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Rank Holiday Monday inquest begins at Bradford Bulls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: PUBLIC APOLOGY: Steve Ferres did not hold back in his damning assessment of the Bulls’ display against Wigan PUBLIC APOLOGY: Steve Ferres did not hold back in his damning assessment of the Bulls’ display against Wigan

Steve Ferres has vowed that “no stone will be left unturned” as the Bulls bid to stop the rot following their Easter Monday massacre at Wigan.

The club’s managing director says the abject 84-6 surrender was the worst display he had ever seen during his long career in the game.

Ferres paid tribute to fans for turning up in their numbers at the DW Stadium and supporting Francis Cummins’ side throughout a humiliating club-record loss.

But he warned that a remedy must be found quickly after seven straight Super League defeats which have left the club stuck on minus two points.

Ferres said: “I want to thank the supporters who gave up their Bank Holiday Monday, got caught up in traffic on the way over and never stopped getting behind the team during a tortuous 80 minutes.

“They were then subjected to the worst defensive display I have ever seen at Super League level.

“We will leave no stone unturned in trying to get to where we need to be.

“We’ve got to do a root-and-branch review of everything regarding the football department.

“We’re already doing that and it’s ongoing – but we’re aware that we’ve got to make things happen.”

With rookie forward Oliver Roberts sustaining a broken fibia at Wigan, the Bulls’ injury nightmare shows no sign of ending.

Ferres said the search for reinforcements was continuing to prove difficult due to the scarcity of players available.

He added: “You can rest assured that we have been trying to get players in, week after week.

“But players who have been on loan here have been taken back from us because of the Easter period and forthcoming Challenge Cup weekend. We’ve had no help there – in fact, it’s been a bit of a hindrance for us.

“The search for new players has not been for a long lack of trying and there have been a number of phone calls that will continue. But they have to be players who will improve the side and there are not a lot of those available.”

The Bulls’ appeal against their points penalty is expected to be heard late next week and Ferres said the effects of going into administration on January 31 were continuing to hamper the club’s survival bid.

Ferres said: “Everybody knows that we are playing catch-up because of what’s happened at this club.

“It’s even more difficult because of the points deduction and inheriting a squad that has been depleted because of other clubs taking our players.

“There is an unfairness about it that punishes the new company but I’ve never seen anybody throw himself into it like Marc Green has. He has shown a level of business acumen and professionalism in doing a number of things already that will benefit the club long-term.

“I know Monday’s defeat was a low point for the club, probably the lowest it has had for a long, long time. Therefore it needs not only Marc but everybody else to get behind the club more than ever now.”

Meanwhile, under-19s coach Richard Tunningley has been promoted as successor to Paul Medley as the Bulls’ head of youth.

He will continue to take charge of the under-19s until the end of the season.

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7:59am Wed 23 Apr 14

bully4us says...

Yet another day of childish name calling by the idiots on here today. Why not ignore them and stick to the story for once. Just a thought!
Yet another day of childish name calling by the idiots on here today. Why not ignore them and stick to the story for once. Just a thought! bully4us
  • Score: 18

8:06am Wed 23 Apr 14

bartsbull says...

All clubs we have loaned players from are taking there players back and who can blame them
It is not because of the easter schedule they would not have let those players
sign season long loans.
They want there players to progress they are not going to do that in a team that is playing like ours at the moment
Plus i also believe it is because we as a club are trying to get the points back and it puts more pressure on them to win
We have no chance of getting these players back lets look at players in the
lower div some of them are may want the chance to have a go Ainny ma be a good bet but COYB
All clubs we have loaned players from are taking there players back and who can blame them It is not because of the easter schedule they would not have let those players sign season long loans. They want there players to progress they are not going to do that in a team that is playing like ours at the moment Plus i also believe it is because we as a club are trying to get the points back and it puts more pressure on them to win We have no chance of getting these players back lets look at players in the lower div some of them are may want the chance to have a go Ainny ma be a good bet but COYB bartsbull
  • Score: 5

8:24am Wed 23 Apr 14

pjbull says...

