Windass led the Football League in scoring with 28 goals in 2004-05, despite the team finishing in mid-table. Windass scored another 20 goals the next season as Bradford City equaled their 13th-place position from the previous season. He finished his career with 150 goals in 371 games.
Windass began his career at Bradford City when he joined the club at age 14. He made his first-team debut in a 3-1 victory over Rotherham United on August 31, 1999. He scored his first goal just eight days later against Oldham Athletic. The following season, he helped the Bantams to win the Second Division title. He scored 15 goals in 44 appearances during that campaign.
After two more seasons with Bradford City, where he won the League Cup in 2002, Windass moved to Liverpool for £750,000. He played 81 times for the Reds, scoring 26 goals before moving back to England in 2005, this time to West Ham United for £4 million. He spent three seasons at Upton Park and was then released by the club.
After leaving West Ham, Windass signed for Scottish club St John's Red Devils. He stayed there for one season and then returned home to Scotland where he ended his career with Hamilton Academical. He scored 73 goals in 225 games across all competitions.
He is regarded as a contentious player, having been sent off three times in a game for Aberdeen and grabbed another opponent's testicles in a match against Bradford City. Windass became Hull City's oldest-ever Premier League scorer when he scored his final Premier League goal at the age of 39.
Windass led the Football League in scoring with 28 goals in 2004-05, despite the team finishing in mid-table. Windass scored another 20 goals the next season as Bradford City equaled their 13th-place position from the previous season.
Albert Whitehurst scored seven goals against Tranmere Rovers in Division Three (North) on March 6, 1929. 143 goals have been scored (Bobby Campbell). Bradford City has had the following players score more than 60 league goals: Bradford City has spent at least PS 1 million for each of the players listed below.
Bradford City has the third highest average attendance in the English football pyramid - 93,868. The highest average attendance in the English football pyramid is Manchester United with 109,928.
Bradford City has played a total of 1,389 matches in the English football pyramid, scoring 143 goals. This makes BC the second most successful club in the English football pyramid after Manchester United (1,455 games, 170 goals).
Bradford City has won only 36% of their matches. This is the lowest winning percentage of any top-flight team in England's major football leagues.
Bradford City has reached the FA Cup final twice (1929-30, 1930-31). They lost 3-0 both times. This is the worst defeat in an FA Cup final. It's also the first and only time that has happened.
Bradford City has qualified for the UEFA Europa League once. They entered in the Third Round and were eliminated by NK Maribor (Slovenia) 2-3 on aggregate.
The highest transfer price paid was PS2 million to Newcastle United in March 1997. The most prolific striker while at City was Bobby Campbell with 143 goals.
Bobby Campbell started his career as a youth player at Leeds United before moving to Bradford City in 1975. He quickly became one of the most popular players at Valley Parade and was voted Player of the Year in both 1976/77 and 1977/78. In 1979, he moved to Newcastle United where he remained for seven seasons. He finished his career back at Valley Parade with Bradford City and retired in 1986 at the age of 34. After retirement, he worked as a coach at Bradford City.
City earned promotion to the English Premier League in 2001 and were relegated back to the First Division the next season. They have since remained in the second tier of English football.
Bobby Campbell returned to Bradford City in January 1992 after leaving Newcastle United. He signed a contract until the end of the 1991-92 season when City offered him an extension. He helped the club earn promotion back to the English Premier League during his first season with the club.
During his time at City, Bobby Campbell won two FA Cups and one League Cup.
Beckford had 31 goals in all competitions at the conclusion of the season, including 25 in the league, as Leeds finished second to secure automatic promotion to the Championship. For his goal against Manchester United at Old Trafford, he was named Leeds United's goal of the season at the club's annual Player of the Season awards. He was also nominated for the PFA Players' Player of the Year award.
Jermaine Beckford started his career with Leeds United and played over 100 games for the club. In 2004, he moved to Chelsea for £15 million ($23.1 million), where he became one of the Premier League's most expensive defenders. He spent six years at Stamford Bridge, making 150 appearances, before moving back to Leeds United in 2010. He ended his Leeds United career after three seasons, having made a total of 173 appearances and scored 15 goals.
During his time at Chelsea, Beckford won two FA Cups and one Champions League medal. He left London after winning the first division title in his first season with the club and adding the cup victories to his trophy cabinet.
At Leeds, Beckford helped the club win the League One championship in his first season. Under manager Simon Grayson, he scored 11 goals in 41 games during that campaign.
In addition to playing football, Jermaine Beckford has worked as a television pundit for BT Sport and is now a coach at Leeds United's youth academy.
Clough scored 251 league goals from 274 starts throughout his playing career with Middlesbrough and Sunderland, making him the league's third most prolific scorer with a conversion percentage of 91.61 percent. He also represented England twice, both times in 1959. Clough withdrew from football at the age of 29 due to anterior cruciate ligament injury. He later had surgery to remove bone spurs from his knee.
He is widely regarded as one of the greatest managers in English football history, having led Middlesbrough to three FA Cups and one League Championship during his time at the club. After retiring from management, he went on to become an influential figure at Derby County, where he was able to win the 1986 Footballer of the Year award despite not playing any games. He died of cancer in October 2005 at the age of 69.
While at Middlesbrough, Clough played in all but two matches over six seasons, scoring 101 goals in all competitions. He finished his career with 11 goals in 14 appearances for Sunderland, leaving him with 99 goals in 110 games for both Middlesbrough and Sunderland.
In addition to being named as England's second best player behind Bobby Moore, Clough has been voted into the English Football Hall of Fame, the Borussia Dortmund Hall of Fame, and the Middlesbrough F.C. Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the World Football Hall of Fame in Southport, North Carolina.
42 objectives He is known by the club as a major player of the era, appearing 336 times and scoring 42 goals. Along with Ally McCoist and Richard Gough, he was a key member of the Rangers' unprecedented nine-title winning streak between 1988-89 and 1996-97 under managers Souness and Walter Smith.
During his time at Ibrox, Ferguson scored twice as Rangers beat Celtic 5-4 on aggregate in the 1989-90 UEFA Cup first round. The Scottish international left Ibrox after four seasons to join Liverpool for £1.5 million. He later went on to play for Marseille and Anderlecht before retiring in 2001 at the age of 36.
Ferguson began his career with hometown club St Mirren before moving to England in 1984 when he joined Rangers. During his time at Ibrox, he won two Scottish championships, three Scottish cups and the UEFA Cup in 1990. After helping Rangers to their ninth title in 1997, he moved to France where he played one season with Marseille before ending his career in Belgium with Anderlecht.
He returned to Scotland in 1999 with Dundee but only made one appearance before leaving the club again. This time however, he went back to Ibrox where he became assistant manager under McCoist.
When McCoist took over the managerial role earlier this year, it was believed that he would be giving up his role to focus on his job.