Scruton the latest player to leave Bulls

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nick Scruton Nick Scruton

Nick Scruton today signed a one-year deal with Wakefield and revealed his heartache over quitting the Bulls following the club's latest off-field crisis.

As exclusively revealed in today’s Telegraph & Argus, last season’s player of the year had been the subject of an approach from the Wildcats.

The 29-year-old prop completed the move at lunchtime today after Wakefield paid administrator David Wilson a nominal fee for his services.

Bradford’s slide into administration on January 31 is continuing to have a devastating effect with Scruton the third player to leave the club during the past month.

He follows Garreth Carvell and Jarrod Sammut through the Odsal exit and admitted it was a tough decision but one he had to make for the security of his family.

Scruton, who joined Bradford from Leeds ahead of the 2009 campaign, said: “A lot of the (Bradford) fans won’t believe it but yesterday was one of the worst days of my life, it genuinely was. 

“I’ve had six years and they’ve not all been good years, we’ve had ups and downs but I have loved every minute of my time at Bradford Bulls.

"It was a sad day yesterday for me to decide that the best decision for me and my family was to leave and come to Wakefield. 

“That’s the decision I’ve made and now I’m just looking forward to getting on with it.

“It’s pretty easy being a rugby player, we just get out there and do our job. 

“We can’t control many things apart from the rugby side so that’s what I want to do now and get out there and play well for Wakefield Wildcats.”

Scruton, who is set to make his debut for the Wildcats against Catalan next weekend, was part of the Bulls side who beat Richard Agar’s men last Thursday.

Scruton added: “I don’t think it was a cracking game for anybody that day and I don’t think it did Wakefield justice. 

“I’m looking forward to getting stuck in with the lads and there is a lot of quality here.

“Once we hit our straps we can drag ourselves away from the relegation scrap and claw our way up the table.

“Last pre-season was one of the first pre-seasons I’ve had in about four years with injuries and niggles. 

“I’ve had another pre-season this year so I’m looking to go one better. 

“Last year was a good year but I know I can play better and I’m glad that’s Wakefield so I’m hoping they’ll see my best year yet.”

Scruton met his new team-mates today and said: “It’s sunk in a bit more today now I’ve been down to the ground and seen the boys train.

“I’m just looking forward to getting out there and training myself now and get on with the next chapter of my career."

It remains to be seen how many more players will leave the Bulls now the club is in the hands of the administrator as the search for a buyer continues.

Chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul said: “Administration is difficult at the best of times, but we are getting on with the task at hand.

“For sure, we are vulnerable at the moment, but we are working hard to ensure the squad remains intact.”

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3:00pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Mickbull4eva says...

Good luck mate all the best and thankyou,where done
Good luck mate all the best and thankyou,where done Mickbull4eva
  • Score: 11

3:32pm Sat 1 Mar 14

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

Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB
Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB Bring Cordle back.........
  • Score: 11

4:18pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Milo08 says...

Bring Cordle back......... wrote:
Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB
Will twelve months secure his future then?
[quote][p][bold]Bring Cordle back.........[/bold] wrote: Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB[/p][/quote]Will twelve months secure his future then? Milo08
  • Score: 6

4:26pm Sat 1 Mar 14

NORTHER1964 says...

It makes me laugh when Wakey aren't exactly in a better position than we are but our players seem to go there. Confusing very confusing.
It makes me laugh when Wakey aren't exactly in a better position than we are but our players seem to go there. Confusing very confusing. NORTHER1964
  • Score: 6

4:27pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Sp00ky 3:16 says...

hmmmm i thought the administrator was away until Monday.... how can this deal have been done in his absence?
hmmmm i thought the administrator was away until Monday.... how can this deal have been done in his absence? Sp00ky 3:16
  • Score: 12

4:37pm Sat 1 Mar 14

-HCK3R- says...

Sp00ky 3:16 wrote:
hmmmm i thought the administrator was away until Monday.... how can this deal have been done in his absence?
Exactly ! ......not able to deal with any potential buyers of the club only potential buyers of the players !
[quote][p][bold]Sp00ky 3:16[/bold] wrote: hmmmm i thought the administrator was away until Monday.... how can this deal have been done in his absence?[/p][/quote]Exactly ! ......not able to deal with any potential buyers of the club only potential buyers of the players ! -HCK3R-
  • Score: 12

5:28pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Ray Mac says...

