Bradford Bulls now lodge their annual return

Bradford Bulls Rugby League Club has now filed its overdue annual return, meaning the business no longer faces being struck off.

The Telegraph & Argus today reported how OK Bulls, the company which runs the Super League club, had missed a deadline of September 27 for submitting vital company information to Companies House, which was preparing to place a notice in the London Gazette asking if there were any objections to it striking off the business.

By this morning, the business registration body’s website confirmed an annual return had been submitted on behalf of the company, run by directors Mark Moore, Andrew Calvert and Ian Watt.

The document dated August 30, which should confirm details including who owns shares and how many, was not available for public inspection last night.

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11:00am Wed 18 Dec 13

expatbull says...

Whats happened no comments seems only negative reports by this rag draw the trolls out .
Seems like they are waiting to see if anything else negative turns up.
or is it benefit day.
Whats happened no comments seems only negative reports by this rag draw the trolls out . Seems like they are waiting to see if anything else negative turns up. or is it benefit day. expatbull

11:48am Wed 18 Dec 13

StevieLad says...

expatbull wrote:
Whats happened no comments seems only negative reports by this rag draw the trolls out .
Seems like they are waiting to see if anything else negative turns up.
or is it benefit day.
Someone woke up on wrong side of bed!

The return is available for public inspection now & shows 100 Ordinary shares all owned by OK at 30 Aug 13. It shouldn't have taken a kick up the bum from T&A to get it sorted but a relief that they finally got it done. Onwards & upwards
[quote][p][bold]expatbull[/bold] wrote: Whats happened no comments seems only negative reports by this rag draw the trolls out . Seems like they are waiting to see if anything else negative turns up. or is it benefit day.[/p][/quote]Someone woke up on wrong side of bed! The return is available for public inspection now & shows 100 Ordinary shares all owned by OK at 30 Aug 13. It shouldn't have taken a kick up the bum from T&A to get it sorted but a relief that they finally got it done. Onwards & upwards StevieLad

11:51am Wed 18 Dec 13

Thee Voice of Reason says...

So we are still at a loss to who currently owns the club.
So we are still at a loss to who currently owns the club. Thee Voice of Reason

12:19pm Wed 18 Dec 13

Parz says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
So we are still at a loss to who currently owns the club.
But then again this return was never going to show us that. All it could show was who held the shares on the date at the end of the period it was accounting for. Now if the shares at that point were held by Moore/Watt/Calvert, then it would have been safe to assume that it would still be the same, but even so that would still have been just an assumption that nothing had changed between then and now.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: So we are still at a loss to who currently owns the club.[/p][/quote]But then again this return was never going to show us that. All it could show was who held the shares on the date at the end of the period it was accounting for. Now if the shares at that point were held by Moore/Watt/Calvert, then it would have been safe to assume that it would still be the same, but even so that would still have been just an assumption that nothing had changed between then and now. Parz

5:41pm Wed 18 Dec 13

raisemeup says...

That's confused TVOR. Essentially correct Parz, but it will not suit the roving reporter.
That's confused TVOR. Essentially correct Parz, but it will not suit the roving reporter. raisemeup

7:44pm Wed 18 Dec 13

RABTID says...

Raise, don't forget, that TVOR will now be contacting his Friend ex Odsal, or cherging his credit card to Companies House, to try to prove you wrong.

That is what I find amusing, people hell bent on " putting the Bulls down " what have the Bulls done wrong, oh forgot borrowed £200k, legally from Council, as do many others. Closet Tories, again trying to score points against a Labour run council. Politics are not wanted on a sports forum.
Raise, don't forget, that TVOR will now be contacting his Friend ex Odsal, or cherging his credit card to Companies House, to try to prove you wrong. That is what I find amusing, people hell bent on " putting the Bulls down " what have the Bulls done wrong, oh forgot borrowed £200k, legally from Council, as do many others. Closet Tories, again trying to score points against a Labour run council. Politics are not wanted on a sports forum. RABTID

2:00pm Thu 19 Dec 13

BierleyBoy says...

RABTID wrote:
Raise, don't forget, that TVOR will now be contacting his Friend ex Odsal, or cherging his credit card to Companies House, to try to prove you wrong.

That is what I find amusing, people hell bent on " putting the Bulls down " what have the Bulls done wrong, oh forgot borrowed £200k, legally from Council, as do many others. Closet Tories, again trying to score points against a Labour run council. Politics are not wanted on a sports forum.
Bradford Labour council loaned OK Bulls £200k. Labour councillor David green gave the go ahead for this loan.

Omar khan owned OK Bulls at the time. Omar Khan is best pals with and a party funder for Bradford South Labour MP Gerry Sutcliffe.

There was absolutely no reason for bradford labour council to loan this money! other than a political favour. That is not legal.
[quote][p][bold]RABTID[/bold] wrote: Raise, don't forget, that TVOR will now be contacting his Friend ex Odsal, or cherging his credit card to Companies House, to try to prove you wrong. That is what I find amusing, people hell bent on " putting the Bulls down " what have the Bulls done wrong, oh forgot borrowed £200k, legally from Council, as do many others. Closet Tories, again trying to score points against a Labour run council. Politics are not wanted on a sports forum.[/p][/quote]Bradford Labour council loaned OK Bulls £200k. Labour councillor David green gave the go ahead for this loan. Omar khan owned OK Bulls at the time. Omar Khan is best pals with and a party funder for Bradford South Labour MP Gerry Sutcliffe. There was absolutely no reason for bradford labour council to loan this money! other than a political favour. That is not legal. BierleyBoy

8:36am Fri 20 Dec 13

tyker7745 says...

so Khan has not been paid off and the are are still n his ownership. A sad sad state of affairs!!
so Khan has not been paid off and the are are still n his ownership. A sad sad state of affairs!! tyker7745

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