Date of birth
Vadaine signed with the Bantams in the summer of 2022 on a three-year deal, keeping him at the University of Bradford Stadium until June 2025.
Sheffield-born Oliver started his career in his home city at Sheffield Wednesday’s academy.
Professionally, the 6ft 2ins striker started at National League Lincoln City where he scored 13 times in all competitions for the Imps, attracting interest from Sky Bet League One side Crewe Alexandra.
After two seasons in Cheshire, Oliver served spells at Mansfield Town, York City and Notts County, scoring a total of 25 goals.
Oliver’s most prolific spell came at Gillingham in 2020/21, where he scored 20 goals in all competitions, helping the Kent side survive in League One.
He was also the club’s top scorer the next season, but following the Gills’ relegation from League One, joined Mark Hughes’ Bantams in the summer of 2022.