Departing Director of Operations/Chief Executive David Baldwin bid an emotional farewell to the football club this Saturday (1 November 2014) after seven years loyal service.
On his final day at the Coral Windows Stadium, David received a small token of appreciation on the pitch from the club's Supporters' Board during the half-time interval of the Doncaster Rovers fixture.
The club's match-day programme for the Doncaster fixture also featured David on its front cover.
David, a life-long City fan, leaves the Bantams after first joining up with the club back in 2007. He moves to Premier League side Burnley to become their Chief Operating Officer.
The football club would like to place on record its sincere gratitude to David for all of his hard-work and dedication throughout his time at Valley Parade and wish him nothing but the best in his future endeavours.
Along with David, this Saturday also saw another club stalwart receive a deserved award honouring their commitment to City.
Former Bantams player Jimmy Cuthbertson (shown left on picture below) received a special Bradford City training jersey signed by all of Phil Parkinson's current squad to mark 50 years service to the club.
Jimmy, who still works in the banqueting and hospitality areas on home match-days, picked up the shirt from Club Director Steve Longbottom.
The shirt also had the letters 'CUTHBERTSON' and the number '50' printed on the back.