I believe a number of clubs will be supporting our club very soon, if we are not a Super League club or cease to exist, revenue for derby's etc will be greatly affected. RFL have supported the Bulls throughout but have crumbled to pier pressure from other clubs in a similar position, would this have been the case if the new league structure of promotion and relegation hadn't been agreed?
What goes around comes around, we may be paying the price at this moment in time but lets just see what happens, I can see the RFL being under more pressure than they can cope with by them following rules they generated, could you imagine running any business with the people at the RFL in charge, not my business that is sure!
I believe a number of clubs will be supporting our club very soon, if we are not a Super League club or cease to exist, revenue for derby's etc will be greatly affected. RFL have supported the Bulls throughout but have crumbled to pier pressure from other clubs in a similar position, would this have been the case if the new league structure of promotion and relegation hadn't been agreed? What goes around comes around, we may be paying the price at this moment in time but lets just see what happens, I can see the RFL being under more pressure than they can cope with by them following rules they generated, could you imagine running any business with the people at the RFL in charge, not my business that is sure! Ray Mac
  • Score: 6

5:42pm Sat 1 Mar 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see.
Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 7

5:46pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Inki60 says...

I agree looks like a hatchery job from the inside 😁
I agree looks like a hatchery job from the inside 😁 Inki60
  • Score: 4

5:48pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Ray Mac says...

The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't
The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't Ray Mac
  • Score: 5

5:59pm Sat 1 Mar 14

nosher says...

Ferguson next
Ferguson next nosher
  • Score: 3

6:32pm Sat 1 Mar 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Ray Mac
Wakefield will.It is the only chance they have got of staying in Super League
Ray Mac Wakefield will.It is the only chance they have got of staying in Super League spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 2

6:49pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Pablo says...

It's ironic that, despite the shambolic state of affairs, none of these players really wanted to leave. Things must be even worse than we dare to imagine when Scrutes leaves to join a club like Wakefield, on a one year contract. I believe it's testimony to the team spirit FC has created when players are virtually having to be forced out the door, with their club in its death throes.

I feel so sorry for the players, remaining staff as they watch this calamity club of ours disintegrate.

There's no doubt that successive inept Boards of Directors at the club are primarily responsible. It's evident that the powers that be at RFL have had a gut full of the incompetence, and who can blame them? However, those Super League clubs currently taking great delight in our plight will rue the day, at the loss to the game, when we finally disappear own the plug hole.
It's ironic that, despite the shambolic state of affairs, none of these players really wanted to leave. Things must be even worse than we dare to imagine when Scrutes leaves to join a club like Wakefield, on a one year contract. I believe it's testimony to the team spirit FC has created when players are virtually having to be forced out the door, with their club in its death throes. I feel so sorry for the players, remaining staff as they watch this calamity club of ours disintegrate. There's no doubt that successive inept Boards of Directors at the club are primarily responsible. It's evident that the powers that be at RFL have had a gut full of the incompetence, and who can blame them? However, those Super League clubs currently taking great delight in our plight will rue the day, at the loss to the game, when we finally disappear own the plug hole. Pablo
  • Score: 8

7:09pm Sat 1 Mar 14

BradfordBully says...

I'm saddened by the whole state of affairs but in my opinion this is a positive move. Scruton is no big loss. He was the main reason Kopczak left. Scruton was being paid 4 times what they were prepared to pay Kopczak and can't lace his boots for work rate and endurance. They've saved a fortune! I believe the Bulls will survive in spite of these set backs. Go Robbie.... keep up the great work.
I'm saddened by the whole state of affairs but in my opinion this is a positive move. Scruton is no big loss. He was the main reason Kopczak left. Scruton was being paid 4 times what they were prepared to pay Kopczak and can't lace his boots for work rate and endurance. They've saved a fortune! I believe the Bulls will survive in spite of these set backs. Go Robbie.... keep up the great work. BradfordBully
  • Score: 10

7:43pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Videoref says...

