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Issue #161 Michael Wood on Club / Preview

Edin Rahic made a splash with Bradford City fans over a pint and a flat cap on Wednesday night as he starts his first season as chairman of the club making slow but significant changes at Valley Parade.

Issue #103 Michael Wood on The obvious quality of Phil Parkinson and how he could be the decisive factor in 2015/16 Promotion

As the season starts on Saturday City fan's are excused a moment of fantasy safari believing it might be obvious that the club will be promoted but recalling the collapse of the end of last season is sobering. However in Phil Parkinson the club have the manager that everyone wants and he could be key to returning to the top two divisions of English football for the first time since 2004.

Issue #94 Michael Wood on The number of psychopaths watching Bradford City and the impact that has on football supporting

Much of society - and as a result and a microcosm football - is being shaped by people who would score high on a check list used to diagnose psychopathy. This has been twisting the way that we support the game into a misshapen culture supervised by Psychopaths for the benefit or containment of Psychopaths.

Issue #45 Michael Wood on Aaron McLean and the heroes of failure

The difference between success and failure for Phil Parkinson's team is narrow and because it is narrow a perception grows that a single player could bridge that gap. Rather than simply being the man who follows Nahki Wells it is Aaron McLean's inability to bridge the gap, despite the belief he could, is what has seen him become the scapegoat for a football team which has lost more than a finisher.

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