Brave Bradford Bulls slip to controversial defeat

Bulls 10 Warrington 23

Mick Potter's men slipped to a contentious third successive home defeat of the season but only after a vastly-improved display in which they matched leaders Warrington for long periods.

Bulls hooker Matt Diskin put the hosts ahead with a close-range score in the fifth minute before a series of controversial decisions from the officials went Warrington's way.

Chris Riley grounded a pass from Brett Hodgson which clearly looked forward and Bradford then had tries from Jarrod Sammut and Michael Platt disallowed by the video referee.

Mickey Higham sneaked over the line for Tony Smith's side shortly before half-time and two minutes after the break Ryan Atkins, released by the Bulls in 2006, raced the length of the field to score.

Trent Waterhouse claimed a fourth try for the visitors in the 61st minute and, although the spirited Bulls replied through Jason Crookes' clinical score, Warrington confirmed victory with a late drop-goal from Lee Briers.

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8:03pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Bully 1 says...

Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!! Bully 1
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8:11pm Sat 3 Mar 12

bully4us says...

Go on then terrysblackchicken, comment on Jeffries and the team now. He played his heart out and earned our man of the match.
You said you were going to wait but still couldn't help having a dig this morning.

The lads played well and lost because they had that little bit more class. They couldn't have done any more.
Well done and enjoy a drink tonight!
Go on then terrysblackchicken, comment on Jeffries and the team now. He played his heart out and earned our man of the match. You said you were going to wait but still couldn't help having a dig this morning. The lads played well and lost because they had that little bit more class. They couldn't have done any more. Well done and enjoy a drink tonight! bully4us
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8:24pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Steampig says...

Fantastic effort tonight. Win lose or draw you can't ask 4 more. Few very poor decisions too. 1st try must have been 3 yards forwards . Bridge ought to have been sent off and platts try arguably could have been benefit of doubt. Standing ovation after the game well deserved . Proved they can play well and they should take plenty of pride and confidence from that game. Well done the bulls.
Fantastic effort tonight. Win lose or draw you can't ask 4 more. Few very poor decisions too. 1st try must have been 3 yards forwards . Bridge ought to have been sent off and platts try arguably could have been benefit of doubt. Standing ovation after the game well deserved . Proved they can play well and they should take plenty of pride and confidence from that game. Well done the bulls. Steampig
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8:34pm Sat 3 Mar 12

hypjack says...

Well Well done the Bulls !!! So proud of the lads tonight. Referee was shocking, but Bulls kept ongoing. Wire were bending the rulebook beyond the limit and getting away with it. Agree Platts try should have been given BOFD. Bridge lucky not to be sent off as the referee bottled it. Bulls have proved a lot of people wrong in their attitude and defensive ability. Okay we conceded tries but first should not have stood.Our attack needs polishing especially the final pass or kick but with time that will come. COYB :-)
Well Well done the Bulls !!! So proud of the lads tonight. Referee was shocking, but Bulls kept ongoing. Wire were bending the rulebook beyond the limit and getting away with it. Agree Platts try should have been given BOFD. Bridge lucky not to be sent off as the referee bottled it. Bulls have proved a lot of people wrong in their attitude and defensive ability. Okay we conceded tries but first should not have stood.Our attack needs polishing especially the final pass or kick but with time that will come. COYB :-) hypjack
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8:50pm Sat 3 Mar 12

BULLPOWER11 says...

Finally after 3 years i can once again hold my head up high and say im a bulls fan. Outstanding effort by the boys, u put the pride back into the red, amber and black jersey once again. Lets back it up next week n beat the fish packers. When players come back from injury to add a bit of depth i really think we can acheive something this season. Lets hoPe this breathes confidence into the lads n they fire into training this week n beat kr next sat. Proud proud proud coyb
Finally after 3 years i can once again hold my head up high and say im a bulls fan. Outstanding effort by the boys, u put the pride back into the red, amber and black jersey once again. Lets back it up next week n beat the fish packers. When players come back from injury to add a bit of depth i really think we can acheive something this season. Lets hoPe this breathes confidence into the lads n they fire into training this week n beat kr next sat. Proud proud proud coyb BULLPOWER11
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9:17pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Tricky Dicky says...

That was more like it. Let's keep the momentum going and put the Robins to the sword, next week. Pride and passion - who can ask for more.
That was more like it. Let's keep the momentum going and put the Robins to the sword, next week. Pride and passion - who can ask for more. Tricky Dicky
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9:45pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Pablo says...

Bully 1 wrote:
Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
...was that a pig I saw flying by?

Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs.

...NURSE....
[quote][p][bold]Bully 1[/bold] wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!![/p][/quote]...was that a pig I saw flying by? Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs. ...NURSE.... Pablo
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10:32pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Bone_idle18 says...

Pablo wrote:
Bully 1 wrote:
Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
...was that a pig I saw flying by?

Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs.

...NURSE....
don't bother commenting if you didn't see the game.

Bulls would have beaten any team with a better ref tonight.
[quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bully 1[/bold] wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!![/p][/quote]...was that a pig I saw flying by? Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs. ...NURSE....[/p][/quote]don't bother commenting if you didn't see the game. Bulls would have beaten any team with a better ref tonight. Bone_idle18
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10:50pm Sat 3 Mar 12

north devon bull says...

travelled 300 miles for this math staying at our joes over the weekend thought the bulls were unlucky tonight didnt get any 50 - 5o desisions dont think they got any 75 - 25desisions but played very well gave 100% you cant beat the officials 300 miles back home tomorow well worth it .ka, ka, ka.
travelled 300 miles for this math staying at our joes over the weekend thought the bulls were unlucky tonight didnt get any 50 - 5o desisions dont think they got any 75 - 25desisions but played very well gave 100% you cant beat the officials 300 miles back home tomorow well worth it .ka, ka, ka. north devon bull
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11:05pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Craig says...

