody involved at the club. My dad was supposed to be at the game that day but I think he had a driving lesson.

“There are those little moments and always those conversations going on between family and friends.

“It is still close to everybody’s heart and will never be forgotten.”