Parkinson: 'It's Not Over Yet'

Bradford City 1-3 Millwall.

Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson says their League 1 play-off tie is not over despite losing the first leg.

They lost 3-1 to Millwall at the Coral Windows Stadium on Sunday in the first part of their semi-final.

Tony McMahon's penalty had put the Bantams 1-0 up before three first-half goals from the Lions. The second-leg is at The Den on Friday night, with the winner heading to the play-off final at Wembley.

Parkinson told Pulse Sport after the game: "The lads are really disappointed with those goals that we have conceded, more than anything.

"We just have to pick ourselves up, get ready, and give it a right good go!

"We have to go down there and make sure we give a good account of ourselves.

"If it is Millwall who progress, we have to make sure that we make it really tough for them down at The Den."

Listen below to Parkinson speaking to Pulse Sport's Jason Thornton:

Full match commentary of the second leg will be on Pulse 1 (97.5/102.5 FM & DAB ) & Pulse 2 (1278/1530 AM & DAB), with the build-up from 7pm.

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