incised with a special achievement to qualify for the League Cup final,
Bradford City now also receive special support for the final match.
Special, because of the support came from the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader.
Bradford City last month steal the attention by reaching the League Cup final. Within 51 years, Bradford became the first team from the fourth caste British competition advanced to the final event.
Remarkably, on his way to the final trio of opponents Bradford City aside from the top UK competition, the Premier League, namely Wigan, Arsenal and Aston Villa.
Bradford City will now try to continue the story in 'Killing Giant' when faced with another Premier League team, Swansea, in the final held at Wembley on 24 February.
As quoted by the BBC, moral injections then obtained Bradford for the game, following the arrival of a letter containing the support of the Dalai Lama.
It said in the letter that the Dalai Lama praised the success of Bradford City to reach the final. He also, "pray that the team can reap success for the big game later."
Proximity Bradford City with the Dalai Lama beginning last year. When Dalai Lama was visiting Leeds met Mark Neal, a representative from the fundraising group Friends of Bradford City (FoBC), who is looking for a well-known figure to support the club.
Well, Neale and his colleagues then gobsmacked when saw the similarity of colors - burgundy and golden brown - between Bradford City with the robes worn Buddhist Tibetan monks..
The group was then able to give a Bradford City team jerseys with the number 14 to the Dalai Lama - he is the 14th Dalai Lama - and also made honorary president of the club.
"We thought we would not hear from him again," commented Neale after Bradford received a letter of support from representatives of the Dalai Lama.