A huge step in the right direction given the context of where both these teams are at present. All i ask is that we show up this way in every game. The Bulls have set themselves a new benchmark for effort and endeavour for the rest of the season, please keep it up and, if it's not too much to ask, add that bit of composure that was probably the difference tonight.
A huge step in the right direction given the context of where both these teams are at present. All i ask is that we show up this way in every game. The Bulls have set themselves a new benchmark for effort and endeavour for the rest of the season, please keep it up and, if it's not too much to ask, add that bit of composure that was probably the difference tonight. Craig
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11:33pm Sat 3 Mar 12

mdn says...

Pablo wrote:
Bully 1 wrote:
Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
...was that a pig I saw flying by?

Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs.

...NURSE....
What a rally you are
[quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bully 1[/bold] wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!![/p][/quote]...was that a pig I saw flying by? Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs. ...NURSE....[/p][/quote]What a rally you are mdn
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11:40pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Dore-Bull says...

The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls!
The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls! Dore-Bull
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4:48am Sun 4 Mar 12

oatesingham says...

taxi for pablo at door kermit and miss piggy are waiting for you MUPPET
taxi for pablo at door kermit and miss piggy are waiting for you MUPPET oatesingham
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6:57am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Bully 1 wrote:
Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
Muppet , Playoffs ? What drugs are you on ?
[quote][p][bold]Bully 1[/bold] wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!![/p][/quote]Muppet , Playoffs ? What drugs are you on ? terrysblackchicken
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7:00am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

bully4us wrote:
Go on then terrysblackchicken, comment on Jeffries and the team now. He played his heart out and earned our man of the match. You said you were going to wait but still couldn't help having a dig this morning. The lads played well and lost because they had that little bit more class. They couldn't have done any more. Well done and enjoy a drink tonight!
And how many league points did you secure last night ? Ah yes feck all same as your other 2 home games . Warrington were sh ite last night and not a patch on what they normally play like. Top 4 ? You would struggle to make top 4 in Championship
[quote][p][bold]bully4us[/bold] wrote: Go on then terrysblackchicken, comment on Jeffries and the team now. He played his heart out and earned our man of the match. You said you were going to wait but still couldn't help having a dig this morning. The lads played well and lost because they had that little bit more class. They couldn't have done any more. Well done and enjoy a drink tonight![/p][/quote]And how many league points did you secure last night ? Ah yes feck all same as your other 2 home games . Warrington were sh ite last night and not a patch on what they normally play like. Top 4 ? You would struggle to make top 4 in Championship terrysblackchicken
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7:04am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Bone_idle18 wrote:
Pablo wrote:
Bully 1 wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!!
...was that a pig I saw flying by? Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs. ...NURSE....
don't bother commenting if you didn't see the game. Bulls would have beaten any team with a better ref tonight.
Ha Ha joke shop, Would beat any team ? Could not beat an egg, Stop dreaming and get back into your coma, It was all potter out last week so more consistency needed on here. I think Hood and Potter doing a great job.
[quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bully 1[/bold] wrote: Proud, Proud, Proud.Bit more concentration in attack and i think playoffs are well within reach this year!!!![/p][/quote]...was that a pig I saw flying by? Three home losses on the trot. They'd be hard pressed to beat Keighley and some saddos think they'll make the play offs. ...NURSE....[/p][/quote]don't bother commenting if you didn't see the game. Bulls would have beaten any team with a better ref tonight.[/p][/quote]Ha Ha joke shop, Would beat any team ? Could not beat an egg, Stop dreaming and get back into your coma, It was all potter out last week so more consistency needed on here. I think Hood and Potter doing a great job. terrysblackchicken
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8:39am Sun 4 Mar 12

deano-41 says...

last night bulls played really well a marked improvement from the wigan game Langley was massive what a workhorse. guttless showing from ref terry albert bridge should have walked the dirty *******.
last night bulls played really well a marked improvement from the wigan game Langley was massive what a workhorse. guttless showing from ref terry albert bridge should have walked the dirty *******. deano-41
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8:49am Sun 4 Mar 12

murphyslaw says...

Dore-Bull wrote:
The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls!
A great effort by the Bulls but to say Warrington is a total disgrace is rediculous. How I wish we could swap all our players for theirs. How I wish we were as dirty as them how I wish we had the wherewithal to use their tactics. As good as we were Warrington were very poor by their standards and while we were racing along in top gear they never got out of first. I thought the atmosphere was great, the best it has been for some time. It serves no purpose to hurl abuse at our opposition, especially those we might learn a thing or two from but perhaps it makes you feel better?
[quote][p][bold]Dore-Bull[/bold] wrote: The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls![/p][/quote]A great effort by the Bulls but to say Warrington is a total disgrace is rediculous. How I wish we could swap all our players for theirs. How I wish we were as dirty as them how I wish we had the wherewithal to use their tactics. As good as we were Warrington were very poor by their standards and while we were racing along in top gear they never got out of first. I thought the atmosphere was great, the best it has been for some time. It serves no purpose to hurl abuse at our opposition, especially those we might learn a thing or two from but perhaps it makes you feel better? murphyslaw
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8:53am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Correct Warrington did not get out of 1st gear and did not need to playing the Dulls
Correct Warrington did not get out of 1st gear and did not need to playing the Dulls terrysblackchicken
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9:06am Sun 4 Mar 12

JAtkinson says...

