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THE PARADER: ISSUE 15

10 February 2021

Copies of The Parader: Issue 15 - which takes inspiration from another of the Bantams' iconic past programme designs - are now available to purchase online. 

The innovative creation will this season draw similarities between matchday programmes throughout City's past, following close conversations between the club, programme publisher Curtis Sport and lifelong Bantam John Dewhirst. 

The 15th instalment of the 2020/21 season, which will feature during Saturday's visit of Salford City, is based of an iconic design from a game against Middlesbrough in 1988. 

With each of this season's issues focussing on a different match, as far as possible against the corresponding opponent from the past, this production is sure to make up a unique piece of City history for supporters both young and old. 

This week's issue features January recruit Danny Rowe, who has netted two goals in his first three games in claret and amber. 

The frontman also features in this week's Big Interview - where he discusses how he has taken to life in West Yorkshire, and how eager he is to return to action having missed the last couple of games with a non-COVID-related illness. 

Usual columnists Dewhirst, David Markham, James Crickmore and Christian Oldcorn also contribute. 

Joint-interim manager Conor Sellars pens 'From The Dugout', while chief executive officer, Ryan Sparks, provides an update 'From The Top'. 

This thrilling concept will be posted straight to your door - for just £3, plus delivery - for the duration of the campaign, by Curtis Sport. 

Issues will be available for every single Bradford City home game over the course of the coming campaign - including all matches to be held behind closed doors. 

To purchase individual editions of The Parader and a full subscription for the 2020/21 season - including all league and cup publications - please CLICK HERE.

To purchase a copy of The Parader: Issue 15 NOW, please CLICK HERE


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