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Full-time: Warrington Wolves 50 Bradford Bulls 24

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Ross Heppenstall, Bradford Bulls Reporter

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fedupwiththeBS 2:12pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Has anybody seen Jamie "I am committed to the Club but I am open to offers from Union" Foster?

Score: 9
axelf1963 6:58pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Warrington today missing six men in Richie Myler, Michael Monaghan, Chris Bridge, Ben Evans, Chris Hill and Trent Waterhouse and still a massive defeat for Bulls and would have been close to my prediction had Wire not taken foot off the gas
Forget the court case and get rebuilding from scratch Jimmy.

Score: 5
beverleyhills cop returns 7:19pm Sun 29 Jun 14

What a joke super league is when you have a touch judge who cant run and every time he tried I was worried he was going to have a heart attack thn we have a in goal judge struggling on one leg and ref who cant work out that the play the ball you stand behind each other not side by side.This is not sour grapes as we all know we are going down but the clowns at red hall are not fit for purpose COYB KEEP THE FAITH

Score: -5
fedupwiththeBS 7:58pm Sun 29 Jun 14

A positive display going forward even though it was a weakened Wolves side; but we just do not have the size to compete up front and paid for it down the centre.

Before the usual there are no players available crew start, must of the damage was inflicted on us by England yet again; a player recruited from the Championship.

As much as it pains me I have to agree with AxelF, we need to use the rest of the season to build a team SL 2 like the rest of the current Championship sides are.

Score: 12
axelf1963 8:41pm Sun 29 Jun 14

beverleyhills cop returns wrote…


What a joke super league is when you have a touch judge who cant run and every time he tried I was worried he was going to have a heart attack thn we have a in goal judge struggling on one leg and ref who cant work out that the play the ball you stand behind each other not side by side.This is not sour grapes as we all know we are going down but the clowns at red hall are not fit for purpose COYB KEEP THE FAITH

Maybe BHC should not return,
Give it up why is it everyone else's fault ? How many tackles did officials miss ?
And please log back in as Viking

Score: 3
Its Granola - Granola 10:22pm Sun 29 Jun 14

axelf1963 wrote…


beverleyhills cop returns wrote…


What a joke super league is when you have a touch judge who cant run and every time he tried I was worried he was going to have a heart attack thn we have a in goal judge struggling on one leg and ref who cant work out that the play the ball you stand behind each other not side by side.This is not sour grapes as we all know we are going down but the clowns at red hall are not fit for purpose COYB KEEP THE FAITH
Maybe BHC should not return,
Give it up why is it everyone else's fault ? How many tackles did officials miss ?
And please log back in as Viking

If SL is such a joke then maybe the Championship is just what you are looking for . Dont blame officials for your short comings , ALL SL teams suffer the inconsistencies of our refs etc at some time of the season . remember no one is perfect and no one gets everything right all of the time , its part and parcel of the game . Live with it .
At least next season you wont have the same officials to worry about will you

Score: 7
Thee Voice of Reason 10:42pm Sun 29 Jun 14

Its Granola - Granola wrote…


axelf1963 wrote…


beverleyhills cop returns wrote…


What a joke super league is when you have a touch judge who cant run and every time he tried I was worried he was going to have a heart attack thn we have a in goal judge struggling on one leg and ref who cant work out that the play the ball you stand behind each other not side by side.This is not sour grapes as we all know we are going down but the clowns at red hall are not fit for purpose COYB KEEP THE FAITH
Maybe BHC should not return,
Give it up why is it everyone else's fault ? How many tackles did officials miss ?
And please log back in as Viking
If SL is such a joke then maybe the Championship is just what you are looking for . Dont blame officials for your short comings , ALL SL teams suffer the inconsistencies of our refs etc at some time of the season . remember no one is perfect and no one gets everything right all of the time , its part and parcel of the game . Live with it .
At least next season you wont have the same officials to worry about will you

Get with the times, all the problems at the Bulls were caused by someone else.

Score: -3
The Fat Lady Sings 7:06am Mon 30 Jun 14

Only seven comments after another "business as usual"performance. Definitely an air of resignation and finality with our bloggers. Now Jimmy will know just how poor the squad, assembled by Cummins, is. He even signed players who only watch but never play. Obviously, Jimmy must produce a side each week to complete the season but it is proving a long, painful death for the supporters. I would like to see Jimmy's plan B put into action soon as if we don't prepare for Championship life it will be a rude awakening when we arrive.

Score: 2
raisemeup 7:26am Mon 30 Jun 14

It's easy to pour scorn on someone for making a valid comment. Which is what a number of you seem to be doing. Speaking as someone who wasn't at the game, I can't comment on what the officials were or weren't. However it appears BHC only comments on how the game is suffering because the RFL are content to let sub standard officials - officiate. He never gave it as a reason for the "Bulls" losing,
Unfortunately the usual culprits are twisting his post to suit their own unreasonable agenda.

One factoid which is a small crumb of comfort,: It's only the second away game that we scored 24 points (which according to reports could have been 30 if Gale hadn't dropped the ball on the final pass).

Score: -1
bradfordbronco 7:33am Mon 30 Jun 14

axelf1963 wrote…


Warrington today missing six men in Richie Myler, Michael Monaghan, Chris Bridge, Ben Evans, Chris Hill and Trent Waterhouse and still a massive defeat for Bulls and would have been close to my prediction had Wire not taken foot off the gas
Forget the court case and get rebuilding from scratch Jimmy.

Didn't you read the squad before making your amazing prediction of a Warrington win. Which BTW I correctly predicted. I am so clever or are you so predictable?

Are you saying Warrington would have won by more had they not had 6 players missing and only had a squad of 11. Or if if they had the 6 missing players to add to the squad of 17. As far as i was aware you can only select 17 players the game which is what they did.

Any thoughts on world cup or wimbledon winner yet, or are you waiting until the final 2 to make your prediction?

Score: -2
spanglishbull.uk 9:15am Mon 30 Jun 14

Axelf,
You are correct with the six players missing.What you failed to mention is that those six would be on more money than the whole of the Bulls squad.Yes,it is the old Bulls managements fault but it just goes to show that unfortunately the salary cap,which was brought in to make it a level playing field is a farce.It does not work and never will under the present rules.If it did work,like it does in Australia,you would not see the top four teams the same year after year.But there again the R.L. will just sit there and do nothing about it.It was also supposed to stop situations like the Bulls,spending money they have not got.It is a failure along with the Licence fiasco.Rant over,going to tee off now.

Score: 1
Hello4 9:11am Mon 30 Jun 14

Game over for Bulls!!!

Score: 1
YearOfTheRhino 1:24pm Mon 30 Jun 14

The Fat Lady Sings wrote…


Only seven comments after another "business as usual"performance. Definitely an air of resignation and finality with our bloggers. Now Jimmy will know just how poor the squad, assembled by Cummins, is. He even signed players who only watch but never play. Obviously, Jimmy must produce a side each week to complete the season but it is proving a long, painful death for the supporters. I would like to see Jimmy's plan B put into action soon as if we don't prepare for Championship life it will be a rude awakening when we arrive.

To be fair to FC he "assembled" who he could afford/was available.

Score: -1
89Viper 1:49pm Mon 30 Jun 14

Argentina to win world cup and djokovic to win Wimbledon

Score: -1
bradfordbronco 10:42pm Mon 30 Jun 14

89Viper wrote…


Argentina to win world cup and djokovic to win Wimbledon

Thanks for the answer Axelf. And Catalans to beat Bulls by how many?

Score: 0

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