Valiant effort. Pride and passion (if not the killer instinct) there in spades. Warrington weren't at their best but this was because of the Bulls getting in their faces and not allowing them to be. Bringing back and risking an obv injured Briers (who took a 1 pointer to really clinch it) showed we had them rattled and there were 3 or 5 Bulls challenging for MoM.
When we were fighting relegation, I was at Odsal; when we held every trophy we could, I was at Odsal; guess where I'll be this and every season! At Odsal... and not COOPED up in my house with only a match report to go by, acting like Oscar the Grouch & writing foolish ditties whilst thinking I'm Oscar Wilde!
Valiant effort. Pride and passion (if not the killer instinct) there in spades. Warrington weren't at their best but this was because of the Bulls getting in their faces and not allowing them to be. Bringing back and risking an obv injured Briers (who took a 1 pointer to really clinch it) showed we had them rattled and there were 3 or 5 Bulls challenging for MoM. When we were fighting relegation, I was at Odsal; when we held every trophy we could, I was at Odsal; guess where I'll be this and every season! At Odsal... and not COOPED up in my house with only a match report to go by, acting like Oscar the Grouch & writing foolish ditties whilst thinking I'm Oscar Wilde! JAtkinson
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9:07am Sun 4 Mar 12

t'old man says...

Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...
Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ... t'old man
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10:07am Sun 4 Mar 12

Prop forward says...

Terryshagschickens Is your life so empty and meaningless that your only aim in life is to come on here and slate the bulls for everything they do. You should have watched them last night it would have inspired you to do something with your black hole of an existence, then agin i think the limit of your ability is slating people who actually do something with their lives.
Terryshagschickens Is your life so empty and meaningless that your only aim in life is to come on here and slate the bulls for everything they do. You should have watched them last night it would have inspired you to do something with your black hole of an existence, then agin i think the limit of your ability is slating people who actually do something with their lives. Prop forward
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10:11am Sun 4 Mar 12

Dore-Bull says...

murphyslaw wrote:
Dore-Bull wrote:
The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls!
A great effort by the Bulls but to say Warrington is a total disgrace is rediculous. How I wish we could swap all our players for theirs. How I wish we were as dirty as them how I wish we had the wherewithal to use their tactics. As good as we were Warrington were very poor by their standards and while we were racing along in top gear they never got out of first. I thought the atmosphere was great, the best it has been for some time. It serves no purpose to hurl abuse at our opposition, especially those we might learn a thing or two from but perhaps it makes you feel better?
Firstly, there is no 'e' in 'ridiculous'. Secondly, it's hardly hurling abuse to state that they had dirty tactics: countless highshots, blatantly offside, holding down and cynical obstruction. When Wire are on fire, I admire their style of rugby; but come on, they were bloody filthy last night. They were given a 24 point advantage by the allowed / disallowed try debacle. As Diskin said after the game: our 2 tries would probably have been given if Sky weren't there. If I get accused of being partisan: tough. That's what sport is all about and a workmate of mine who supports Wire thought they were a disgrace too. Blimey, even Stevo thought we'd been robbed when I watched it back on Sky. I'm sorry Murphyslaw, but I think that Wire have something to learn from us and others: how to play in the spirit of the game. Additionally, if Wire didn't play well, it's because we got in their faces and rattled them.
[quote][p][bold]murphyslaw[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dore-Bull[/bold] wrote: The Bulls were heroic tonight; Warrington were dirty & a total disgrace: how Bridge was not sent off was a total travesty. Ref appalling - disallowing 2 of our tries and allowing 2 dodgy tries for them. Very proud of Bradford Bulls tonight. Have your victory you plastic scousers; the moral victory is ours. Come On Your Bulls![/p][/quote]A great effort by the Bulls but to say Warrington is a total disgrace is rediculous. How I wish we could swap all our players for theirs. How I wish we were as dirty as them how I wish we had the wherewithal to use their tactics. As good as we were Warrington were very poor by their standards and while we were racing along in top gear they never got out of first. I thought the atmosphere was great, the best it has been for some time. It serves no purpose to hurl abuse at our opposition, especially those we might learn a thing or two from but perhaps it makes you feel better?[/p][/quote]Firstly, there is no 'e' in 'ridiculous'. Secondly, it's hardly hurling abuse to state that they had dirty tactics: countless highshots, blatantly offside, holding down and cynical obstruction. When Wire are on fire, I admire their style of rugby; but come on, they were bloody filthy last night. They were given a 24 point advantage by the allowed / disallowed try debacle. As Diskin said after the game: our 2 tries would probably have been given if Sky weren't there. If I get accused of being partisan: tough. That's what sport is all about and a workmate of mine who supports Wire thought they were a disgrace too. Blimey, even Stevo thought we'd been robbed when I watched it back on Sky. I'm sorry Murphyslaw, but I think that Wire have something to learn from us and others: how to play in the spirit of the game. Additionally, if Wire didn't play well, it's because we got in their faces and rattled them. Dore-Bull
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10:11am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Prop forward more like clothes prop . My life is very fulfilled and I go to my bed on an evening with a big smile on my face knowing the dreamboat Dulls fans are celebrating yet another loss. Bite on that numb nuts
Prop forward more like clothes prop . My life is very fulfilled and I go to my bed on an evening with a big smile on my face knowing the dreamboat Dulls fans are celebrating yet another loss. Bite on that numb nuts terrysblackchicken
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10:13am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

t'old man wrote:
Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...
So let me get this straight how many league points did the Dulls get last night ? Yes same as the mighty Bantams and the same as englebert humperdink will get at eurovision 0 points
[quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...[/p][/quote]So let me get this straight how many league points did the Dulls get last night ? Yes same as the mighty Bantams and the same as englebert humperdink will get at eurovision 0 points terrysblackchicken
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10:14am Sun 4 Mar 12

OdsalOptimist says...

