Bradford Bulls prop Garreth Carvell set for shock return to Hull FC

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Bulls entering administration last Friday seems to have been the tipping point for Garreth Carvell, who is set to return to East Yorkshire The Bulls entering administration last Friday seems to have been the tipping point for Garreth Carvell, who is set to return to East Yorkshire

Bulls prop Garreth Carvell is believed to be on the verge of a dramatic return to Hull FC.

The 32-year-old was signed by the Bulls on a two-year contract after a successful five-year spell at Warrington.

But he could now become reunited with Hull coach Lee Radford, his former Black and Whites team-mate, at the club where he made his Super League name.

Although Bulls chairman Mark Moore said in a statement on Saturday that Francis Cummins’ squad had been “ring-fenced”, it is understood that Carvell has made clear his desire to leave after OK Bulls Ltd was placed into administration last Friday.

The Bulls said that “all players, employees and assets have been transferred to the new company”, namely Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd, which was registered with Companies House last November.

Bulls officials will meet with the RFL tomorrow as they seek ratification of the change of ownership and transferral of the club’s RFL membership and Super League licence.

Hull said in a statement this morning: "Hull FC have confirmed that they're monitoring the on-going contract situation of former forward Garreth Carvell.

"The club have been made aware of Carvell's availability and could look to formalise a deal for the Challenge Cup winner in the near future once his situation has been clarified.

"Carvell made 164 appearances for Hull FC between 2001 and 2008, including two Challenge Cup Final appearances and a Grand Final, before joining the Wolves.

"The club will make no further comment at this stage."

The loss of Carvell would be a major blow to Cummins and his small squad.

Carvell has made just one appearance for the club, ironically against Hull in the Bulls’ opening friendly on January 19, and was not selected against Castleford last weekend.

Neither the player nor his agent, Andy Clarke, were available for comment last night but Robbie Hunter-Paul said the transfer market was “constantly moving”.

The Bulls chief executive said: “We said publicly last weekend that we wished to ring-fence our players and keep the squad intact.

“But the market is constantly moving and it is an ever-changing environment.”

It remains to be seen whether Carvell will remain a part of the Bulls’ squad or whether he would be allowed to leave for a fee.

Ex-Bradford forward Radford is light on props at the KC Stadium, with Liam Watts and Chris Green almost certain to miss the start of the season with shin and ankle injuries respectively.

Hull forward Jay Pitts has been linked with a move to Bradford as part of a possible swap deal that could smooth the way for Carvell’s departure.

Leeds-born Carvell spoke recently of his desire to move into coaching at the Bulls, with the long-term aim of becoming a coach after he retires.

Speaking at the Bulls’ pre-season media day on January 20, he also said he had no intention of leaving the club.

Carvell said: “No player wants to leave and, even if they did, it's so late in the day that clubs have more or less got their squads and they've spent up to the cap.

“All the turmoil that is going on seems to have galvanised everybody, which is another reason no one wants to leave. You don't want to let your mates down.

“I’ve signed here for two years but I want to be playing for another three or four.

“I chose Bradford because I wanted to come here and help the club develop.

“I felt the Bulls were in a building phase and I’d like to go into coaching when I finish playing.

“I thought this was a great place to get involved with the Academy as a player and then hopefully have a career in coaching afterwards.

“I’ll just take in what I can from Franny and try to get involved with the 16s and 19s here at Bradford.”

 

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7:55am Thu 6 Feb 14

nosher says...

What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst
What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst nosher
  • Score: -9

8:01am Thu 6 Feb 14

Bring Cordle back......... says...

Well no smoke without fire! I totally understand players careers are short but why do they feel the need to offer false hope to fans with grand statements one minute then jump ship at the first opportunity? For me say nothing or have some integrity and be a man of your word, simple!!!
Well no smoke without fire! I totally understand players careers are short but why do they feel the need to offer false hope to fans with grand statements one minute then jump ship at the first opportunity? For me say nothing or have some integrity and be a man of your word, simple!!! Bring Cordle back.........
  • Score: 5

8:07am Thu 6 Feb 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

nosher wrote:
What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst
If you were brought into a job built on lies, then found since you joined the company that it laid off its staff, failed to pay people on time, ended up in administration, etc, wouldn't you have servere reservations?
Carvell is coming to the end of his career and like anyone can do without the circus the bulls have become.
Lets remember Carvell was announced in June/July. Alot has happened since then.
I'd also ask Moore what his definition of ringfenced is.
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst[/p][/quote]If you were brought into a job built on lies, then found since you joined the company that it laid off its staff, failed to pay people on time, ended up in administration, etc, wouldn't you have servere reservations? Carvell is coming to the end of his career and like anyone can do without the circus the bulls have become. Lets remember Carvell was announced in June/July. Alot has happened since then. I'd also ask Moore what his definition of ringfenced is. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 9

8:08am Thu 6 Feb 14

-HCK3R- says...

