Bradford Bulls reveal "constructive talks" have taken place following summit meeting (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)
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Bradford Bulls reveal "constructive talks" have taken place following summit meeting
The Bulls tonight announced that "constructive talks" had taken place as it was revealed that Ian Watt, Andrew Calvert and Mark Moore were back running the club.
RFL chief operating officer Ralph Rimmer today chaired a meeting at Odsal between Bulls owner Omar Khan and the party seeking to gain control of his shares, which comprises of Watt, Calvert and Moore.
The trio announced they were resigning as directors on Christmas Eve and walking away from the club altogether after failing to come to an agreement with Khan over his majority shareholding.
However, a statement this evening confirmed they remain in day-to-day charge of the club after talks aimed at finally brokering a change of ownership were described as positive.
The Bulls said in a brief statement: "Bradford Bulls are pleased to announce that constructive talks have taken place today, between all important stakeholders, under the chairmanship of the Rugby Football League.
"All parties concerned are working to maintain positive levels of progression, with a view to a final agreement being made over the club’s ownership in the near future.
"Ian Watt, Andrew Calvert and Mark Moore will now continue to direct the business and the club will make no further comment at this time."
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