Ownership of Bradford Bulls 'has been decided'

Mark Moore

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The ownership of Bradford Bulls appeared to have been settled last night.

The Super League club’s current board of directors, under the guise of Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd, have had their bid accepted by the administrator.

They had faced competition from London-based businessman Richard Lamb, who tabled an offer yesterday, but it is understood that that did not match the one put forward by the directors led by chairman Mark Moore.

A separate consortium, which included representatives of Bradford Park Avenue Football Club, are understood to have pulled out at the last minute from bidding for the Bulls.

Bradford City joint-chairmen Mark Lawn and Julian Rhodes had also expressed an interest in buying the Bulls but stopped short of making an offer.

Both Park Avenue and City were involved in the bidding process to buy the Bulls during the club’s previous spell in administration in 2012, which resulted in Omar Khan taking control.

All interested parties had to table their offers to Leeds-based administrator David Wilson by the the end of business yesterday.

The current directors have made it clear they want to take the club forward and chairman Mr Moore used his programme notes for last weekend’s game against Castleford to outline his plans for the club should Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd see their bid accepted.

Mr Moore said: “I have in place a five-year plan for the club, designed to take us forward and eventually make this a profitable business – something it has not been for a number of years.

“For me, it is all about sustainability and that is what me and my team are working towards.”

Mr Lamb had also spoken publicly during the past fortnight about his desire to transform the club’s fortunes.

OK Bulls Ltd was placed into administration on January 31 after a winding-up order from HMRC following an unpaid tax bill. Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd was given a temporary 28-day licence to run the club.

Mr Wilson, the appointed administrator of OK Bulls Ltd, agreed to sell the club to Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd, a company set up last November and whose directors include Mr Moore, Robbie Hunter-Paul, Ian Watt and Andrew Calvert.

However, as a term of that sale, the new company has been operating under a temporary Super League licence for 28 days to allow Mr Wilson the opportunity to acccept any higher bids.

Although Bradford City’s interest came to nothing after Mr Rhodes held a meeting with the RFL, Mr Lawn said: “We tried to look at something that would have merged both City and Bulls and safeguarded both club’s future in Bradford over the long-term – and not just another short-term fix.

“As things stand, I fear for the future of professional rugby league in Bradford.”

The Bulls were in action against Wakefield last night and are facing a possible points deduction from the RFL following the club’s second spell in administration in less than two years.

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7:52am Fri 21 Feb 14

billybobbull says...

This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from.

The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer?

I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore).

Well done Bulls last night
This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from. The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer? I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore). Well done Bulls last night billybobbull
  • Score: -14

7:58am Fri 21 Feb 14

midlandroad says...

billybobbull wrote:
This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from.

The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer?

I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore).

Well done Bulls last night
it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix.
[quote][p][bold]billybobbull[/bold] wrote: This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from. The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer? I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore). Well done Bulls last night[/p][/quote]it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix. midlandroad
  • Score: -14

8:10am Fri 21 Feb 14

Bowlingboy says...

The short term I.e this season and staying up should be the main priority.
Hopefully once an announcement is made some cash will be injected for players.
The two loanees on long term deals would be a good start and ideally two fowards two backs.

I jusy hope the rfl and administrator have vetted whoever takes the reigns.

As someone mentioned the current board plus Lamb would be ideal if he has tje financial backing.
The short term I.e this season and staying up should be the main priority. Hopefully once an announcement is made some cash will be injected for players. The two loanees on long term deals would be a good start and ideally two fowards two backs. I jusy hope the rfl and administrator have vetted whoever takes the reigns. As someone mentioned the current board plus Lamb would be ideal if he has tje financial backing. Bowlingboy
  • Score: -2

8:20am Fri 21 Feb 14

billybobbull says...

I am sure Lawn and Rhodes are 'level headed guys' and have, but any interest they have is not for the Bulls, its for the City (not the city of Bradford) and need to use Valley Parade and produce economies of scale in administrative costs. In any case, moot point and a red herring intended to make us feel thankful that we have 'rugby' people in charge.

In the end, the best people to take the Bulls forward in a big way, are people with big picture business minds, links and experience. Hopefully Mr Wilson will see that and make the right decision.

I am not sure bed shops are BIG business.

