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Potter hails team spirit
Agar unhappy with his side's commitment
Bradford coach Mick Potter praised his team for putting the club's financial worries behind them as they beat Wakefield 34-26.
The Bulls, who could go into administration on Tuesday, fought back from a two-point half-time deficit and being reduced to 12 men, to win and keep in touch with the Stobart Super League play-off contenders.
Potter said: "We're getting a few results and there's nothing we can do about the situation. All we can do is keep getting on with what we are paid to do, which is doing our best out on the field.
"I'm more than happy that we got two points today, although there's still a lot to work on. Our players definitely tried their hardest but our execution in play was a mixed bag today.
"We strive for the best possible result from each play and although it's not always possible, you don't stop trying."
Trinity boss Richard Agar was unhappy with his charges following the defeat at Odsal.
Agar said: "I'm pretty annoyed with our guys - we had a soft and dishonest start to the game and when we decided to work a bit harder, we fought our way back and were playing some good football at that point.
"Whether we were under the guise that the wind would do it all for us in the second half, I don't know, but our kicking game let us down."
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|9||Hull K R||27||23|
|10||Salford Red Devils||27||23|
|13||Bradford Bulls *||27||10|
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|20:00||St Helens vs Catalans Dragons|
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|15:00||Warrington Wolves vs Salford Red Devils|
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