Rovers boss Micky Mellon gave his thoughts on the Bradford result to local media after the final whistle in West Yorkshire.
A late Callum McManaman goal earned the SWA a point that keeps them within touching distance of the playoff spots. Micky offered his analysis after the game, highlighting wasted opportunities as Rovers undoing in their bid to take three points.
"I think to be fair the only positive that we can take out of it and we have to be honest is that we got something out of it. I don't think we started the game well, I think we looked a wee bit lethargic, a wee bit leggy, not enough invention, not enough imagination and urgency, and we passed the ball poorly.
"At the end of the day, we've come to a tough place and got a point out of it but I will say that we came here for more and when they went down to ten men we needed to do more. We've made the substitutions at halftime to try and get a wee bit more out of it, but we never worked the goalkeeper anywhere near enough, because when we got into good areas we either gave the ball away cheaply or the quality into the box was not good enough or we just never got on the end of enough stuff.
“At the end of the day, you come here to get something so that's the positive. We'll go onto Monday now and attack Monday's game.”
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