One thing however that did worry me last night, was Mr Lamb's comments on BCB re the business and creditors. He seemed to speak purely from a clinical business angle and that may mean they do not get paid. Business wise, that would definitely work long term, BUT does not fit with the 'community ethos?
I am sure Lawn and Rhodes are 'level headed guys' and have, but any interest they have is not for the Bulls, its for the City (not the city of Bradford) and need to use Valley Parade and produce economies of scale in administrative costs. In any case, moot point and a red herring intended to make us feel thankful that we have 'rugby' people in charge. In the end, the best people to take the Bulls forward in a big way, are people with big picture business minds, links and experience. Hopefully Mr Wilson will see that and make the right decision. I am not sure bed shops are BIG business. One thing however that did worry me last night, was Mr Lamb's comments on BCB re the business and creditors. He seemed to speak purely from a clinical business angle and that may mean they do not get paid. Business wise, that would definitely work long term, BUT does not fit with the 'community ethos? billybobbull
  • Score: -1

9:03am Fri 21 Feb 14

TomBulls says...

billybobbull wrote:
This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from.

The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer?

I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore).

Well done Bulls last night
Mr Lamb confirmed on his twitter account late last night that his bid was unsuccessful, he also confirmed that the current board of directors (Bradford Bulls 2014) bid had been accepted.
[quote][p][bold]billybobbull[/bold] wrote: This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from. The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer? I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore). Well done Bulls last night[/p][/quote]Mr Lamb confirmed on his twitter account late last night that his bid was unsuccessful, he also confirmed that the current board of directors (Bradford Bulls 2014) bid had been accepted. TomBulls
  • Score: 5

9:26am Fri 21 Feb 14

cleckbull says...

midlandroad wrote:
billybobbull wrote:
This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from.

The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer?

I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore).

Well done Bulls last night
it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix.
The current board of directors have done nothing wrong....we should get behind them. They are genuine Bulls supporters who I have seen on the terraces home and away long before they got involved as directors and clearly have the best interests of the club at heart.
It appears they have a sensible long term business plan in place for a sustainable future and that alone they deserve our full backing
COYB....great win last night !!
[quote][p][bold]midlandroad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billybobbull[/bold] wrote: This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from. The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer? I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore). Well done Bulls last night[/p][/quote]it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix.[/p][/quote]The current board of directors have done nothing wrong....we should get behind them. They are genuine Bulls supporters who I have seen on the terraces home and away long before they got involved as directors and clearly have the best interests of the club at heart. It appears they have a sensible long term business plan in place for a sustainable future and that alone they deserve our full backing COYB....great win last night !! cleckbull
  • Score: 6

9:36am Fri 21 Feb 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.
If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: -2

9:56am Fri 21 Feb 14

StevieLad says...

cleckbull wrote:
midlandroad wrote:
billybobbull wrote:
This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from.

The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer?

I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore).

Well done Bulls last night
it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix.
The current board of directors have done nothing wrong....we should get behind them. They are genuine Bulls supporters who I have seen on the terraces home and away long before they got involved as directors and clearly have the best interests of the club at heart.
It appears they have a sensible long term business plan in place for a sustainable future and that alone they deserve our full backing
COYB....great win last night !!
Agreed. They were landed with an impossible situation by OK's bait&switch & all signs so far are they want to do things right.

Such an important win last night as well. Get in
[quote][p][bold]cleckbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]midlandroad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]billybobbull[/bold] wrote: This 'story' sounds to me like the 2014 company feeding the T&A a BS line in order put the pressure on Mr Wilson and the RFL. The reporter should say where he got the information from. The line from Rhodes is similarly BS, and should be qualified with a question of 'if you are so concerned, why didn't you submit an offer? I am happy to wait until Monday for Mr Wilson to announce his decisions. This is poor reporting and poor form by Robbie (AKA Mark Moore). Well done Bulls last night[/p][/quote]it is a pity that lawn and rhodes couldn't have got something together and it seems there wasn't a will at the bulls to make that happen. they are level-headed guys who steered city in the right direction. I agree with their view that all we will get is another botched, short-term fix.[/p][/quote]The current board of directors have done nothing wrong....we should get behind them. They are genuine Bulls supporters who I have seen on the terraces home and away long before they got involved as directors and clearly have the best interests of the club at heart. It appears they have a sensible long term business plan in place for a sustainable future and that alone they deserve our full backing COYB....great win last night !![/p][/quote]Agreed. They were landed with an impossible situation by OK's bait&switch & all signs so far are they want to do things right. Such an important win last night as well. Get in StevieLad
  • Score: 2

