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Nathan Doyle

Issue #48 Michael Wood on The basics of football management and how Phil Parkinson might not be able to go back to them

We saw Phil Parkinson go "back to basics" to have his City team come from behind to beat Halifax Town but what are the basics of the City manager's abilities? Is he good at the right things and if not what impact will the things he is less good at have on the future of the club?

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.

Issue #34 Michael Wood on Letter to a person who did not like Garry Thompson
Bradford City 2 Crawley Town 1 At Valley Parade in League One, 2013/2014
Issue #33 Michael Wood on A win over Peterborough United has City looking at the costs of survival
Bradford City 1 Peterborough United 0 At Valley Parade in League One, 2013/2014
Issue #25 Michael Wood on Parkinson, Taylor and the case of the low standard
Bradford City 1 Gillingham 1 At Valley Parade in League One, 2013/2014
Issue #19 Michael Wood on Bradford City left considering credit where credit is due
Bradford City 1 Port Vale 0 At Valley Parade in League One, 2013/2014
Good player, bad player
What makes a good loan deal?
McLaren departs Valley Parade leaving Stuart with a familiar problem

In which Jason comments on McLaren's departure from VP and who the real loss is.

It never Rehmans but it pours

In which Michael looks at the shape of Bradford City 2010 now Zesh Rehman, Luke O'Brien and Joe Colbeck have signed up.

The report on Furman gives him reason to give his all

In which Michael suggests that good loan players are hard to come by following the signing of Dean Furman.