Ray Mac wrote:
The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't
If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos?
[quote][p][bold]Ray Mac[/bold] wrote: The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't[/p][/quote]If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos? Videoref
  • Score: 3

7:49pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Videoref says...

Milo08 wrote:
Bring Cordle back......... wrote:
Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB
Will twelve months secure his future then?
No but it will give him a wage and put him in the shop window for next year when clubs start recruiting again and have room in their salary cap
Can't blame him-good luck Scrutes and thanks for your efforts
[quote][p][bold]Milo08[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bring Cordle back.........[/bold] wrote: Well at least the competition can't say we're not cutting our cloth! It's pretty well documented we have been mis-managed for years but Wakey were on the brink and are now signing Bulls for fun, how? Lets look at the positives at least we can field a team on Sunday and I think the lads that are left night need some support. COYB[/p][/quote]Will twelve months secure his future then?[/p][/quote]No but it will give him a wage and put him in the shop window for next year when clubs start recruiting again and have room in their salary cap Can't blame him-good luck Scrutes and thanks for your efforts Videoref
  • Score: 2

8:05pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Adeybull says...

Videoref wrote:
Ray Mac wrote:
The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't
If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos?
No need.

When the Bulls club has gone, they just sell the head lease back to the council for at least as much as they "paid" BBH for it. Maybe more, and realise a decent profit on it. The Bulls heading off into oblivion would be a neat solution to what the RFL is to do with the "iconic" Odsal, would it not?

And the council in turn sell it or redevelop the site, and likely realise a decent profit on the transaction. The Bulls heading off into oblivion would be a neat solution to what the council is to do about the "iconic" Odsal and the pesky Bulls, would it not?
[quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ray Mac[/bold] wrote: The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't[/p][/quote]If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos?[/p][/quote]No need. When the Bulls club has gone, they just sell the head lease back to the council for at least as much as they "paid" BBH for it. Maybe more, and realise a decent profit on it. The Bulls heading off into oblivion would be a neat solution to what the RFL is to do with the "iconic" Odsal, would it not? And the council in turn sell it or redevelop the site, and likely realise a decent profit on the transaction. The Bulls heading off into oblivion would be a neat solution to what the council is to do about the "iconic" Odsal and the pesky Bulls, would it not? Adeybull
  • Score: 6

8:08pm Sat 1 Mar 14

portugalbull says...

Sorry to see Scruton go but best of luck to him. Don't believe a one year contract gives good security when your happy where you are despite the situation, maybe it could have been worth the risk to stay.
Administrator doing his job but new buyers should reduce offer by amount paid by Wakefield so not much advantage to him
Sorry to see Scruton go but best of luck to him. Don't believe a one year contract gives good security when your happy where you are despite the situation, maybe it could have been worth the risk to stay. Administrator doing his job but new buyers should reduce offer by amount paid by Wakefield so not much advantage to him portugalbull
  • Score: 2

8:17pm Sat 1 Mar 14

tinytoonster says...

BradfordBully wrote:
I'm saddened by the whole state of affairs but in my opinion this is a positive move. Scruton is no big loss. He was the main reason Kopczak left. Scruton was being paid 4 times what they were prepared to pay Kopczak and can't lace his boots for work rate and endurance. They've saved a fortune! I believe the Bulls will survive in spite of these set backs. Go Robbie.... keep up the great work.
how come when a player leaves he's no big loss?
talk about bitter.
bit worrying that he's left, must be a doubt about wages?
[quote][p][bold]BradfordBully[/bold] wrote: I'm saddened by the whole state of affairs but in my opinion this is a positive move. Scruton is no big loss. He was the main reason Kopczak left. Scruton was being paid 4 times what they were prepared to pay Kopczak and can't lace his boots for work rate and endurance. They've saved a fortune! I believe the Bulls will survive in spite of these set backs. Go Robbie.... keep up the great work.[/p][/quote]how come when a player leaves he's no big loss? talk about bitter. bit worrying that he's left, must be a doubt about wages? tinytoonster
  • Score: -5

8:44pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Ship rock says...

