Since the turn of the last decade, there have been no shortage of highs and lows for Bradford City supporters.
No decade in City’s history has experienced a greater turnover of players, with over 200 men making their official debut for the Bantams since the start of 2010. That number could rise further before the end of the decade in a few months’ time, too.
But it is undeniable that throughout the past ten years, City fans have been able to witness a number of players who will go on to be regarded as some of the most-loved in the club’s history. And with the 20s fast approaching, we at Bantams Heritage thought we would commemorate the end of the decade with the Bradford City Team of the 2010s.
Inevitably, a number of positions are likely to be decided in the minds of supporters already, particularly given the Bantams’ heroics in numerous cup competitions over recent seasons. But over the coming weeks, we will select a four-player shortlist for every position in our team, and throw the vote open to the supporters.
The formation? We are sticking with the traditional 4-4-2; easy to understand, easy to categorise players into positions and universally appreciated as the panacea of footballing formations. We will also be holding a vote after the team has been selected to pick the manager of the side, too.
All that’s left for you to do now is vote. To do so, follow us on Twitter – @BantamsHeritage – and have your say in picking Bradford City’s team of the past ten years.