I have signed up today just to be able to write this comment so here goes...
I felt incredibly proud last night to be a Bulls fan - So what if the Wire did not play to the potential - there was a reason for this. Our gameplan was fantastic last night. We ruffled many a Wire feather by getting in their faces. Yes we dropped the ball a few times when we shouldn't have (how many people moaned after Wigan/Cats games for "one-up rugby"), so what! We played rugby last night for the first time at Odsal this season.
Disco hit the nail slap bang on the head in the post match interview - if the game was not on sky then we may have got those 50-50 calls.
There really needs to be a inquiry as to the role of the touch judges - A blind man could have done a similar job out there last night so what are they actually paid for? I cannot blame Terry Albert for the 1st Warrington try / Platts try (even "Bridgegate" to a certain extent)
Final point is to say how great the fans were last night - the team deserved an ovation and we gave them it.
And finally, before the cynics crawl out from the undergrowth, we are no longer a top 4 team. But what we must be is a team that no-one wants to play, not an easy 2 points. Odsal needs to become the fortress it was for so many years. I think last night started that re-invention.
That is all.
I have signed up today just to be able to write this comment so here goes... I felt incredibly proud last night to be a Bulls fan - So what if the Wire did not play to the potential - there was a reason for this. Our gameplan was fantastic last night. We ruffled many a Wire feather by getting in their faces. Yes we dropped the ball a few times when we shouldn't have (how many people moaned after Wigan/Cats games for "one-up rugby"), so what! We played rugby last night for the first time at Odsal this season. Disco hit the nail slap bang on the head in the post match interview - if the game was not on sky then we may have got those 50-50 calls. There really needs to be a inquiry as to the role of the touch judges - A blind man could have done a similar job out there last night so what are they actually paid for? I cannot blame Terry Albert for the 1st Warrington try / Platts try (even "Bridgegate" to a certain extent) Final point is to say how great the fans were last night - the team deserved an ovation and we gave them it. And finally, before the cynics crawl out from the undergrowth, we are no longer a top 4 team. But what we must be is a team that no-one wants to play, not an easy 2 points. Odsal needs to become the fortress it was for so many years. I think last night started that re-invention. That is all. OdsalOptimist
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10:15am Sun 4 Mar 12

Dore-Bull says...

Why bother posting Terry? Trolling is a sad habit.
Why bother posting Terry? Trolling is a sad habit. Dore-Bull
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10:47am Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Why bother breathing ? Only sh ite you put on is not worth reading anyway. Dore-Bull ? Bore-Bull more like
Why bother breathing ? Only sh ite you put on is not worth reading anyway. Dore-Bull ? Bore-Bull more like terrysblackchicken
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10:54am Sun 4 Mar 12

Prop forward says...

Ha ha clothes prop good one that lolol i take it that big smile on your acne riddled grid is the smug satisfaction you get from trolling on here all day get a grip and a life but you'd have to crawl out from under your rock to do that
Ha ha clothes prop good one that lolol i take it that big smile on your acne riddled grid is the smug satisfaction you get from trolling on here all day get a grip and a life but you'd have to crawl out from under your rock to do that Prop forward
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11:16am Sun 4 Mar 12

lil_bull says...

terrysblackchicken wrote:
t'old man wrote:
Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...
So let me get this straight how many league points did the Dulls get last night ? Yes same as the mighty Bantams and the same as englebert humperdink will get at eurovision 0 points
LOL!! mighty Bantams? you really need to open your eyes pal, city are nearly at the bottom of the professional league,if they go any lower thats it for them, and they played a team LOWER then them and still lost, and least bulls put up a great fight against top of the league and were really unlucky, and should have come away with more
[quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...[/p][/quote]So let me get this straight how many league points did the Dulls get last night ? Yes same as the mighty Bantams and the same as englebert humperdink will get at eurovision 0 points[/p][/quote]LOL!! mighty Bantams? you really need to open your eyes pal, city are nearly at the bottom of the professional league,if they go any lower thats it for them, and they played a team LOWER then them and still lost, and least bulls put up a great fight against top of the league and were really unlucky, and should have come away with more lil_bull
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11:30am Sun 4 Mar 12

theviking62 says...

Terrys'blackchicken. Can you answer one, SIMPLE, question. Were, you there, at odsal. A yes or no will do. SIMPLE, in your case being the operative word.
Terrys'blackchicken. Can you answer one, SIMPLE, question. Were, you there, at odsal. A yes or no will do. SIMPLE, in your case being the operative word. theviking62
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11:31am Sun 4 Mar 12

jonnyk says...

terrysblackchicken wrote:
Why bother breathing ? Only sh ite you put on is not worth reading anyway. Dore-Bull ? Bore-Bull more like
let me get this right, City are in playing in Division 4? While the bulls are on the top league of rugby league? get back in your basket terrysblackchicken!
[quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: Why bother breathing ? Only sh ite you put on is not worth reading anyway. Dore-Bull ? Bore-Bull more like[/p][/quote]let me get this right, City are in playing in Division 4? While the bulls are on the top league of rugby league? get back in your basket terrysblackchicken! jonnyk
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11:53am Sun 4 Mar 12

sellrise says...

I have supported The Bulls for over 60 years and I must say they are the most boring team in the league. When the threequarters do get the ball it just goes straight along the line without any dummy runners to take out the opposition - just watch the top teams. I hope that when we get on the opposition's line in future games we are not going to just rely on Jeffries kicking. Come on Potter get some moves worked out.
I have supported The Bulls for over 60 years and I must say they are the most boring team in the league. When the threequarters do get the ball it just goes straight along the line without any dummy runners to take out the opposition - just watch the top teams. I hope that when we get on the opposition's line in future games we are not going to just rely on Jeffries kicking. Come on Potter get some moves worked out. sellrise
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12:15pm Sun 4 Mar 12

CHLOE220696 says...

well done lads you worked your heart out jeffries worked hard was samutt playing" on the down side burgess and joseph are not good enough the aim is to hold on to the ball,
we have to stop going down the middle peter fox tactics the best teams throw the ball about,i will finish on a good note come the bulls ps the referee was crap and thats not the first time he has been harsh on us ganson would have sent that tosser of for that elbow to the neck
well done lads you worked your heart out jeffries worked hard was samutt playing" on the down side burgess and joseph are not good enough the aim is to hold on to the ball, we have to stop going down the middle peter fox tactics the best teams throw the ball about,i will finish on a good note come the bulls ps the referee was crap and thats not the first time he has been harsh on us ganson would have sent that tosser of for that elbow to the neck CHLOE220696
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1:05pm Sun 4 Mar 12

The Whole Truth says...

