BULLS fans were pretty disappointed after they fell to a friendly defeat yesterday.

But it was their head coach, John Kear, who vented his fury the most post-match, saying his side needed to up their game after they crashed to a 25-12 reverse against Dewsbury Rams.

Here are a selection of Bulls fans’ views, with a mixture of positive and negative comments.

Bartsbull posted on the Telegraph & Argus website: “Very poor performance from a lot of players we need to be far better than this or we will be back in league one rather first half we should have had four try's but were to inconsistent near the line Dewsbury took there's and punished us we got what we deserved.”

Shipley’s Finest wrote: “What are you moaning at you chose to play these games London will be fresh when we play them been a long season and we haven’t started yet.”

Bigwoz wrote: “I came away today after watching that and to be honest I don't want to go next week. It was as shocking as it comes. It's going to be a very long season and relegation threatens.coyb.”

Paul from Idle wrote: “What does JK expect? Playing a bunch of players thrown together on a ground that isn't ours. There is more cohesion and togetherness at most amateur clubs than at the Bulls. Long slow lingering death of an unrecognisable club.”

But the last word show go to a banner that Bulls fans displayed at yesterday’s game, showing their support for former Leeds Rhinos player Rob Burrow, who has motor neurone disease.

Luke Elvidge tweeted: “Bradford Bulls fans with a banner in support of Rob Burrow 👌👏👏