Date: 14th December 2009 at 3:49pm
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Rotherham United beat Bradford City at Valley Parade for the first time in four years on Saturday but City’s Lee Bullock is not a happy chappy.

Bullock got the opening goal of the game on nineteen minutes, against, I’m sure (though maybe not) he’ll agree, run of play, only for the Kevin Ellison to put the Millers two-one up before half-time. The Millers went on to win four-two but the former Cardiff City midfielder says that three of the goals should not have stood.

Speaking to Dave Craven of the Yorkshire Post, the twenty-eight year old fumed, ‘We felt three of their goals weren’t even goals. The first was blatently a throw-in for us but it was given the other way and they went down the line and scored.

‘The third goal was an unbelievable strike from Roberts but it shouldn’t have stood because he took it at least ten yards from where the free-kick was actually given.

‘And their fourth was off-side as well.’

Speaking about top-flight referee, Lee Probert, Bullock said, ‘The Premier League can have him back.’

Millers’ ‘keeper, Andy Warrington was first team goalie at York City when Bullock was a YTS lad there and he pulled off some wonderful saves on Saturday to deny Bradford, one from a scissor-kick from Bullocks and the City man said, ‘He used to pull those kinds of saves off in training all the time and he seems to have been pulling them off against me throughout my career. He did it again and laughed as he reminded me it was just like old times. I told him I didn’t want to hear it any more.’

Sore loser do you think?