Terrysblackchicken is not a Bulls or City fan. He is a council house scratter.
Terrysblackchicken is not a Bulls or City fan. He is a council house scratter. The Whole Truth
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1:05pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Tricky Dicky says...

A lot has been said of Chris Bridge and, yes, he was not the most sporting player on the park and lucky to stay on it. But he was most likely playing to orders (even though he appeared to be enjoying it) and was there to rattle, intimidate and upset the opposition which clearly he did. Whilst I am not advocating foul play, we also need a mixer, a rattler, a sledger in the Bulls side. Remember how the Penguin used to unsettle the opposition. A bit meaner, a bit more composed in the opposition's 20 metre zone and we could really become a handful. However, it must be taken forward into the next game which is definitely a winnable match.
A lot has been said of Chris Bridge and, yes, he was not the most sporting player on the park and lucky to stay on it. But he was most likely playing to orders (even though he appeared to be enjoying it) and was there to rattle, intimidate and upset the opposition which clearly he did. Whilst I am not advocating foul play, we also need a mixer, a rattler, a sledger in the Bulls side. Remember how the Penguin used to unsettle the opposition. A bit meaner, a bit more composed in the opposition's 20 metre zone and we could really become a handful. However, it must be taken forward into the next game which is definitely a winnable match. Tricky Dicky
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1:35pm Sun 4 Mar 12

cj says...

why don't people just ignore the likes of the chicken whoever. if you don't comment on his ridiculous posts then he will soon get bored and crawl back under his stone.

proud of the effort put in last night, lets just keep the momentum going.
i was never keen on crookes but i have to say that he is coming along really well with real potential.
why don't people just ignore the likes of the chicken whoever. if you don't comment on his ridiculous posts then he will soon get bored and crawl back under his stone. proud of the effort put in last night, lets just keep the momentum going. i was never keen on crookes but i have to say that he is coming along really well with real potential. cj
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2:28pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

The Whole Truth wrote:
Terrysblackchicken is not a Bulls or City fan. He is a council house scratter.
I am not who you think I am and you appear to have as much knowledge as a fecking corner flag and probably look like one too. I have an opinion I saw the game and the Dulls would struggle to beat Birkenshaw and they are dog shi te.
[quote][p][bold]The Whole Truth[/bold] wrote: Terrysblackchicken is not a Bulls or City fan. He is a council house scratter.[/p][/quote]I am not who you think I am and you appear to have as much knowledge as a fecking corner flag and probably look like one too. I have an opinion I saw the game and the Dulls would struggle to beat Birkenshaw and they are dog shi te. terrysblackchicken
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2:29pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

t'old man wrote:
Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...
Only thing people need to contact RFL for is the bailing out of the DULLS at Odslum
[quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Looks like terrysblackbantam says....is feeling a little bit upset seeing how his high flying City lost again this time to the side second bottom from the league !!!! as for the Bulls they showed plenty of effort an commitment and with a little bit of luck and idea near the line could have won the game , as for the tries I think Rileys was definitely forward , Sammut was offside and Platts should have been benefit of doubt, as for Bridge I found it hard to believe that he was allowed to stay on the field, due to the nature of the game anybody who plays rugby at any level faces the risk of serios injury so for players to to add to that risk by blatant thuggery should face lenghty bans, last week Cockayne struck Whitehead around the had twice in the act of scoring and last night Bridges elbow on Jeffries was disgusting , I hope someone from the club will be contacting the RFL and raising the lack of protection been given to the players ...[/p][/quote]Only thing people need to contact RFL for is the bailing out of the DULLS at Odslum terrysblackchicken
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2:32pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

sellrise wrote:
I have supported The Bulls for over 60 years and I must say they are the most boring team in the league. When the threequarters do get the ball it just goes straight along the line without any dummy runners to take out the opposition - just watch the top teams. I hope that when we get on the opposition's line in future games we are not going to just rely on Jeffries kicking. Come on Potter get some moves worked out.
At last a Dulls fan without his rose tinted specs on
[quote][p][bold]sellrise[/bold] wrote: I have supported The Bulls for over 60 years and I must say they are the most boring team in the league. When the threequarters do get the ball it just goes straight along the line without any dummy runners to take out the opposition - just watch the top teams. I hope that when we get on the opposition's line in future games we are not going to just rely on Jeffries kicking. Come on Potter get some moves worked out.[/p][/quote]At last a Dulls fan without his rose tinted specs on terrysblackchicken
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2:41pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Mick Potter ( the wizard that was ) says...

Great effort last night it was good to see some passion back ! but the truth is imo we are still miles off top eight. Our three quaters are poor as is our pack Kear is too slow & has too little strength. We are too slow playing the ball we do not run on to the the ball & our attacking play is too predicable. Great passion & effort but sadly it shows how far off we still are. We now have a large squad of average players perhaps we should have spent more on fewer quality aquisitons.
Great effort last night it was good to see some passion back ! but the truth is imo we are still miles off top eight. Our three quaters are poor as is our pack Kear is too slow & has too little strength. We are too slow playing the ball we do not run on to the the ball & our attacking play is too predicable. Great passion & effort but sadly it shows how far off we still are. We now have a large squad of average players perhaps we should have spent more on fewer quality aquisitons. Mick Potter ( the wizard that was )
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2:45pm Sun 4 Mar 12

bullslad17 says...