I'm surprised with the amount of over seas players brought in by London sure the quota cap will have been reached a couple of players but most stories from London is the successful signing of another over seas players

Scrutes is a loss need players to drive it up but sure the lads we have will play through their skins COYB
I'm surprised with the amount of over seas players brought in by London sure the quota cap will have been reached a couple of players but most stories from London is the successful signing of another over seas players Scrutes is a loss need players to drive it up but sure the lads we have will play through their skins COYB Ship rock
  • Score: 5

8:51pm Sat 1 Mar 14

bcfc1903 says...

Shame the Bulls didn't come down to Valley Parade a couple of years back, that really would have got the RFL's back up, the Bulls playing in a modern 25,000 all seater stadium.

Good luck to all the fantastic Bulls fans, you deserve far better than this complete farce being played out. Dig deep a cheer your great club on to a win against London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!!!!
Shame the Bulls didn't come down to Valley Parade a couple of years back, that really would have got the RFL's back up, the Bulls playing in a modern 25,000 all seater stadium. Good luck to all the fantastic Bulls fans, you deserve far better than this complete farce being played out. Dig deep a cheer your great club on to a win against London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!!!! bcfc1903
  • Score: 20

9:37pm Sat 1 Mar 14

Videoref says...

Come along and swell the numbers then please
Come along and swell the numbers then please Videoref
  • Score: 1

10:20pm Sat 1 Mar 14

monobrow man says...

Videoref wrote:
Ray Mac wrote:
The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't
If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos?
yeah go with Bradford broncos, we had the gateshull thundersharks and the shuddersfield giant eagles. 13 home games in bradford and 1 game at the etihad can count as the london game.
[quote][p][bold]Videoref[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ray Mac[/bold] wrote: The RFL may want shut of the Bulls but the clubs won't[/p][/quote]If that's the case they have a very expensive lease on a hole to service financially. Perhaps they could re-locate the Broncos?[/p][/quote]yeah go with Bradford broncos, we had the gateshull thundersharks and the shuddersfield giant eagles. 13 home games in bradford and 1 game at the etihad can count as the london game. monobrow man
  • Score: -1

12:00am Sun 2 Mar 14

Shipley Paul says...

I don't understand a 1 year deal as being better than what he had. Wakey have seen half their team sold and been near extinction yet Nick chooses to go there. It's all confusing. Does the administrator know anything about rugby league or is it purely a financial exercise? Either way round if this carries on he will have nothing to sell, and Bulls will fade away into the sunset.
I don't understand a 1 year deal as being better than what he had. Wakey have seen half their team sold and been near extinction yet Nick chooses to go there. It's all confusing. Does the administrator know anything about rugby league or is it purely a financial exercise? Either way round if this carries on he will have nothing to sell, and Bulls will fade away into the sunset. Shipley Paul
  • Score: 0

7:15am Sun 2 Mar 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see.
If the RFL had wanted to get rid of Bradford they have had ample opportunity to get rid of the Club over the last 18 months after we have stumbled from one train crash to another.

The RFL are the Governing Body and are not allowed to interferer with the day today running of a Club as it is effectively a private business operating as a franchise. The RFL could only step in when there was a major breach of rules such as placing the club in admin, something that MM was warned would result in a 6 point deduction and he chose to ignore them.

We need to get away from pointing the finger at the RFL and lay the blame where it really lies at the feet of OK, GS, RW, MM and his cronies.
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see.[/p][/quote]If the RFL had wanted to get rid of Bradford they have had ample opportunity to get rid of the Club over the last 18 months after we have stumbled from one train crash to another. The RFL are the Governing Body and are not allowed to interferer with the day today running of a Club as it is effectively a private business operating as a franchise. The RFL could only step in when there was a major breach of rules such as placing the club in admin, something that MM was warned would result in a 6 point deduction and he chose to ignore them. We need to get away from pointing the finger at the RFL and lay the blame where it really lies at the feet of OK, GS, RW, MM and his cronies. fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: 3

7:34am Sun 2 Mar 14

caledonia15 says...

