We gathered a selection of fans' questions on social media and put them across to City winger Mark Marshall for a programme feature, which was used in 'The Parader' last season.
Who has been the toughest full back to play against?
Sent in by:@AshrafWallace on Twitter
Marshall: 'Lawrie Wilson. He's signed for Bolton now. When I was younger, he was the hardest full back that I've played against, for me personally.'
What's your favourite crisp flavour?
Sent in by:@dickie_cross on Twitter
Marshall: 'I've got a choice of two. Ready Salted or Cheese & Onion, all day!'
What's it like to play in front of 18,000 City fans at Valley Parade?
Sent in by:@AS_Bradford on Twitter
Marshall: 'Unbelievable. The noise inside the stadium is incredible even when we aren't winning the game.'
Who did you look up to the most when you were growing up?
Sent in by:Joe Bcfc Shack on Facebook
Marshall: 'Ronaldinho...Obviously (Arjen) Robben is only about 3 or 4 years older than me, but he's one of my idols too. Obviously playing in the same position as me, I just love what he does.'
What's been the biggest game of your career so far?
Sent in by:Jamie Freeman on Facebook
Marshall: 'When I was at Barnet, I played against Arsenal. It was only pre-season but it was still a great experience because they played all their first team. It was unbelievable playing against the likes of (Andrey) Arshavin, and I think (Robin) van Persie played in that game too, just to name a couple.'
Who is your closest friend/friends at the club and why?
Sent in by:Ry Lee on Facebook
Marshall: 'I'm friends with all the boys to be honest, it's a good bunch of lads and I've felt welcomed since I've been here.'
Who's been your favourite player to play with in your career so far?
Sent in by:Amy Beth Birkby on Facebook
Marshall: 'I'd say Michael O'Connor, Jonathan Douglas and Anthony McNamee. I learnt a lot from Anthony McNamee as well because he played in the Premier League and obviously had a sustained career. I've never seen someone who could cross a ball as good as he could and get out of tight spaces. He had asthma, so he couldn't really run for long distances, but once he squared his man up, he was unbelievable.'