Bridge should have been sent off.
Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward.
Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try.
I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win.
I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night.
Bridge should have been sent off. Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward. Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try. I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win. I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night. bullslad17
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2:54pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

bullslad17 wrote:
Bridge should have been sent off. Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward. Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try. I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win. I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night.
Looking at your username you talk like you are 17
[quote][p][bold]bullslad17[/bold] wrote: Bridge should have been sent off. Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward. Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try. I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win. I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night.[/p][/quote]Looking at your username you talk like you are 17 terrysblackchicken
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2:58pm Sun 4 Mar 12

bullslad17 says...

17 is just a number. If I was 17 I would probably go for 'bullslad94' anyway. Hence 94 would be the year I was born.

That's not really relevant to the article is it?
17 is just a number. If I was 17 I would probably go for 'bullslad94' anyway. Hence 94 would be the year I was born. That's not really relevant to the article is it? bullslad17
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3:10pm Sun 4 Mar 12

bullslad17 says...

terrysblackchicken wrote:
bullslad17 wrote:
Bridge should have been sent off. Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward. Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try. I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win. I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night.
Looking at your username you talk like you are 17
And do you just quote what everyone says in an attempt to assault them? That's not very mature is it? Stop posting because to be honest, you're showing yourself up. I don't think you're a Bulls fan, I think you're just hiding behind your computer screen posting on here to annoy everyone.
[quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullslad17[/bold] wrote: Bridge should have been sent off. Hodgson's pass to Riley was forward. Riley obstructed Crookes for Atkins' try. I thought we were very hard done by and deserved more out of the game. We had them rattled last night and the perfomance was great, even though we didn't win. I think we'll beat Hull KR and may even beat Saints if we play like we did last night.[/p][/quote]Looking at your username you talk like you are 17[/p][/quote]And do you just quote what everyone says in an attempt to assault them? That's not very mature is it? Stop posting because to be honest, you're showing yourself up. I don't think you're a Bulls fan, I think you're just hiding behind your computer screen posting on here to annoy everyone. bullslad17
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3:13pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Reading Bullette says...

Mick Potter ( the wizard that was ) wrote:
Great effort last night it was good to see some passion back ! but the truth is imo we are still miles off top eight. Our three quaters are poor as is our pack Kear is too slow & has too little strength. We are too slow playing the ball we do not run on to the the ball & our attacking play is too predicable. Great passion & effort but sadly it shows how far off we still are. We now have a large squad of average players perhaps we should have spent more on fewer quality aquisitons.
Whilst I agree with most of what you say, I remember most people on here criticising the club for spending a lot of money on Matt Orford and saying we should have had a better squad. You cant have it both ways: unless you have the big money to cheat the cap.
[quote][p][bold]Mick Potter ( the wizard that was )[/bold] wrote: Great effort last night it was good to see some passion back ! but the truth is imo we are still miles off top eight. Our three quaters are poor as is our pack Kear is too slow & has too little strength. We are too slow playing the ball we do not run on to the the ball & our attacking play is too predicable. Great passion & effort but sadly it shows how far off we still are. We now have a large squad of average players perhaps we should have spent more on fewer quality aquisitons.[/p][/quote]Whilst I agree with most of what you say, I remember most people on here criticising the club for spending a lot of money on Matt Orford and saying we should have had a better squad. You cant have it both ways: unless you have the big money to cheat the cap. Reading Bullette
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3:38pm Sun 4 Mar 12

RL Ron says...

Please ignore the wind up merchants and non attenders -the bulls played well, not Wire
Please ignore the wind up merchants and non attenders -the bulls played well, not Wire RL Ron
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3:51pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

bullslad17 wrote:
17 is just a number. If I was 17 I would probably go for 'bullslad94' anyway. Hence 94 would be the year I was born. That's not really relevant to the article is it?
So you're saying you were born in 1917 ?
Thing is if you cant take the heat log off bye bye
[quote][p][bold]bullslad17[/bold] wrote: 17 is just a number. If I was 17 I would probably go for 'bullslad94' anyway. Hence 94 would be the year I was born. That's not really relevant to the article is it?[/p][/quote]So you're saying you were born in 1917 ? Thing is if you cant take the heat log off bye bye terrysblackchicken
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5:00pm Sun 4 Mar 12

theviking62 says...

Tel's black hen. Would you have the decency to answer my earlier question. Or was it too hard for you, to comprehend.
Tel's black hen. Would you have the decency to answer my earlier question. Or was it too hard for you, to comprehend. theviking62
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5:24pm Sun 4 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

theviking62 wrote:
Tel's black hen. Would you have the decency to answer my earlier question. Or was it too hard for you, to comprehend.
I saw it on the telly so saw more angles and info than you probably did. I did not answer as you seemed a bit boring to be honest.
The viking62 will be back at school tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]theviking62[/bold] wrote: Tel's black hen. Would you have the decency to answer my earlier question. Or was it too hard for you, to comprehend.[/p][/quote]I saw it on the telly so saw more angles and info than you probably did. I did not answer as you seemed a bit boring to be honest. The viking62 will be back at school tomorrow. terrysblackchicken
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5:28pm Sun 4 Mar 12

BULLPOWER11 says...

Good performance last night but Next week i think burgess n joseph need changing. Hopefully walker will be back and sibbit or elima a possibility. Burgess n joseph dont look super league quality and i think with them 2 dropped and other personel on the bench we will beat the cod heads. Manukafoa looked well in patches. His defence looked solid and he got stuck in when attacking. My man of match was langley tho. Superb performance from old poodle head
Good performance last night but Next week i think burgess n joseph need changing. Hopefully walker will be back and sibbit or elima a possibility. Burgess n joseph dont look super league quality and i think with them 2 dropped and other personel on the bench we will beat the cod heads. Manukafoa looked well in patches. His defence looked solid and he got stuck in when attacking. My man of match was langley tho. Superb performance from old poodle head BULLPOWER11
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5:32pm Sun 4 Mar 12

theviking62 says...