Very sad to see this mess up at odsal, i don't blame any of the players for leaving this shambles, they are just like the rest of us with families to look after and bills to pay. You would never have thought ten years ago when we were winning the major trophies that it would end up like this, the longer this goes on i just cant see us surviving, whos going to be next to move on?. Been a bulls/ Northern fan all my life, and never felt as low as i do now with the goings on at the club i love.
Good luck to Nick Scruton, and thanks for your efforts at the Bulls.
Very sad to see this mess up at odsal, i don't blame any of the players for leaving this shambles, they are just like the rest of us with families to look after and bills to pay. You would never have thought ten years ago when we were winning the major trophies that it would end up like this, the longer this goes on i just cant see us surviving, whos going to be next to move on?. Been a bulls/ Northern fan all my life, and never felt as low as i do now with the goings on at the club i love. Good luck to Nick Scruton, and thanks for your efforts at the Bulls. caledonia15
  • Score: 7

7:55am Sun 2 Mar 14

Videoref says...

caledonia15 wrote:
Very sad to see this mess up at odsal, i don't blame any of the players for leaving this shambles, they are just like the rest of us with families to look after and bills to pay. You would never have thought ten years ago when we were winning the major trophies that it would end up like this, the longer this goes on i just cant see us surviving, whos going to be next to move on?. Been a bulls/ Northern fan all my life, and never felt as low as i do now with the goings on at the club i love.
Good luck to Nick Scruton, and thanks for your efforts at the Bulls.
Ferguson, Blythe, Gale, George, Olbison, Addy, Kearny, Foster, Purtill
Not necessarily in that order
[quote][p][bold]caledonia15[/bold] wrote: Very sad to see this mess up at odsal, i don't blame any of the players for leaving this shambles, they are just like the rest of us with families to look after and bills to pay. You would never have thought ten years ago when we were winning the major trophies that it would end up like this, the longer this goes on i just cant see us surviving, whos going to be next to move on?. Been a bulls/ Northern fan all my life, and never felt as low as i do now with the goings on at the club i love. Good luck to Nick Scruton, and thanks for your efforts at the Bulls.[/p][/quote]Ferguson, Blythe, Gale, George, Olbison, Addy, Kearny, Foster, Purtill Not necessarily in that order Videoref
  • Score: -1

8:07am Sun 2 Mar 14

bradfordbronco says...

1 YEAR DEAL!!!!. He's really secured his future then. Shows how much Wakefield value him. They gave Sammut a 2 year deal.

If the Bulls go out of business, I'm leaving the sport for good. There's no way I'm paying money to watch Hudds or Leeds or anyone else. The RFL will have forced me out of the game I love.

If they wanted they could have helped the club get back on its feet. I didn't mind the points deduction last time, but the ROBBING of Sky money to a club trying to get back on its feet was just FOOLISH. Even more foolish to then give it to all the other clubs and make the struggle even harder.
When Moore and co walked out on Christmas eve because they had founds new debts they didn't about the RFL talked them into staying and doing a deal. with Omar. I'm sure some of the assurances the RFL gave to Moore & co in private to get them to buy the club were just LIES. Moore & co. certainly seemed shocked when the RFL docked them 6 points and put them into special measures.

R... Robbers
F....Fools
L....Liars
1 YEAR DEAL!!!!. He's really secured his future then. Shows how much Wakefield value him. They gave Sammut a 2 year deal. If the Bulls go out of business, I'm leaving the sport for good. There's no way I'm paying money to watch Hudds or Leeds or anyone else. The RFL will have forced me out of the game I love. If they wanted they could have helped the club get back on its feet. I didn't mind the points deduction last time, but the ROBBING of Sky money to a club trying to get back on its feet was just FOOLISH. Even more foolish to then give it to all the other clubs and make the struggle even harder. When Moore and co walked out on Christmas eve because they had founds new debts they didn't about the RFL talked them into staying and doing a deal. with Omar. I'm sure some of the assurances the RFL gave to Moore & co in private to get them to buy the club were just LIES. Moore & co. certainly seemed shocked when the RFL docked them 6 points and put them into special measures. R... Robbers F....Fools L....Liars bradfordbronco
  • Score: -2

8:22am Sun 2 Mar 14

Sad bull says...

fedupwiththeBS wrote:
spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see.
If the RFL had wanted to get rid of Bradford they have had ample opportunity to get rid of the Club over the last 18 months after we have stumbled from one train crash to another.

