Jimmy Lowes said “whatever comes, comes” after seeing Bradford slump to back-to-back Championship defeats.
The Bulls were stunned by the Sheffield Eagles, a team that had lost their previous four league outings, going down 46-28 at Odsal.
With the Bulls’ recent form now reading as just one win in six and only in the top four on points difference, Lowes admitted that he was under pressure.
“At the moment I’m not doing my job well enough,” he said.
“I need to find a way of doing them justice or it is going to be a very short reign this year. That’s the reality of the sport and I’ll accept the responsibility for that and I’ll accept any sort of action that needs to be taken. I’ve got a big few days.”
Along with draws against Leigh and Batley, the Bulls have been knocked out of the Challenge Cup by Dewsbury and lost their third consecutive derby match with local rivals Halifax. Their only victory in March came against London, winning 28-20.
A full report of Bradford’s shock defeat can be found in League Express. Available in stores now.