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Sixer’s Bradford City Soapbox: Plenty of Christmas cheer on Boxing Day

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Malcolm Dawson writes…..it was like old times yesterday with a packed house to welcome our visitors from Bradford, which included more than 2,000 in the North Stand Upper, who had made the Boxing Day trip from West Yorkshire. Half time included a perfect rendition of “Shipyards” by Martin Longstaff, who performs as The Lake Poets. […]

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Rate the Ref: Sunderland v Bradford City

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Our biggest gate of the season (so far). Will  it produce more votes on the Ken-meter than the 42 we got between the poll going live after Portsmouth and the site crashing? Some of those 42 may have been Portsmouth fans, judging by the range of ratings. It was the first time the full scale […]

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Sixer’s Sevens: dodgy line call helps SAFC beat Bradford City

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Pete Sixsmith, Santa duties over for another year, was among the bumper Boxing Day crowd of 46,039 for the important match against Bradford City. Portsmouth losing at Gillingham in the early game provided a great opportunity to make up lost ground – and we did it, if only just. Monsieur Salut could not be among […]

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The First Time Ever I Saw Your Team: Bradford City

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John McCormick writes: This is the second time I’ve set up this post. I spent hours working round the site problems and embedding files from a remote server so I could do Pete Sixsmith’s effort justice and then it disappeared, presumably never to return.  But as my  granny may have said, if a thing’s worth […]

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The Bradford City Guess the Score: perfect setting for a big post-Pompey comeback

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NB: BECAUSE OF THE SITE BREAKDOWN – AND CONTINUING ISSUES ESPECIALLY WITH COMMENTS – THE BRADFORD CITY GUESS THE SCORE HAS MOVED TO OUR OPEN FACEBOOK GROUP: PLEASE CLICK ON https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10157992310099115&set=gm.2116532138405480&type=3&theater&ifg=1 Well we’re back but only after a fashion, says Monsieur Salut. There are still gremlins at work. We hope a horridly frustrating few days, […]

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Sixer’s Bradford City Soapbox: Bantams powerless to stop 10 man Sunderland

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Malcolm Dawson writes…..there is an air of quiet satisfaction floating around Sixsmith Towers this morning, as the staff quietly go about their duties, secure in the knowledge that their young master is full of the joys of the season following his charabanc trip yesterday and with the prospect of Toronto Wolfpack and Featherstone Rovers, both […]

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Sixer’s Bradford Sevens: 10-man Sunderland hang on as promotion rivals lose

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If we fail to win promotion at the first attempt this season, it may not be because of our inability to keep a clean sheet or hold onto a lead but through a lack of discipline. For the third time this season we had a player sent off and for the second time our keeper […]

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The First Time Ever I Saw Your Ground: Bradford City and Valley Parade

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 John McCormick writes: some 15 years ago, perhaps a few more, I almost went to see Bradford play. It was a Valentine’s weekend and the family had decamped to a hotel in the region, 10 of us altogether, mostly from my wife’s side, for a reunion of some sort. We arrived on the Friday and […]

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Bradford City ‘Who Are You?’: it’s grim up north

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John McCormick, associate editor, writes…. a century ago Bradford was both a new city and an industrial power, able to compete with anywhere in the world. As befitted its status it had two professional football clubs, one of which had won the FA Cup in 1911 by beating Newcastle United, who had won it the previous […]

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Bradford City: Guess the Score. You might win a mug. But then again…

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John McCormick writes:  I was in with a chance of a mug for new baby James for almost an hour on Tuesday, then Oviedo got that red card and everything changed. And, I suppose, I’d better withdraw myself from this week’s competition as it seems a bit unfair for me to get my guess prediction […]

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Scunthorpe vs SAFC prize Guess the Score: make Rod Liddle eat his words

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Monsieur Salut introduces the latest prize Guess the Score competition. Don’t worry if your entry is ‘held for moderation’ – […]

View from the Avenue: a Sunderland rallying cry to still half-term wobbles

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Monsieur Salut says: Paul Summerside and I joust regularly at Facebook about Brexit, a subject I broadly feel wisest to […]

Scunthorpe vs Sunderland Who are You?: ‘please don’t sing Garden Shed or Shearer song’

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Monsieur Salut writes: Ian Moore* came our way thanks to Matt Blanchard from the Scunthorpe Iron-Bru fan site and podcast […]

French Fancies: ‘star chroniclers’ Henry Winter, Sam Wallace and tenuous Sunderland links

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Sixer’s Soapbox: Sunderland 1 Luton 1. Mazdas but no Maja

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Malcom Dawson wrote this introduction wthout seeing Pete Sixsmith’s match report: Lee Probert’s performance will undoubtedly dominate the headlines and […]

Rate the ref: Sunderland v Luton Town

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The 223 posts have been put in the spreadsheet. (Mr Probert didn’t score very well). The poll has been removed […]

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