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Potter hails Bulls fighters
Bradford coach Mick Potter praised his players' grit and determination as they cast aside doubts over their careers to pull off a famous 30-22 victory over Stobart Super League leaders Wigan.
The Bulls, who face the possibility of liquidation in a week's time, three times came from behind to stun the Warriors and, although they scored the match-winning tries after the dismissal of Wigan hooker Michael McIlorum, the Yorkshiremen deserved their triumph.
"I'm very pleased with the players," Potter said. "It's been a tough place to win. It was a fantastic effort. It's great for their morale and I'm really happy for fans that came across because they were on a hiding to nothing."
He added: "You can't take anything away from what they've achieved tonight. With a bit of grit and determination, nothing was going to stop them. They were pretty determined to get the result."
Administrator Brendan Guilfoyle, who was among the 19,628 crowd at the DW Stadium, has just a week to find a buyer for the cash-strapped club but Potter remains confident it can be saved.
"It's a fantastic club and you'd like to see them continue," he said. "The only way for them is up. I'm sure there are people out there who want to invest in the club. We just need to get to know who they are and get them on board."
With second-placed Warrington losing, Wigan missed the chance to open up a five-point lead.
The Warriors were without full-back Sam Tomkins, who had a dead leg, and lost centre Darrell Goulding on 67 minutes with an ankle injury, but coach Shaun Wane had no complaints over the result.
"We were beaten by the better team, I suppose," he said. "They wanted it a bit more. They had more of a need to win that game.
"We needed to play well and they were in a desperate situation. Fair play to them, they played better than us. We weren't on our game. This is a blip and we will fix it."