Issues 216 - 222 (2018-19)

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City Gent 222 (Christmas/New Year 2019)  £2.60 inc UK Postage

The City Gent Fanzine Issue 222

The Christmas / New Year issue of The City Gent contains a very honest interview with Greg Abbott who spoke with John Watmough in early November which readers should find interesting.

Other articles cover analysis of the season so far and the difference between online and printed reading material.

There are some of the regular columns such as Grumpy Old Fan and Counsel and Criticism plus plenty of other pieces covering fans thoughts on Bradford City and the wider world of football in this 68 page edition.

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City Gent 221 (October/November 2019) £2.60 Inc UK Postage

The City Gent Fanzine Issue 221

The second issue of the 2019/20 season sees Bradford City riding high in the league two table. Things are not natural at Valley Parade at the moment. There is no crisis to speak of and alarmingly the team are playing well and winning games. Heck, even Hope Akpan is scoring goals!

In CG221 we have tried to reflect on this unusual activity by the Bantams and this issue contains some really good articles. But don't just take my word for it, buy it and find out for yourself.

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City Gent 220 (August/September 2019) £2.60 Inc UK Postage

City Gent 217

At last, the much delayed issue of The City Gent has been published and is now available to order. Originally scheduled for Easter 2019 but postponed due to editor Mike Harrison being ill in April, this issue is now a fanzine of two halves. CG220 is a larger issue of 76 pages and if we hope that if you've been patiently waiting for it, hopefully the wait will be worth it.

The first half of CG220 contains articles relating to the new season which reflect the increasing optimism for the new season. There really does seem to be a return of Bantam Progressivism in the air. The second half starts with the original front cover cartoon plus articles which cover the end of the 2018/19 season. Of course no Bradford City fan really wants a reminder of last season's humiliating relegation, but it is still important to cover the thoughts of the fans on what was a difficult season which is a bit of an understatement.

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City Gent 219 (Febraury/March 2019) £2.60 Inc UK Postage

The City Gent 219
Now that the transfer window has been firmly shut, CG219 goes out on sale and the articles in this issue look back at the recent results as we say hello and wave goodbye to some players. Can the Bantams maintain their recent good form to stay within touching distance of League One safety? We are hoping that they can. CG219 articles reflect the mood amongst the fans but there are plenty of contributions that should keep the reader entertained.

City Gent 218 (December 2018/January 2019) £2.60 Inc UK Postage

City Gent 218
CG218 is a bumper 76 page issue full of interesting articles and comment regarding the recent changes at Valley Parade. As you might expect, a fair bit of comment regards the departure of former chairman Edin Rahic. But CG218 isn't all about Rahic and for the cost of just £2 plus p&p this latest issue has plenty to entertain City Gent readers over the upcoming Christmas holidays.

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City Gent 217 (October 2018). £2.60 Inc UK Postage

City Gent 217

It is very challenging tines being a Bradford City fan at the moment and the latest issue of a The City Gent aims to reflect the mood of the supporters. In CG217 there is much discussion about the current plight of the team as they languish in the relegation zone of League One. Plus there is much debate on the role the owners have played in the team fall from play off candidates to relegation contenders. But with other things in life being more important than football, CG217 contains Katie Whyatt's excellent article on Stephen Darby which originally appeared on Width of a Post.

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City Gent 216  (August/September 2108) £2.60 Inc UK Postage

The City Gent Fanzine Issue 216
City Gent kick off with a new season not knowing what lies ahead. With 15 new signings and a rookie manager who is the youngest in the league anything might happen.

CG216 reflects on the changes at Valley Parade during the summer of 2018 plus it has the usual mix of articles which readers have come to expect.

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