CITY’S iFollow figures dipped last month as they dropped out of play-off contention.

The end-of-season slump, which has seen the Bantams pick up only one point from the last six games, has inevitably seen viewing numbers dip.

The club made £67,453 from the eight matches in April – with £19,390 of that coming from Easter Monday when 2,825 passes were sold to watch the 1-1 draw at Stevenage.

But as results fell away, inevitably the iFollow take-up also went down.

After 1,753 sales for City’s Yorkshire derby at Harrogate, the total had fallen to 1,132 for the following week’s game against Port Vale.