Left school 45 years ago, went to university, the rest is, as they say, history. Oh bye the way I watched on tv, so I saw what you did. My opinion of your not answering my question, is justified, your thick. Why did I jump to that conclusion, because you've just answered it. I, also, believe you have had several previous aliases, but you still talk that same old garbage. Why not return to the pond in which you began life and take murphys' law, Pablo, with you?
Left school 45 years ago, went to university, the rest is, as they say, history. Oh bye the way I watched on tv, so I saw what you did. My opinion of your not answering my question, is justified, your thick. Why did I jump to that conclusion, because you've just answered it. I, also, believe you have had several previous aliases, but you still talk that same old garbage. Why not return to the pond in which you began life and take murphys' law, Pablo, with you? theviking62
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6:26pm Sun 4 Mar 12

HANLEY IS A LEGEND says...

BULLPOWER11 wrote:
Good performance last night but Next week i think burgess n joseph need changing. Hopefully walker will be back and sibbit or elima a possibility. Burgess n joseph dont look super league quality and i think with them 2 dropped and other personel on the bench we will beat the cod heads. Manukafoa looked well in patches. His defence looked solid and he got stuck in when attacking. My man of match was langley tho. Superb performance from old poodle head
Agreed that "Langley" got stuck in, but again was allergic to passing the ball?
We want more passing & backing up between the pack.
Please play Bateman at No.13?

My summary of last night's performance is that we seem to be going in the right direction and have a good team spirit.
The Bull's never seem to get the correct" Rub of the Green".
If Riley was not obstructing, I don't what is.Platty should have got the benefit of the doubt & why didnt the Ref ping Warrington more often for lying on?
Bridge's will cetrainly get banned next week ,but it wont benefit us will it? The guy should have been immediately sent off!!
It was still early in the 2nd half for us to build pressure to beat them.
Next week ,I would like the team to more organised in the latter stages of our attacking phases.What stood out for me is the half -backs.They play well individually ,but didnt really play as a pair.When Jefferies went on his own we then wasted kicks and pressure on the opposition, because we were'nt set up right and then the wrong men were either kicking or going on their own wasting chances..
Message to L'strange -
"EVERY MAN & HIS DOG NOW KNOWS YOU DO THIS SILLY BLIND PASS.IT CONFUSES NOBYBODY ANYMORE.All does is waste opportunities, near the oppositions line because nine times out of ten the players either get in the way of each other or the player who is meant to recieve it generally drops the ball, gifting the play back to the opposition!!
Enough said?
[quote][p][bold]BULLPOWER11[/bold] wrote: Good performance last night but Next week i think burgess n joseph need changing. Hopefully walker will be back and sibbit or elima a possibility. Burgess n joseph dont look super league quality and i think with them 2 dropped and other personel on the bench we will beat the cod heads. Manukafoa looked well in patches. His defence looked solid and he got stuck in when attacking. My man of match was langley tho. Superb performance from old poodle head[/p][/quote]Agreed that "Langley" got stuck in, but again was allergic to passing the ball? We want more passing & backing up between the pack. Please play Bateman at No.13? My summary of last night's performance is that we seem to be going in the right direction and have a good team spirit. The Bull's never seem to get the correct" Rub of the Green". If Riley was not obstructing, I don't what is.Platty should have got the benefit of the doubt & why didnt the Ref ping Warrington more often for lying on? Bridge's will cetrainly get banned next week ,but it wont benefit us will it? The guy should have been immediately sent off!! It was still early in the 2nd half for us to build pressure to beat them. Next week ,I would like the team to more organised in the latter stages of our attacking phases.What stood out for me is the half -backs.They play well individually ,but didnt really play as a pair.When Jefferies went on his own we then wasted kicks and pressure on the opposition, because we were'nt set up right and then the wrong men were either kicking or going on their own wasting chances.. Message to L'strange - "EVERY MAN & HIS DOG NOW KNOWS YOU DO THIS SILLY BLIND PASS.IT CONFUSES NOBYBODY ANYMORE.All does is waste opportunities, near the oppositions line because nine times out of ten the players either get in the way of each other or the player who is meant to recieve it generally drops the ball, gifting the play back to the opposition!! Enough said? HANLEY IS A LEGEND
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7:15pm Sun 4 Mar 12

RL Ron says...

Whilst the attacking play was lacking something, the fact that we put up a good fight and gave them a scare is more than I expected. If we keep on improving every week, well who knows?

As for sad trolls, keep them coming. It's a great laugh reading people with no life trying to stir it up and failing. :)
Whilst the attacking play was lacking something, the fact that we put up a good fight and gave them a scare is more than I expected. If we keep on improving every week, well who knows? As for sad trolls, keep them coming. It's a great laugh reading people with no life trying to stir it up and failing. :) RL Ron
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9:50am Mon 5 Mar 12

Grandad final says...

When Lee Briers stuck that one point over it told me all I needed to know. A top table (at the moment) team was tipping the cap to a great performance and we can take a lot from that.
Great performance and one to be proud of Bradford.

I think it's fair to say at the very least that Alibert and his
doppy m8's were having an off day. I came home from the match and watched it again on sky and even Stevo made comment about THE RFL having to get a grip of the ref standards...need anyone say more
When Lee Briers stuck that one point over it told me all I needed to know. A top table (at the moment) team was tipping the cap to a great performance and we can take a lot from that. Great performance and one to be proud of Bradford. I think it's fair to say at the very least that Alibert and his doppy m8's were having an off day. I came home from the match and watched it again on sky and even Stevo made comment about THE RFL having to get a grip of the ref standards...need anyone say more Grandad final
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1:30pm Mon 5 Mar 12

Steam Pigs says...

