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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Parkinson thought the Bantams should have won

Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson spoke to BBC Radio Leeds after this afternoon's drawn game against Hereford United

"I think we did enough to win the game really," said Parkinson.

"Once again we've responded in good fashion and got the equaliser.

"Every game is a scrap for every ball. It's not going to be easy and free flowing as we'd all like but we've got to make sure that we compete and when the balls goes in the box we've got to show that desire that Syers showed today."

Parkinson also spoke to the Bradford OS:

"We have given a sloppy goal away from a long throw-in - something we had practised against and gone through yesterday.

"We switched off to let them score with their only real chance of the second half - we got punished with that certainly.

"But, not for the first time this season, we have responded well and we have done well to come back and get the equaliser.

"As I expected it would be, it was a tight game today. They made it difficult for us, but I thought we created the better chances out of the two sides."