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The City Gent

What is The City Gent Magazine?

So here we go intoanother season of The City Gent as we head for 35 years of continuous publication and thus keeping The City Gent as the longest running football fanzine in the UK.

Following Bradford City is always interesting and never dull, which, for writers of The City Gent is always good as there is always something interesting to comment on.

The City Gent whilst being the voice of Bantam Progressivism is hopeful about the team's prospects in League Two for 2019/20 and as always the contents of each and every issue of The City Gent will reflect on what is happening both on and off the pitch at Valley Parade as The City Gent continues to be the oldest surviving football fanzine in the country.


What is The City Gent Magazine?

So here we go intoanother season of The City Gent as we head for 35 years of continuous publication and thus keeping The City Gent as the longest running football fanzine in the UK.

Following Bradford City is always interesting and never dull, which, for writers of The City Gent is always good as there is always something interesting to comment on.

The City Gent whilst being the voice of Bantam Progressivism is hopeful about the team's prospects in League Two for 2019/20 and as always the contents of each and every issue of The City Gent will reflect on what is happening both on and off the pitch at Valley Parade as The City Gent continues to be the oldest surviving football fanzine in the country.



What is The City Gent Magazine?

So here we go intoanother season of The City Gent as we head for 35 years of continuous publication and thus keeping The City Gent as the longest running football fanzine in the UK.

Following Bradford City is always interesting and never dull, which, for writers of The City Gent is always good as there is always something interesting to comment on.

The City Gent whilst being the voice of Bantam Progressivism is hopeful about the team's prospects in League Two for 2019/20 and as always the contents of each and every issue of The City Gent will reflect on what is happening both on and off the pitch at Valley Parade as The City Gent continues to be the oldest surviving football fanzine in the country.