If he wants to go let him go .......he did the same at Hull the last time he was there when he signed a 3 year deal gave a statement about how happy he was at he club and wanted to be there long term then changed his mind 24 hours later and went to Warrington........
If he wants to go let him go .......he did the same at Hull the last time he was there when he signed a 3 year deal gave a statement about how happy he was at he club and wanted to be there long term then changed his mind 24 hours later and went to Warrington........ -HCK3R-
  • Score: -2

8:14am Thu 6 Feb 14

rogerthat! says...

nosher wrote:
What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst
You cannot believe a word that comes from Bulls Officials.
Hear that Sammut and Gale next to jump ship. This is allowed under TUPE employment regulations when ownership is transferred to another Company, Bradford Bulls 2014. Players are also being asked to take a pay cut? This is why they played so badly and explains the none appearance of Sammut, Gale and Carvell. Can we have the TRUTH Please . Robbie stop spinning!!!,
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst[/p][/quote]You cannot believe a word that comes from Bulls Officials. Hear that Sammut and Gale next to jump ship. This is allowed under TUPE employment regulations when ownership is transferred to another Company, Bradford Bulls 2014. Players are also being asked to take a pay cut? This is why they played so badly and explains the none appearance of Sammut, Gale and Carvell. Can we have the TRUTH Please . Robbie stop spinning!!!, rogerthat!
  • Score: 16

8:27am Thu 6 Feb 14

bullsone03 says...

Hope he stays but think it will be confirmed this afternoon because we need the money to pay creditors so we can hopefully escape a points deduction and if we get jay Pitts it won't be bad he is a good player and with a bit of pace and the ability to off load the ball so this prove to be a good move
Hope he stays but think it will be confirmed this afternoon because we need the money to pay creditors so we can hopefully escape a points deduction and if we get jay Pitts it won't be bad he is a good player and with a bit of pace and the ability to off load the ball so this prove to be a good move bullsone03
  • Score: 6

8:34am Thu 6 Feb 14

otleybull says...

Can't blame them really, if my wages weren't guaranteed every month I'd be looking else where to, especially if I had a young family like a lot of the players. Long gone are the days of bull power I'm afraid, league 1 and re building maybe the answer.
Can't blame them really, if my wages weren't guaranteed every month I'd be looking else where to, especially if I had a young family like a lot of the players. Long gone are the days of bull power I'm afraid, league 1 and re building maybe the answer. otleybull
  • Score: 6

8:35am Thu 6 Feb 14

NG1972 says...

Another sad day as a Bradford Bulls supporter. It is a sad affair and to be totally honest what I saw on Sunday there is nothing to be happy about we are going to be fighting for relegation. I cant believe that 10 days prior to our season starting we are still in turmoil. Can we have some truths please because its quite obvious there is a lot of upset in the camp and I can guarantee you there is upset in the terraces. I heard yesterday that only 3000 season tickets have been purchased for this season. How do the board expect people to commit to the Bulls when we get a mauling by an average team in Cas and there are players that allegedly are wanting to leave. Oh dear great start to the season Its going to be a long one if there is going to be one... All I can say is I feel totally sorry for Franny cause all he has had since he took over as coach is heartache.
Another sad day as a Bradford Bulls supporter. It is a sad affair and to be totally honest what I saw on Sunday there is nothing to be happy about we are going to be fighting for relegation. I cant believe that 10 days prior to our season starting we are still in turmoil. Can we have some truths please because its quite obvious there is a lot of upset in the camp and I can guarantee you there is upset in the terraces. I heard yesterday that only 3000 season tickets have been purchased for this season. How do the board expect people to commit to the Bulls when we get a mauling by an average team in Cas and there are players that allegedly are wanting to leave. Oh dear great start to the season Its going to be a long one if there is going to be one... All I can say is I feel totally sorry for Franny cause all he has had since he took over as coach is heartache. NG1972
  • Score: 3