One or two players of the quality likely to be available (or that we can afford) is unlikely to make enough of a difference. Getting a new coach in (possibly even two) might. I'd be more confident of getting out of our position with Brian Noble in charge and Karl Harrison as his number 2.
One or two players of the quality likely to be available (or that we can afford) is unlikely to make enough of a difference. Getting a new coach in (possibly even two) might. I'd be more confident of getting out of our position with Brian Noble in charge and Karl Harrison as his number 2. pjbull
  • Score: 5

8:42am Wed 23 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday?
Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday? Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 13

8:48am Wed 23 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Why would Karl come when he has a better team now ?Noble had endless money and look what happened at Salford.
The idiotic name calling from Spangles and whatever Viking is calling himself today does ruin genuine discussion and you should report them to have them removed.
This is just another non story from this guy instead of the usual robbie Paul. I think its time Green came out with a few hard facts about his long term plan you know the one like OK building super dome
Why would Karl come when he has a better team now ?Noble had endless money and look what happened at Salford. The idiotic name calling from Spangles and whatever Viking is calling himself today does ruin genuine discussion and you should report them to have them removed. This is just another non story from this guy instead of the usual robbie Paul. I think its time Green came out with a few hard facts about his long term plan you know the one like OK building super dome axelf1963
  • Score: -3

8:59am Wed 23 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

You are correct there TVOR, surely a couple of 3 or 4 's were warranted. Why is this guy calling for an inquest when they all scored 6 out of. 10 ? Ross should have got a 9 for all the typing he had to do when wigan were scoring.
You are correct there TVOR, surely a couple of 3 or 4 's were warranted. Why is this guy calling for an inquest when they all scored 6 out of. 10 ? Ross should have got a 9 for all the typing he had to do when wigan were scoring. axelf1963
  • Score: 5

9:06am Wed 23 Apr 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor.

They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans.

We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.
the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor. They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans. We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again. fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: 1

9:13am Wed 23 Apr 14

nosher says...

Danny bridge has now been taken back. Yet another forward gone ????
Danny bridge has now been taken back. Yet another forward gone ???? nosher
  • Score: 5

9:17am Wed 23 Apr 14

raisemeup says...

fedupwiththeBS wrote:
the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor.

They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans.

We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.
Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor. They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans. We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.[/p][/quote]Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action. raisemeup
  • Score: -1

9:27am Wed 23 Apr 14

Bull4Life says...

If you're a Bulls player right now, surely you could only be in one of two midsets...

Either 1) You BELIEVE that you and your team mates can conjure up the great escape, you roll your sleeves up and go out there and prove everybody wrong...

OR 2) You don't believe we can escape relegation, and that we will be in the Championship next season. In which case, in order to have a chance at still being a Super League player yourself, you need to go out there and show the other SL teams what you have to offer, in the hopes one of them may take a punt on you next season.

Either way our players should be motivated enough to go out there and give it their all. Instead what we appear to be seeing is a bunch of players that not only don't believe they can stay in SL, but that aren't really bothered about being in it either!

Some backsides need a serious kicking, I know we have a thin squad but on paper those players are better than what they are showing, their hearts and minds just simply arent in it - at least thats how it appears from the terraces.

Come on bulls, sort it out.
If you're a Bulls player right now, surely you could only be in one of two midsets... Either 1) You BELIEVE that you and your team mates can conjure up the great escape, you roll your sleeves up and go out there and prove everybody wrong... OR 2) You don't believe we can escape relegation, and that we will be in the Championship next season. In which case, in order to have a chance at still being a Super League player yourself, you need to go out there and show the other SL teams what you have to offer, in the hopes one of them may take a punt on you next season. Either way our players should be motivated enough to go out there and give it their all. Instead what we appear to be seeing is a bunch of players that not only don't believe they can stay in SL, but that aren't really bothered about being in it either! Some backsides need a serious kicking, I know we have a thin squad but on paper those players are better than what they are showing, their hearts and minds just simply arent in it - at least thats how it appears from the terraces. Come on bulls, sort it out. Bull4Life
  • Score: 26

9:28am Wed 23 Apr 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Please tell me where I have called anybody names.I call Axel or whatever he chooses to call himself today an imbecile.That is not name calling,it is fact.Instead of asking other people to report me imbecile,you do it.
Please tell me where I have called anybody names.I call Axel or whatever he chooses to call himself today an imbecile.That is not name calling,it is fact.Instead of asking other people to report me imbecile,you do it. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 0

9:28am Wed 23 Apr 14

Bull4Life says...

mindsets*
mindsets* Bull4Life
  • Score: 3

9:42am Wed 23 Apr 14

blue marlin says...

