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Old 12-25-2013, 01:09 AM
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Bradford City have thrilled a town and surprised the whole country by becoming the very first team from English football's fourth division to achieve a major Wembley Cup final.
Sabbiyah Pervez, proud Bradfordian and participant in Make Bradford British TV programme.
Riz Rehman, operations director of the Zesh Rehman Foundation, a social inclusion project to create communities together using football; exfootballer and qualified coach.
Jason McKeown, editor from the Width of a Post website, covering Bradford City FC.
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Q. How far has it captured an inclusive pride in a city more used to negative headlines?
Q. Will it help persuade Bradfordians to support their local club, not Premiership teams, or boost the club's efforts to build local Asian support?
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Q. British Future is definitely an independent thinktank which promotes constructive public debate about identity and integration in Britain today.
"I would like to introduce myself as a new board member of BCST working with community development. Some of you might not know I was with BCST at the very beginning and I am also BCST fan member # 1. Maybe I could also say I'm one of Bradford City's number 1 fans. Everyone Timberland Outlet Dublin states that.
"I have followed Bradford City since I was young. Some of my first memories were getting tickets from school or scouts. Then I got a junior ticket in 1996 and also have had a season ticket most of the seasons since. I even accustomed to work at City as a steward within the second season of the Premiership but I found it difficult to do my job because I was a fan and desired to support the team by shouting and singing.
"Like lots of fans I was very concerned about the administration of the club. BCST was created out of the need to do something about it and help the club not have the same financial problems again. I want to help BCST help the club. I want to support the club but I should also be proactive supporting BCST especially in the community. One of my goals is for continuing solidarity between the supporters club
Tuesday January 2nd 2013 would be a night of wild and nervous excitement transformed into unfettered jubilation amongst the 6,000 plus travelling Bantam army. Crowds of City fans had gathered within the Witton pub we filled both rooms and the beer garden with great camaraderie and singing, though we were penalised 2 for the privilege and the pub raised the cost of the beer to take advantage of the occasion and our wallets! There was a huge police presence, and they as well as stewards shepherded us like cattle for the ground but this didn't dampen our excitement.
Villa Park is an amazing experience in a crowd of 40,000, standing around the back of the top tier. The sight of all the flagwaving Villa fans within the Holte End was just amazing. I imagined I had been in the crowd of Burussia Dortmund! It had been one of those nights where Bantams fans were singing themselves hoarse from beginning to end.
The game itself was a battle of endurance as City were underneath the cosh for most of the first half and when Benteke scored in the 24th minute I began to bite my nails. The second half presented us with a much more composed City side. I was more determined to play our football. I felt that Villa were relentless in thwarting our efforts though we battled so hard to win the few opportunities we had. At times we defended too deep which gave greater chance of Villa to score, but we rattled their cage from a corner kick and with our James 'he accustomed to work at the Coop' Hanson nodding the ball home passed the helpless keeper sending us fans absolutely barmey. I had been so pleased for him. We came close on numerous occasions with Wells then Thompsons shot hitting the crossbar from a Steve Darby cross. Zavon Hinez ran into and teased the Villa defence sending them into disarray. Everyone played Discount Oakleys well however when Villa got their second I had been having kittens. Four minutes extra time was agony and then the final whistle finally came, and the noise that came from our end was absolutely incredible! What truly marvellous night. The celebrating was just something else. What more can be said? It was off back the Witton Arms for many more celebrating before setting of home.
Out of all problems of the modern game big business sucking the life span out of the working class tradition of visiting the match football mirroring class society and many clubs going into financial crisis. For a lot of long suffering loyal supporters there are the Woolrich Parka Canada occasional respites to that rule. League Two Bradford City's success story has everyone referring to the club and its fans; Giant killing acts Mens Woolrich Arctic Parka like this are admired by football fans across the world reflecting the belief that there should be genuine equality and that there should not be such onesided favourability for the richest in our society. And of course you have the fact that now City have reached Wembley, we will see much needed millions injected into Bradford City because of our semifinal League success giving us a more equal footing to compete for future success like getting out of League Two.
I was at the game, and can assure you there was no slight or lack of respect intended by the chanting of some of the fans. As you are aware, this is a chant which many fans use fond of opposing fans leaving before the conclusion of a game, but, please believe me, this is in no way an attempt to defend its use in this instance. Indeed, our more "senior" fans, aware of the sensitivity of the circumstances, and realising that this type of chant was totally unacceptable, quickly tried to diffuse the situation by advising those "responsible" Ugg Boots Ireland Website to cease, which they did.
On behalf of the Dale Supporters Trust, may I sincerely apologise for the justified concern expressed both by your fans on the day and Bradford City Supporters Trust, leading to your email. Please be assured once more that no offence was intended, and, I assure you that we would never intentionally be party to disrespecting the tragedy suffered by Canada Goose Outlet Ottawa your Club in 1985.
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