8:49am Thu 6 Feb 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

-HCK3R- wrote:
If he wants to go let him go .......he did the same at Hull the last time he was there when he signed a 3 year deal gave a statement about how happy he was at he club and wanted to be there long term then changed his mind 24 hours later and went to Warrington........
Yeah the Bulls are in no way at fault for any of this, lets roast the player and make him the scapegoat in all this.
[quote][p][bold]-HCK3R-[/bold] wrote: If he wants to go let him go .......he did the same at Hull the last time he was there when he signed a 3 year deal gave a statement about how happy he was at he club and wanted to be there long term then changed his mind 24 hours later and went to Warrington........[/p][/quote]Yeah the Bulls are in no way at fault for any of this, lets roast the player and make him the scapegoat in all this. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 3

9:14am Thu 6 Feb 14

Van Bellen's Baby says...

nosher wrote:
What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst
Come on Nosher, who in this life doesn't say things in the spotlight and then wonder later if they still feel the same way? He has been sold this gig on the promise that he can develop a coaching career in parallel. If the club looks shakey (for the second time in a year) then who can blame him, or any other player for that matter, if they get the chance of a change at this late stage. I feel sorry for Sammut and Kear who face their third administration in as many years.
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst[/p][/quote]Come on Nosher, who in this life doesn't say things in the spotlight and then wonder later if they still feel the same way? He has been sold this gig on the promise that he can develop a coaching career in parallel. If the club looks shakey (for the second time in a year) then who can blame him, or any other player for that matter, if they get the chance of a change at this late stage. I feel sorry for Sammut and Kear who face their third administration in as many years. Van Bellen's Baby
  • Score: 5

9:32am Thu 6 Feb 14

Lythambull says...

At the end of the day this situation is not of Carvells making, and if he's found a deal at a more solvent club, as is his right, then fair play. If Pitts is coming the other way that softens the blow somewhat but honestly if you were to offer me twelfth place today I'd tear your arm off.
I for one will be doing my bit by getting to as many home games as poss and paying on the gate. It might not be the best show in town, but it's the one I love the most.
Best of luck to GC, he came off as a decent, normal working class lad when I met him, and more importantly, COME ON YOU BULLS!!!!
At the end of the day this situation is not of Carvells making, and if he's found a deal at a more solvent club, as is his right, then fair play. If Pitts is coming the other way that softens the blow somewhat but honestly if you were to offer me twelfth place today I'd tear your arm off. I for one will be doing my bit by getting to as many home games as poss and paying on the gate. It might not be the best show in town, but it's the one I love the most. Best of luck to GC, he came off as a decent, normal working class lad when I met him, and more importantly, COME ON YOU BULLS!!!! Lythambull
  • Score: 3

9:46am Thu 6 Feb 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

see the usual vile comments have started to appear about players on here, at times it is embarrassing being a Bulls fan!

Carvell and the rest of the team have every right to leave the Club under the TUPE law (as was Kopczak). Players were again asked to take a 20% pay cut and told that salaries were not guaranteed so who in their right mind would stay if they were offered an out?

It would seem that despite Moore's spin backed up by Hunter Paul, that the first team is ring fenced shows that this Board have not changed and are the same as the last shower.

They need to s**t or get off the pot and let the RFL bring in the other consortium that are waiting in the wings who are better placed to take this Club forward and restore it to its rightful place in SL.
see the usual vile comments have started to appear about players on here, at times it is embarrassing being a Bulls fan! Carvell and the rest of the team have every right to leave the Club under the TUPE law (as was Kopczak). Players were again asked to take a 20% pay cut and told that salaries were not guaranteed so who in their right mind would stay if they were offered an out? It would seem that despite Moore's spin backed up by Hunter Paul, that the first team is ring fenced shows that this Board have not changed and are the same as the last shower. They need to s**t or get off the pot and let the RFL bring in the other consortium that are waiting in the wings who are better placed to take this Club forward and restore it to its rightful place in SL. fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: 4

10:05am Thu 6 Feb 14

Bowlingboy says...

is there really another consortium though?
Money talks I am afraid in Super League
and I am afraid Omar and the current owners didn't and don't have enough of it.
The RFL's vetting process must be an absolute joke.
is there really another consortium though? Money talks I am afraid in Super League and I am afraid Omar and the current owners didn't and don't have enough of it. The RFL's vetting process must be an absolute joke. Bowlingboy
  • Score: -1

10:07am Thu 6 Feb 14

Bfd-til-i-die says...