axelf1963 wrote:
You are correct there TVOR, surely a couple of 3 or 4 's were warranted. Why is this guy calling for an inquest when they all scored 6 out of. 10 ? Ross should have got a 9 for all the typing he had to do when wigan were scoring.
will stand corrected but it very rare for players to get less that 5 or 6 like wise you dont see many getting 10 out of ten.
[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: You are correct there TVOR, surely a couple of 3 or 4 's were warranted. Why is this guy calling for an inquest when they all scored 6 out of. 10 ? Ross should have got a 9 for all the typing he had to do when wigan were scoring.[/p][/quote]will stand corrected but it very rare for players to get less that 5 or 6 like wise you dont see many getting 10 out of ten. blue marlin
  • Score: 2

9:59am Wed 23 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

raisemeup wrote:
fedupwiththeBS wrote: the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor. They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans. We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.
Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action.
If Bulls weren't put into Admin they would have been liquidated by HMRC and therefore ceased to exist, so to blame Green is a rediculous comment. He didn't run up the debts that took the club to the brink of exstinction.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor. They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans. We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.[/p][/quote]Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action.[/p][/quote]If Bulls weren't put into Admin they would have been liquidated by HMRC and therefore ceased to exist, so to blame Green is a rediculous comment. He didn't run up the debts that took the club to the brink of exstinction. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 8

10:06am Wed 23 Apr 14

bullybullman says...

Marc Green`s appeal will make relations with other clubs even worse .! what is the point in all this to get back 2 points at best. We were once admired by the rest of super league we are now despised. Take the punishment on the chin stop bleating & get on with making our squad of drama queen misfits play for their wages.

We have some players in our squad that are good quality players capable of winning games but for some reason they choose not to play to their full potential which spins round again to the poor inept coaching & the general lack of discipline at the club.

The is no sounder footing at a club that the supporters turning up & paying their money & many are no totally fed up with the bullsh*t that comes out of this club & the poor performances.

The players have still got the mindset that there are doing us all a favour Marc Green has got to realise fast the last remaining asset at this club are us supporters lose those lose all.
Route to branch investigation not required we know whats wrong a coach that cant control the squad & a squad that doesn’t want to play simple.
It the lack of ability to do anything about this we cant drop players because we have no other player in the squad to rotate we cant sack the coach because A – We cant afford to pay him off B – Who else will we get.

So the simple fact is we will stay as we are a poor side that will limp along until we get relegated at the end of the season. Its people like us that will hopefully continue to pay our money & keep going .
Marc Green`s appeal will make relations with other clubs even worse .! what is the point in all this to get back 2 points at best. We were once admired by the rest of super league we are now despised. Take the punishment on the chin stop bleating & get on with making our squad of drama queen misfits play for their wages. We have some players in our squad that are good quality players capable of winning games but for some reason they choose not to play to their full potential which spins round again to the poor inept coaching & the general lack of discipline at the club. The is no sounder footing at a club that the supporters turning up & paying their money & many are no totally fed up with the bullsh*t that comes out of this club & the poor performances. The players have still got the mindset that there are doing us all a favour Marc Green has got to realise fast the last remaining asset at this club are us supporters lose those lose all. Route to branch investigation not required we know whats wrong a coach that cant control the squad & a squad that doesn’t want to play simple. It the lack of ability to do anything about this we cant drop players because we have no other player in the squad to rotate we cant sack the coach because A – We cant afford to pay him off B – Who else will we get. So the simple fact is we will stay as we are a poor side that will limp along until we get relegated at the end of the season. Its people like us that will hopefully continue to pay our money & keep going . bullybullman
  • Score: 6

10:14am Wed 23 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Pretty sure calling someone an imbecile is in fact name calling.
Pretty sure calling someone an imbecile is in fact name calling. axelf1963
  • Score: -3

10:24am Wed 23 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Not sure if the title is a typo but Rank Holiday Monday made me laugh. The team were just that, rank.
Not sure if the title is a typo but Rank Holiday Monday made me laugh. The team were just that, rank. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 5

10:34am Wed 23 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Not to some on here TVOR they can't see beyond the end of their nose and think everything is rosy
Not to some on here TVOR they can't see beyond the end of their nose and think everything is rosy axelf1963
  • Score: -4

10:58am Wed 23 Apr 14

bully4us says...

