Under the stewardship of former player now turned manager Stuart McCall, there is plenty of optimism around Valley Parade at the minute, as they are eager to see how the Bradford legend will fare in his second stint as boss.
McCall first managed Bradford for three years during 2007-2010, he took charge of 133 games and left with a win percentage of just under 35% before departing for Scottish club Motherwell.
His managerial career than took him to Scottish giants Rangers before coming full circle, and arriving back at Valley Parade following Phil Parkinson exits for fellow league one club Bolton Wanderers.
Having gained more managerial experience than before his first stint there is a keen sense of intrigue to see how he fares this time around.
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