Being a Bulls supporter is HARD don't really know who to blame but feel sorry for all those who have tried, players, coaches and staff. Maybe RFL should have been stronger in the first place as much as I love my club it's been heart breaking for the true supporters . Hope it doesn't happen to other clubs but fear it might
Being a Bulls supporter is HARD don't really know who to blame but feel sorry for all those who have tried, players, coaches and staff. Maybe RFL should have been stronger in the first place as much as I love my club it's been heart breaking for the true supporters . Hope it doesn't happen to other clubs but fear it might Bfd-til-i-die
  • Score: 3

10:15am Thu 6 Feb 14

Bone_idle18 says...

I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player.
I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player. Bone_idle18
  • Score: 2

10:18am Thu 6 Feb 14

Bacon Bantam says...

Bone_idle18 wrote:
I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player.
I'm sure they can pay him £20k a year, the suddenly find a job for his wife as part of the admin staff for £100k a year to get round such events.
[quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player.[/p][/quote]I'm sure they can pay him £20k a year, the suddenly find a job for his wife as part of the admin staff for £100k a year to get round such events. Bacon Bantam
  • Score: 3

10:44am Thu 6 Feb 14

Videoref says...

The whole set up has become an absolute farce. Carvell has a living to make as we all do-sadly I don't think he will be the last one out. Him going explains the feeling in the squad and why there were so many absentees on Sunday. It also explains a lot about the effort on Sunday and the mindset.
These are very sad days for our club and although I am usually a positve person I csn see nothing positive at all coming out of Odsal any more
Has Luke George even brought his boots? Talk about Peter Brady! Our days are numbered I feel unfortunately-60 years following them has come to this-gutted
The whole set up has become an absolute farce. Carvell has a living to make as we all do-sadly I don't think he will be the last one out. Him going explains the feeling in the squad and why there were so many absentees on Sunday. It also explains a lot about the effort on Sunday and the mindset. These are very sad days for our club and although I am usually a positve person I csn see nothing positive at all coming out of Odsal any more Has Luke George even brought his boots? Talk about Peter Brady! Our days are numbered I feel unfortunately-60 years following them has come to this-gutted Videoref
  • Score: 6

11:02am Thu 6 Feb 14

Videoref says...

By the way, what was the 'sickness bug' that Franny said went through the camp? Whole squad sick of the c**p-as I am?
By the way, what was the 'sickness bug' that Franny said went through the camp? Whole squad sick of the c**p-as I am? Videoref
  • Score: 5

11:08am Thu 6 Feb 14

Ralphie says...

If there is no other way I wonder why the Bulls do nt consider a similar deal to the Broncos.
The Bulls move to VP. They keep all income from season tickets, TV money, cup money and sponsorship. City get catering income, money from away fans, merchandise sales and hospitality. City back the bulls in terms of cash flow for the first season in terms of cash flow to stop administration problems.
City take over all admin using their existing staff.
The Bulls would then only be responsible for players and coaching staff wages and playing costs.
My understanding is that the new Sky deal effectively covers the salary cap so even the bulls could operate on that basis. Sign a 3 year deal with the intention of movng to a landlord/tenant relationship and leave the RFL with a hole in the ground at Odsal. City get another 12 -14 match days pls other benefits.
If there is no other way I wonder why the Bulls do nt consider a similar deal to the Broncos. The Bulls move to VP. They keep all income from season tickets, TV money, cup money and sponsorship. City get catering income, money from away fans, merchandise sales and hospitality. City back the bulls in terms of cash flow for the first season in terms of cash flow to stop administration problems. City take over all admin using their existing staff. The Bulls would then only be responsible for players and coaching staff wages and playing costs. My understanding is that the new Sky deal effectively covers the salary cap so even the bulls could operate on that basis. Sign a 3 year deal with the intention of movng to a landlord/tenant relationship and leave the RFL with a hole in the ground at Odsal. City get another 12 -14 match days pls other benefits. Ralphie
  • Score: 6

11:10am Thu 6 Feb 14

THEMANOFSTEEL says...