Terrysblackchicken - the Whino loving resident of -

BD6 3AR

narrows it down a bit ;-)
Terrysblackchicken - the Whino loving resident of - BD6 3AR narrows it down a bit ;-) Steam Pigs
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3:09pm Mon 5 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.
You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future. terrysblackchicken
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3:11pm Mon 5 Mar 12

jozieme says...

Feel that the game is getting too fast for the officials..Riley's try a blatant forward pass.not spotted by either linesmen, the one closest definately a referral to Specsavers.Don't like the continuing slanging re Joseph and Burgess. It will take time for both these players to show in S.L.. There were always defenders waiting for them when they received the ball ..we've dummy halves passing for the sake of passing with no slight of hand..No-one mentions that Burgess was stripped of the ball by Higham when we were on attack under the post..Yes fair means or foul even from the top of the table side..Another fault is we are allowing the attacking ball carrier to offload far too many times ,and a previous writer is correct when he says we have nothing on attack under the post except Jeffries kicks which can't work every time we need someone to create other moves as well.Can't fault all the effort they showed ,best game as a team this season.
Feel that the game is getting too fast for the officials..Riley's try a blatant forward pass.not spotted by either linesmen, the one closest definately a referral to Specsavers.Don't like the continuing slanging re Joseph and Burgess. It will take time for both these players to show in S.L.. There were always defenders waiting for them when they received the ball ..we've dummy halves passing for the sake of passing with no slight of hand..No-one mentions that Burgess was stripped of the ball by Higham when we were on attack under the post..Yes fair means or foul even from the top of the table side..Another fault is we are allowing the attacking ball carrier to offload far too many times ,and a previous writer is correct when he says we have nothing on attack under the post except Jeffries kicks which can't work every time we need someone to create other moves as well.Can't fault all the effort they showed ,best game as a team this season. jozieme
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3:31pm Mon 5 Mar 12

Steam Pigs says...

terrysblackchicken wrote:
You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.
Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......
[quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.[/p][/quote]Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face...... Steam Pigs
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3:37pm Mon 5 Mar 12

bullslad17 says...

Steam Pigs wrote:
terrysblackchicken wrote:
You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.
Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......
no, he wouldn't. He prefers to do it over the safety of his computer screen.
[quote][p][bold]Steam Pigs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.[/p][/quote]Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......[/p][/quote]no, he wouldn't. He prefers to do it over the safety of his computer screen. bullslad17
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3:42pm Mon 5 Mar 12

Steam Pigs says...

bullslad17 wrote:
Steam Pigs wrote:
terrysblackchicken wrote:
You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.
Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......
no, he wouldn't. He prefers to do it over the safety of his computer screen.
Too right - keyboard warrior of the highest order and not a pair of brain cells to rub together.....
[quote][p][bold]bullslad17[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steam Pigs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.[/p][/quote]Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......[/p][/quote]no, he wouldn't. He prefers to do it over the safety of his computer screen.[/p][/quote]Too right - keyboard warrior of the highest order and not a pair of brain cells to rub together..... Steam Pigs
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4:25pm Mon 5 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Steam Pigs wrote:
terrysblackchicken wrote: You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.
Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......
Obviously I do have the intelligence, That postcode was on the same page I had just been reading. Calm down dear
[quote][p][bold]Steam Pigs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]terrysblackchicken[/bold] wrote: You actually thought I registered on here with correct postcode ? ha ha what a t it. As for my mate the viking he is that big a fan he did not go so will take his armchair views with a pinch of salt in future.[/p][/quote]Yeah because you would make up a wrong postcode... you muppet - you haven't got the intelligence to do that and you would never call me a ti t to my face......[/p][/quote]Obviously I do have the intelligence, That postcode was on the same page I had just been reading. Calm down dear terrysblackchicken
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4:29pm Mon 5 Mar 12

theviking62 says...

Chicken, I am over 60, unfortunately, live a long way from odsal, these days. Plus on going health problems, also keep me away from odsal. So I do watch on tv, LIKE YOU, which entitles me, LIKE YOU, to make comments. But UNLIKE YOU, I do not change my name,on a regular basis when you are found out for who and what you are.nor do i live in Bradford and fail to go. Touché.
Chicken, I am over 60, unfortunately, live a long way from odsal, these days. Plus on going health problems, also keep me away from odsal. So I do watch on tv, LIKE YOU, which entitles me, LIKE YOU, to make comments. But UNLIKE YOU, I do not change my name,on a regular basis when you are found out for who and what you are.nor do i live in Bradford and fail to go. Touché. theviking62
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4:42pm Mon 5 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Why would I want to go my pensioner friend ?
Put your slippers on and chill
Why would I want to go my pensioner friend ? Put your slippers on and chill terrysblackchicken
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4:51pm Mon 5 Mar 12

Hudzilla says...

Dont feed the Troll's (terrysblackchicken) they will soon get bored and go elsewhere.
Dont feed the Troll's (terrysblackchicken) they will soon get bored and go elsewhere. Hudzilla
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5:16pm Mon 5 Mar 12

theviking62 says...

In that case why do you comment, on here, idiot. No not idiot, bloody annoying little tit. No go and annoy the lot from headingley, valley parade or where ever you or not go.
In that case why do you comment, on here, idiot. No not idiot, bloody annoying little tit. No go and annoy the lot from headingley, valley parade or where ever you or not go. theviking62
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1:06am Tue 6 Mar 12

terrysblackchicken says...

Someone not had their cocoa tonight, Dont get too woked up old timer take the rough with the smooth and crack on.
Someone not had their cocoa tonight, Dont get too woked up old timer take the rough with the smooth and crack on. terrysblackchicken
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8:45pm Fri 9 Mar 12

flogem says...

Its easy to blame the ref.What a load of bull.
Its easy to blame the ref.What a load of bull. flogem
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