Category: League One

Magic Jackett

Posted by Ian - March 16, 2014 - Domestic News, League One
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On a fine spring Black Country day, those at Molineux witnessed not only unfamiliar conditions but a recently unfamiliar outcome. Wolverhampton Wanderers have been riding on a crest of a wave, crashing in results and performances that have swept Kenny Jackett’s team to summit of League 1. Here they were looking to expand on the […]

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Football’s Bad Boys: Should Every Club Have One?

Posted by Ben Wills - February 1, 2014 - Breaking News, Championship, European Football, League One, Premier League
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Understandably perhaps, the misbehaved footballers have a bad reputation, but as players are in the public eye more than ever more “bad boys” are being unearthed and are important to clubs. One of the clubs attracting a lot of attention for harbouring problem players are Manchester City, none more so than their historic Premier League […]

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Best Transfers So Far

Posted by Jack Read-Wilson - January 14, 2014 - Breaking News, Championship, Domestic News, League One, League Two, Premier League, SPFL, Transfer News
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It’s fast approaching the midway point of this current transfer window, with some great deals done so far, however it seems the best is yet to come. Lets have a look at some of the deals done so far. Firstly we have Jermaine Defoe, who this month has signed for MLS outfit Toronto FC, managed […]

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Are Bradford City Really A One-Man Team?

Posted by Andrew Baxter - November 20, 2013 - Breaking News, Domestic News, League One
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Nahki Wells was hugely impressive last Sunday, scoring a hat-trick to gain his side a last-gasp draw at home to Coventry, but are Bradford a one-man team without him? At the start of the season, the Bermudan was in sensational form, scoring 9 goals in his first 8 games, before an ankle ligament injury ruled […]

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Diamond in the rough or just rough? The curious case of Nile Ranger.

Posted by Ben Wills - November 15, 2013 - Breaking News, Championship, League One, Premier League
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Nile Ranger, 22, was tipped for great things in his Newcastle days when he joined the club in 2009, aged 18, but four years down the line he finds himself in League 1 and in danger of people remembering him more for his off the field antics than his football ability. Nile’s problems off the […]

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Starting From The Bottom: Bradford’s Youth Success

Posted by Andrew Baxter - November 13, 2013 - Domestic News, League One
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Whilst Bradford City’s form of late has been disappointing, the same cannot be said for the Bradford City youth team side, who are flying high so far this season. Highlighted by the sensational form of Oliver McBurnie (17 goals in 10 games), City’s apprentices are unbeaten in every single game so far this season, with […]

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Rotherham vs Bradford City: Match Preview, FA Cup, 9th November 2013

Posted by Andrew Baxter - November 8, 2013 - Domestic News, League One
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Of all the possible draws, it had to be this one, didn’t it? Drawn away to the team with the manager we love to hate, the pantomime villain that is Steve Evans. It’s fair to say that I am not Evans’ biggest fan. I’ll just draw to your attention some of the incidents he has […]

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One For The Future: Oliver McBurnie

Posted by Andrew Baxter - November 6, 2013 - Domestic News, League One
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Now the name Oliver McBurnie will probably mean nothing to you unless you are a Bradford City fan, but Bradford youth team striker McBurnie could well be a very hot prospect. At just 17 years of age, McBurnie has already signed a 3-year professional contract with The Bantams, following his red-hot form in youth team […]

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Stephen Darby: Bradford’s Unsung Hero?

Posted by Andrew Baxter - October 30, 2013 - Domestic News, League One
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When you think of players who play for Bradford City, who springs to mind straight away? Perhaps it is the Bermudan wonderkid, Nahki Wells, or James “he used to work in the Co-Op” Hanson? I highly doubt your first thought would be about Stephen Darby, the right-back for The Bantams. This is my issue, however. […]

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Whatever Happened to Jay Emmanuel-Thomas?

Posted by Jack Read-Wilson - October 22, 2013 - Breaking News, Championship, Domestic News, League One, Premier League
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It was only 3 years ago, in 2010, that Jay Emmanuel-Thomas was grabbing a lot of attention with his apparent skill and quality he had been exhibiting in countless reserve games for Arsenal. He was 19-years-old and Wenger could not speak more highly of him. “Jay is knocking very hard on my door – with […]

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