Think its time to follow a new club This board of directors are a joke
Me and my fiancé have been season tickets every year to date apart from this year
This club are going to be on its arse come 2015. They will be relegated this season for sure. Give Fev or Fax or who ever else a chance
I love the Bulls but this change has put me off. Cant wait for the not a true support rants but we have had enough
Signing players then they leave. Winterstein didn't want to chance it and now Carvell isn't either. if I were a Bulls player at this moment in time I would be looking for another club and hope there is space under the salary caps.
If Carvell goes and a replacement prop isn't signed I will not be attending another game under this board.
The have miss lead the fans long enough.
Unless a Koukash comes in and invests im sorry to say but its game over for this club. Its not fair to the players
Think its time to follow a new club This board of directors are a joke Me and my fiancé have been season tickets every year to date apart from this year This club are going to be on its arse come 2015. They will be relegated this season for sure. Give Fev or Fax or who ever else a chance I love the Bulls but this change has put me off. Cant wait for the not a true support rants but we have had enough Signing players then they leave. Winterstein didn't want to chance it and now Carvell isn't either. if I were a Bulls player at this moment in time I would be looking for another club and hope there is space under the salary caps. If Carvell goes and a replacement prop isn't signed I will not be attending another game under this board. The have miss lead the fans long enough. Unless a Koukash comes in and invests im sorry to say but its game over for this club. Its not fair to the players THEMANOFSTEEL
  • Score: 2

11:34am Thu 6 Feb 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

Hearing that there has been another round of Staff redundancies at the Club this morning!

is this the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning?
Hearing that there has been another round of Staff redundancies at the Club this morning! is this the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: 3

11:37am Thu 6 Feb 14

bully4us says...

If he wants out then that is that. I would take Pitts and then bring in the prop from Wire for another season.
I was starting to feel a little more confident but I also feel they the bulls are still very, very close to extinction. We could be relegated this year if we even survive and we couldn't run such a big club / ground in the lower division.
I think it is now time for everyone to seriously think about sharing a ground and downsizing our running costs. We can’t carry on checking the back of the sofa looking for every penny we can find. I do understand why lifelong supporters are now saying they have just about had enough.
Didn’t the new chairman say they were being more transparent and nobody would be leaving? Why didn’t he be honest and says something like “he will try to stop anyone leaving but one or two may still go”. Is that too simple or what? He has now come over in his first week as a liar.
If he wants out then that is that. I would take Pitts and then bring in the prop from Wire for another season. I was starting to feel a little more confident but I also feel they the bulls are still very, very close to extinction. We could be relegated this year if we even survive and we couldn't run such a big club / ground in the lower division. I think it is now time for everyone to seriously think about sharing a ground and downsizing our running costs. We can’t carry on checking the back of the sofa looking for every penny we can find. I do understand why lifelong supporters are now saying they have just about had enough. Didn’t the new chairman say they were being more transparent and nobody would be leaving? Why didn’t he be honest and says something like “he will try to stop anyone leaving but one or two may still go”. Is that too simple or what? He has now come over in his first week as a liar. bully4us
  • Score: 2

1:18pm Thu 6 Feb 14

Bone_idle18 says...

Bacon Bantam wrote:
Bone_idle18 wrote:
I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player.
I'm sure they can pay him £20k a year, the suddenly find a job for his wife as part of the admin staff for £100k a year to get round such events.
Ah, you mean the Leeds salary cap model! :)
[quote][p][bold]Bacon Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bone_idle18[/bold] wrote: I'm surprised Hull have room under their salary cap for such a high profile player.[/p][/quote]I'm sure they can pay him £20k a year, the suddenly find a job for his wife as part of the admin staff for £100k a year to get round such events.[/p][/quote]Ah, you mean the Leeds salary cap model! :) Bone_idle18
  • Score: -1

2:27pm Thu 6 Feb 14

MeccaBingo1 says...

Always going to happen.

IMO this is really getting close to the end of the road for the Bulls

Season Ticket holders, please enjoy the tripe that will be served up this year.


Lies, Lies, Lies
Always going to happen. IMO this is really getting close to the end of the road for the Bulls Season Ticket holders, please enjoy the tripe that will be served up this year. Lies, Lies, Lies MeccaBingo1
  • Score: 2

3:02pm Thu 6 Feb 14

BD16 says...

