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Bulls will need radical thinking
The disturbing news that the Bradford Bulls’ financial situation is much worse than was originally feared will come as a blow to all who support the club.
Fans will be bitterly disappointed after all the efforts that have been put in thus far to find that the goalposts appear to have been moved.
We have to hope that the £500,000 investment that is mooted comes to fruition.
The club will also need to find other people to invest and there is only a certain amount of finance that it can expect the supporters to find.
We wish the new team who are now running the Bulls every success: it is inconceivable after all its triumphs and glories in recent years that the city could be without its prestigious Super League club.
But the board will need to be completely open and transparent with the fans if they want any more support in fund-raising and there may have to be some very radical thinking about where the Bulls go now.
The idea of a ground share with Bradford City, for example, seems to be taking on an air of inevitability.
What is clear, though, is that every effort now has to be made to stop the club going into administration.