Now you are arguing about who is and what is "name calling".
Is that the playtime bell I hear ringing? Oh no, it can't be as you are all on holiday. Sorry, my mistake.
Now you are arguing about who is and what is "name calling". Is that the playtime bell I hear ringing? Oh no, it can't be as you are all on holiday. Sorry, my mistake. bully4us
  • Score: -1

11:13am Wed 23 Apr 14

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday?
Not much else to comment on TV? That is not at all relative to anything is it?
Asinine is my response to that!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday?[/p][/quote]Not much else to comment on TV? That is not at all relative to anything is it? Asinine is my response to that! raisemeup
  • Score: -5

11:29am Wed 23 Apr 14

raisemeup says...

The Wigan debacle could be the worst and best result at the same time!
The worst because of the lack of purpose and commitment by a team who gave the most unprofessional performance ever seen by the Bulls faithful.
but the best result is that the new owners and staff have shown us, the supporters, that they will not accept the situation as is. They will not continue with the excuses of the past to somehow say, "never mind things will get better"? They won't get better if we don't attempt to do something about it, and PDQ. It seems the boil has come to a head, and it's been lanced we hope?
The Wigan debacle could be the worst and best result at the same time! The worst because of the lack of purpose and commitment by a team who gave the most unprofessional performance ever seen by the Bulls faithful. but the best result is that the new owners and staff have shown us, the supporters, that they will not accept the situation as is. They will not continue with the excuses of the past to somehow say, "never mind things will get better"? They won't get better if we don't attempt to do something about it, and PDQ. It seems the boil has come to a head, and it's been lanced we hope? raisemeup
  • Score: 7

11:51am Wed 23 Apr 14

StevieLad says...

I wouldn't get too excited it is David Cameron's favourite trick. Anything goes wrong, you state that you have "ordered a full root-and-branch investigation". That way you're both distancing yourself from the problem and sounding off about how you're sorting it. Both of which divert and placate the seething, baying masses.

Fair play it's a good strategy but talk's cheap and we need players desperately. When they actually start coming in let's get excited but as it stands there's nothing tangible to cheer about.
I wouldn't get too excited it is David Cameron's favourite trick. Anything goes wrong, you state that you have "ordered a full root-and-branch investigation". That way you're both distancing yourself from the problem and sounding off about how you're sorting it. Both of which divert and placate the seething, baying masses. Fair play it's a good strategy but talk's cheap and we need players desperately. When they actually start coming in let's get excited but as it stands there's nothing tangible to cheer about. StevieLad
  • Score: 3

12:07pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

What time is the OK Bulls creditors meeting today?
What time is the OK Bulls creditors meeting today? Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 1

12:10pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Mike Strutter says...

A bit presumptious that getting any points back will stave off relegation.

The Bulls could get the full 6 given back and odds are they would still get relegated.
A bit presumptious that getting any points back will stave off relegation. The Bulls could get the full 6 given back and odds are they would still get relegated. Mike Strutter
  • Score: -5

5:54pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Out of site says...

Going out if business is the best thing that can happen to this lot,how embarrassing was that rout,build a mosque on the tip
Going out if business is the best thing that can happen to this lot,how embarrassing was that rout,build a mosque on the tip Out of site
  • Score: -1

7:30pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Leagueman says...

Ferres says we only want players who will improve the side. I understand his meaning but at present even some lower grade players would improve them, we just want bodies on the field to cover the shortfall due to injuries and lost players.
It Isn't fair to put 18 year old lads out. They're out of their depth.
I feel we are relying on the appeal to get back in contention but the team still isn't good enough to carry us through. I don't want to single players out for criticism but it is weird how players who have played NRL first grade suddenly become inept. That also applies to other players currently in the team. The best performer for me was Mullally, he gave his best every game before he went back. Bridge has served well but you can't blame club's taking their players back if needed especially when they are getting beaten every game it's probably a relief for Danny as well.
All we can do is wait to see what the new management team can and will do about the problems we face. Whatever happens it needs to be soon or we are finished and don't have much of a future as a big respected organisation who have contributed so much to Super League over the years.
Ferres says we only want players who will improve the side. I understand his meaning but at present even some lower grade players would improve them, we just want bodies on the field to cover the shortfall due to injuries and lost players. It Isn't fair to put 18 year old lads out. They're out of their depth. I feel we are relying on the appeal to get back in contention but the team still isn't good enough to carry us through. I don't want to single players out for criticism but it is weird how players who have played NRL first grade suddenly become inept. That also applies to other players currently in the team. The best performer for me was Mullally, he gave his best every game before he went back. Bridge has served well but you can't blame club's taking their players back if needed especially when they are getting beaten every game it's probably a relief for Danny as well. All we can do is wait to see what the new management team can and will do about the problems we face. Whatever happens it needs to be soon or we are finished and don't have much of a future as a big respected organisation who have contributed so much to Super League over the years. Leagueman
  • Score: 3