THEMANOFSTEEL wrote:
Think its time to follow a new club This board of directors are a joke
Me and my fiancé have been season tickets every year to date apart from this year
This club are going to be on its arse come 2015. They will be relegated this season for sure. Give Fev or Fax or who ever else a chance
I love the Bulls but this change has put me off. Cant wait for the not a true support rants but we have had enough
Signing players then they leave. Winterstein didn't want to chance it and now Carvell isn't either. if I were a Bulls player at this moment in time I would be looking for another club and hope there is space under the salary caps.
If Carvell goes and a replacement prop isn't signed I will not be attending another game under this board.
The have miss lead the fans long enough.
Unless a Koukash comes in and invests im sorry to say but its game over for this club. Its not fair to the players
THEMANOFPLASTIC?? No matter what, you support your team to the end.
[quote][p][bold]THEMANOFSTEEL[/bold] wrote: Think its time to follow a new club This board of directors are a joke Me and my fiancé have been season tickets every year to date apart from this year This club are going to be on its arse come 2015. They will be relegated this season for sure. Give Fev or Fax or who ever else a chance I love the Bulls but this change has put me off. Cant wait for the not a true support rants but we have had enough Signing players then they leave. Winterstein didn't want to chance it and now Carvell isn't either. if I were a Bulls player at this moment in time I would be looking for another club and hope there is space under the salary caps. If Carvell goes and a replacement prop isn't signed I will not be attending another game under this board. The have miss lead the fans long enough. Unless a Koukash comes in and invests im sorry to say but its game over for this club. Its not fair to the players[/p][/quote]THEMANOFPLASTIC?? No matter what, you support your team to the end. BD16
  • Score: 1

3:04pm Thu 6 Feb 14

axelf1963 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
nosher wrote:
What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst
If you were brought into a job built on lies, then found since you joined the company that it laid off its staff, failed to pay people on time, ended up in administration, etc, wouldn't you have servere reservations?
Carvell is coming to the end of his career and like anyone can do without the circus the bulls have become.
Lets remember Carvell was announced in June/July. Alot has happened since then.
I'd also ask Moore what his definition of ringfenced is.
I agree what do people expect ? Its nice to be back TVOR but cannot seem to read what Viking has posted on this forum, He is usually first to spout his drivel , His head must still be in the sand.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: What a load of f***y from carvell, about his future at the bulls if he leaves. He may be showing the same loyalty as the previous t#ss##s that left a sinking ship. Robbie is right about ever changing position, but sadly for the worst[/p][/quote]If you were brought into a job built on lies, then found since you joined the company that it laid off its staff, failed to pay people on time, ended up in administration, etc, wouldn't you have servere reservations? Carvell is coming to the end of his career and like anyone can do without the circus the bulls have become. Lets remember Carvell was announced in June/July. Alot has happened since then. I'd also ask Moore what his definition of ringfenced is.[/p][/quote]I agree what do people expect ? Its nice to be back TVOR but cannot seem to read what Viking has posted on this forum, He is usually first to spout his drivel , His head must still be in the sand. axelf1963
  • Score: 1

10:19pm Thu 6 Feb 14

bradfordbronco says...

What's the saying "When the going gets tough, I'm leaving" If you don't want to support the club, then clear off. It's now got nothing to do with you. Hope you change your mind as the club needs all the support it can get.
Remember "Winners aren't quitters and quitters aren't winners"
What's the saying "When the going gets tough, I'm leaving" If you don't want to support the club, then clear off. It's now got nothing to do with you. Hope you change your mind as the club needs all the support it can get. Remember "Winners aren't quitters and quitters aren't winners" bradfordbronco
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11:42pm Thu 6 Feb 14

raisemeup says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
What's the saying "When the going gets tough, I'm leaving" If you don't want to support the club, then clear off. It's now got nothing to do with you. Hope you change your mind as the club needs all the support it can get.
Remember "Winners aren't quitters and quitters aren't winners"
"When the going gets tough the tough get going." But what we have seen on here is more like your first statement!
And " A winner never quits!" but " A quitter never wins"
The news seems depressing, but some of the comments are from those who would wish us to quit .Or would walk out on us before the fat lady, has sung!
Our supporters have never thrown in the towel!
So COYB get behind our club and our team, because we are the only lifeline to success. Man of Steel, is a complete Misnomer in this instance, let's just put it down to a slight blip in his usual positivity?
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: What's the saying "When the going gets tough, I'm leaving" If you don't want to support the club, then clear off. It's now got nothing to do with you. Hope you change your mind as the club needs all the support it can get. Remember "Winners aren't quitters and quitters aren't winners"[/p][/quote]"When the going gets tough the tough get going." But what we have seen on here is more like your first statement! And " A winner never quits!" but " A quitter never wins" The news seems depressing, but some of the comments are from those who would wish us to quit .Or would walk out on us before the fat lady, has sung! Our supporters have never thrown in the towel! So COYB get behind our club and our team, because we are the only lifeline to success. Man of Steel, is a complete Misnomer in this instance, let's just put it down to a slight blip in his usual positivity? raisemeup
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