10:08am Fri 21 Feb 14

Videoref says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.
I agree-not very professional approach is it?
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.[/p][/quote]I agree-not very professional approach is it? Videoref
  • Score: 5

11:02am Fri 21 Feb 14

linebacker2 says...

billybobbull wrote:
I am sure Lawn and Rhodes are 'level headed guys' and have, but any interest they have is not for the Bulls, its for the City (not the city of Bradford) and need to use Valley Parade and produce economies of scale in administrative costs. In any case, moot point and a red herring intended to make us feel thankful that we have 'rugby' people in charge.

In the end, the best people to take the Bulls forward in a big way, are people with big picture business minds, links and experience. Hopefully Mr Wilson will see that and make the right decision.

I am not sure bed shops are BIG business.

One thing however that did worry me last night, was Mr Lamb's comments on BCB re the business and creditors. He seemed to speak purely from a clinical business angle and that may mean they do not get paid. Business wise, that would definitely work long term, BUT does not fit with the 'community ethos?
Couple of points from neutral

(1) Beds are big business, everyone needs one.

(2) I know it's been discussed many many many times. But Bulls will only be viable if they ground share with City and there's no doubt Lawn & Rhodes run a good ship with the Bantams.
[quote][p][bold]billybobbull[/bold] wrote: I am sure Lawn and Rhodes are 'level headed guys' and have, but any interest they have is not for the Bulls, its for the City (not the city of Bradford) and need to use Valley Parade and produce economies of scale in administrative costs. In any case, moot point and a red herring intended to make us feel thankful that we have 'rugby' people in charge. In the end, the best people to take the Bulls forward in a big way, are people with big picture business minds, links and experience. Hopefully Mr Wilson will see that and make the right decision. I am not sure bed shops are BIG business. One thing however that did worry me last night, was Mr Lamb's comments on BCB re the business and creditors. He seemed to speak purely from a clinical business angle and that may mean they do not get paid. Business wise, that would definitely work long term, BUT does not fit with the 'community ethos?[/p][/quote]Couple of points from neutral (1) Beds are big business, everyone needs one. (2) I know it's been discussed many many many times. But Bulls will only be viable if they ground share with City and there's no doubt Lawn & Rhodes run a good ship with the Bantams. linebacker2
  • Score: 4

1:00pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

It will all end in tears.....again.
It will all end in tears.....again. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: -8

1:40pm Fri 21 Feb 14

BCFC1234 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It will all end in tears.....again.
You hope you tozzer
zorry every time i prezz the z button a z comes up
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It will all end in tears.....again.[/p][/quote]You hope you tozzer zorry every time i prezz the z button a z comes up BCFC1234
  • Score: 5

3:20pm Fri 21 Feb 14

northern pig says...

Who are the financial backers of the current board anybody out there know? Although they are obviously the best choice of all the bidders to run the club,To my knowledge none of them are"high rollers" There must be someone out there they are fronting for,as they will need finance to implement the said five tear plan!!!!!.,.
Who are the financial backers of the current board anybody out there know? Although they are obviously the best choice of all the bidders to run the club,To my knowledge none of them are"high rollers" There must be someone out there they are fronting for,as they will need finance to implement the said five tear plan!!!!!.,. northern pig
  • Score: 1

4:01pm Fri 21 Feb 14

AUGUST1964 says...

BCFC1234 wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote: It will all end in tears.....again.
You hope you tozzer zorry every time i prezz the z button a z comes up
Wishful thinking again on his part, he did at least try and pretend to be a supporter last weekend,but he couldn't pull that off properly, maybe he could if he tried a little harder.
[quote][p][bold]BCFC1234[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It will all end in tears.....again.[/p][/quote]You hope you tozzer zorry every time i prezz the z button a z comes up[/p][/quote]Wishful thinking again on his part, he did at least try and pretend to be a supporter last weekend,but he couldn't pull that off properly, maybe he could if he tried a little harder. AUGUST1964
  • Score: -1

4:34pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Storck says...

Videoref wrote:
spanglishbull.uk wrote:
If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.
I agree-not very professional approach is it?
So how should he announce things?

A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals?

Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter
[quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.[/p][/quote]I agree-not very professional approach is it?[/p][/quote]So how should he announce things? A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals? Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter Storck
  • Score: -3

4:40pm Fri 21 Feb 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

He should have kept his mouth shut until he had done the deal.Why on earth would he tweet "the bid is in"..Next he will be telling all and sundry how much he bid.Amateur .
He should have kept his mouth shut until he had done the deal.Why on earth would he tweet "the bid is in"..Next he will be telling all and sundry how much he bid.Amateur . spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 2

4:55pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Videoref says...

Storck wrote:
Videoref wrote:
spanglishbull.uk wrote:
If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.
I agree-not very professional approach is it?
So how should he announce things?

A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals?

Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter
Twitter is a source of obtaining exposure about oneself for egocentric morons.
Business people put a plan together and when there is something positive and concrete to report they issue a press statement. The clue is in the title 'Press statement' ie something that is stated or 'Twitter' a sound a birdbrain utters.
Need I say more?
[quote][p][bold]Storck[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.[/p][/quote]I agree-not very professional approach is it?[/p][/quote]So how should he announce things? A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals? Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter[/p][/quote]Twitter is a source of obtaining exposure about oneself for egocentric morons. Business people put a plan together and when there is something positive and concrete to report they issue a press statement. The clue is in the title 'Press statement' ie something that is stated or 'Twitter' a sound a birdbrain utters. Need I say more? Videoref
  • Score: 5

8:11pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Storck says...

Videoref wrote:
Storck wrote:
Videoref wrote:
spanglishbull.uk wrote:
If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.
I agree-not very professional approach is it?
So how should he announce things?

A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals?

Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter
Twitter is a source of obtaining exposure about oneself for egocentric morons.
Business people put a plan together and when there is something positive and concrete to report they issue a press statement. The clue is in the title 'Press statement' ie something that is stated or 'Twitter' a sound a birdbrain utters.
Need I say more?
So how should the press statement be given to the press?

Is email ok? Or is all electronic ways of communicating out of order?
[quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Storck[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: If the present Directors have been accepted I think that is the right decision.I have never thought any level headed sensible businessman would resort to using Twitter to announce personal business decisions.Does not seem very sensible to me.I also think he was never in a position to put in a sensible offer.He certainly was in no position to pay the creditors.I would have thought he had enough of his own to sort out first.[/p][/quote]I agree-not very professional approach is it?[/p][/quote]So how should he announce things? A press statement issued by hand writing it and then sending it out by pigeon? Or is that too up to date? maybe smoke signals? Twitter is just another way of announcing things. All major companies, and sports clubs, in the world announce things on Twitter[/p][/quote]Twitter is a source of obtaining exposure about oneself for egocentric morons. Business people put a plan together and when there is something positive and concrete to report they issue a press statement. The clue is in the title 'Press statement' ie something that is stated or 'Twitter' a sound a birdbrain utters. Need I say more?[/p][/quote]So how should the press statement be given to the press? Is email ok? Or is all electronic ways of communicating out of order? Storck
  • Score: -1

8:13pm Fri 21 Feb 14

Storck says...

People complain when deals are done behind closed doors and nothing is released to the fans and now people are complaining that too much information is being released.

Can not please some people
People complain when deals are done behind closed doors and nothing is released to the fans and now people are complaining that too much information is being released. Can not please some people Storck
  • Score: -1

9:28pm Sun 23 Feb 14

bradfordbronco says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It will all end in tears.....again.
That's what your're hoping for.

How sad that your happiness is dependant on a sports club failing, says a lot about you really.

Do you have personal goals? apart from downgrading others peoples interests and aspirations. I would really like to know what your current aspirations are. Now's your chance to show us your not a waste of space.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It will all end in tears.....again.[/p][/quote]That's what your're hoping for. How sad that your happiness is dependant on a sports club failing, says a lot about you really. Do you have personal goals? apart from downgrading others peoples interests and aspirations. I would really like to know what your current aspirations are. Now's your chance to show us your not a waste of space. bradfordbronco
  • Score: 1

9:41pm Mon 24 Feb 14

bradfordbronco says...

TVOR 24 hours later and you've proved you are a waste of space. Cant even rise to a simple challenge
TVOR 24 hours later and you've proved you are a waste of space. Cant even rise to a simple challenge bradfordbronco
  • Score: 0

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