7:32pm Wed 23 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Just seen the green interview and he comes across as arrogant and would suggest he is way out of his depth.
Catalan to win at a canter .
Just seen the green interview and he comes across as arrogant and would suggest he is way out of his depth. Catalan to win at a canter . axelf1963
  • Score: 2

8:20pm Wed 23 Apr 14

colgre says...

axelf1963 wrote:
Pretty sure calling someone an imbecile is in fact name calling.
yes.....but if the cap fits etc....
[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Pretty sure calling someone an imbecile is in fact name calling.[/p][/quote]yes.....but if the cap fits etc.... colgre
  • Score: 0

8:30pm Wed 23 Apr 14

blue marlin says...

People posting keep saying about the youngsters but from the team Wigan there were a good number of non first choice players on show for them,one of the big questions going forward is how do wigan saints and leeds do it but we can't?
People posting keep saying about the youngsters but from the team Wigan there were a good number of non first choice players on show for them,one of the big questions going forward is how do wigan saints and leeds do it but we can't? blue marlin
  • Score: 4

8:58pm Wed 23 Apr 14

BierleyBoy says...

raisemeup wrote:
fedupwiththeBS wrote:
the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor.

They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans.

We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.
Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action.
Good grief. OK Bulls was facing a winding up petition from HMRC for £170k. In order to protect his debenture, Marc Green placed OK Bulls into administration. He was the preferential creditor and took control of the business as settlement of his debt. This is a matter of record, as stated by Green himself.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: the reason we have a points deduction is because Green put the club into administration in the first place, so to try and blame that is pretty poor. They should have had players lined up to bring in on the back of getting the club; it shows that this is just a business exercise for Green and he has no passion for the Club, team or fans. We have crossed the Rubicon this weekend and there is no way back from this. Next season's big easter derby will be against Dewsbury and if we are lucky they will not beat us again.[/p][/quote]Disgraceful comment. You, nor I know all the reasons behind the administration. As the RFL were involved all the time who can say what went on behind closed doors. The only thing we can do is to carry on backing the Club until things become clearer. It is obvious we cannot carry on with things the way they are - lets hope for some positive remedial action.[/p][/quote]Good grief. OK Bulls was facing a winding up petition from HMRC for £170k. In order to protect his debenture, Marc Green placed OK Bulls into administration. He was the preferential creditor and took control of the business as settlement of his debt. This is a matter of record, as stated by Green himself. BierleyBoy
  • Score: 1

2:05am Thu 24 Apr 14

Arhmen Noleg says...

raisemeup wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday?
Not much else to comment on TV? That is not at all relative to anything is it?
Asinine is my response to that!
Brian will be on TV soon Brian.
Dont you just love him
A real Family Guy.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Why did the T&A give the lowest player score as a 6 on Monday?[/p][/quote]Not much else to comment on TV? That is not at all relative to anything is it? Asinine is my response to that![/p][/quote]Brian will be on TV soon Brian. Dont you just love him A real Family Guy. Arhmen Noleg
  • Score: 0

7:25am Thu 24 Apr 14

bradfordbronco says...

blue marlin wrote:
People posting keep saying about the youngsters but from the team Wigan there were a good number of non first choice players on show for them,one of the big questions going forward is how do wigan saints and leeds do it but we can't?
Better coaching throughout the whole organisation
[quote][p][bold]blue marlin[/bold] wrote: People posting keep saying about the youngsters but from the team Wigan there were a good number of non first choice players on show for them,one of the big questions going forward is how do wigan saints and leeds do it but we can't?[/p][/quote]Better coaching throughout the whole organisation bradfordbronco
  • Score: 2

7:39pm Thu 24 Apr 14

BierleyBoy says...

How about the club gives every fan that made the trip to Wigan a free ticket to the Catalans cup tie?

Must be looking at a crowd of 3000 if they are luck for this one. A tenner for everyone else might be an idea. Can't see me & my other half stumping up £40+ to see what is going to be another heavy defeat.
How about the club gives every fan that made the trip to Wigan a free ticket to the Catalans cup tie? Must be looking at a crowd of 3000 if they are luck for this one. A tenner for everyone else might be an idea. Can't see me & my other half stumping up £40+ to see what is going to be another heavy defeat. BierleyBoy
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