The RFL are the Governing Body and are not allowed to interferer with the day today running of a Club as it is effectively a private business operating as a franchise. The RFL could only step in when there was a major breach of rules such as placing the club in admin, something that MM was warned would result in a 6 point deduction and he chose to ignore them.

We need to get away from pointing the finger at the RFL and lay the blame where it really lies at the feet of OK, GS, RW, MM and his cronies.
How naive you are.

You know absolutely nothing of what MM was or was not told so shut up. The facts will come out.

It has been clearly documented in this paper that Rimmer and Solly were involved in this situation all the way even chairing some of the meetings.

How is that " not getting involved ?
[quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Take it from me.inside knowledge.The R.F.L.are determined to get rid of the Bulls from Super League.They will be hoping against hope that Wakefield are also relegated.This will obviously save them from making a decision on London at the seasons end.If London are relegated that will be the end of the R.L.s dream as well as the millions of pounds cash they have thrown at the club.Just wait and see.[/p][/quote]If the RFL had wanted to get rid of Bradford they have had ample opportunity to get rid of the Club over the last 18 months after we have stumbled from one train crash to another. The RFL are the Governing Body and are not allowed to interferer with the day today running of a Club as it is effectively a private business operating as a franchise. The RFL could only step in when there was a major breach of rules such as placing the club in admin, something that MM was warned would result in a 6 point deduction and he chose to ignore them. We need to get away from pointing the finger at the RFL and lay the blame where it really lies at the feet of OK, GS, RW, MM and his cronies.[/p][/quote]How naive you are. You know absolutely nothing of what MM was or was not told so shut up. The facts will come out. It has been clearly documented in this paper that Rimmer and Solly were involved in this situation all the way even chairing some of the meetings. How is that " not getting involved ? Sad bull
  • Score: 3

8:29am Sun 2 Mar 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
1 YEAR DEAL!!!!. He's really secured his future then. Shows how much Wakefield value him. They gave Sammut a 2 year deal.

If the Bulls go out of business, I'm leaving the sport for good. There's no way I'm paying money to watch Hudds or Leeds or anyone else. The RFL will have forced me out of the game I love.

If they wanted they could have helped the club get back on its feet. I didn't mind the points deduction last time, but the ROBBING of Sky money to a club trying to get back on its feet was just FOOLISH. Even more foolish to then give it to all the other clubs and make the struggle even harder.
When Moore and co walked out on Christmas eve because they had founds new debts they didn't about the RFL talked them into staying and doing a deal. with Omar. I'm sure some of the assurances the RFL gave to Moore & co in private to get them to buy the club were just LIES. Moore & co. certainly seemed shocked when the RFL docked them 6 points and put them into special measures.

R... Robbers
F....Fools
L....Liars
RFL the chosen scapegoat of the Bulls fans for years of mismanagement of their club.
The RFL have loaned and given money upfront over the years to keep them going. The Bulls would have died years ago without them.
What they are guilty of is what many fans are guilty of, trusting the owners of the club and believing all the rubbish spouted over the years.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: 1 YEAR DEAL!!!!. He's really secured his future then. Shows how much Wakefield value him. They gave Sammut a 2 year deal. If the Bulls go out of business, I'm leaving the sport for good. There's no way I'm paying money to watch Hudds or Leeds or anyone else. The RFL will have forced me out of the game I love. If they wanted they could have helped the club get back on its feet. I didn't mind the points deduction last time, but the ROBBING of Sky money to a club trying to get back on its feet was just FOOLISH. Even more foolish to then give it to all the other clubs and make the struggle even harder. When Moore and co walked out on Christmas eve because they had founds new debts they didn't about the RFL talked them into staying and doing a deal. with Omar. I'm sure some of the assurances the RFL gave to Moore & co in private to get them to buy the club were just LIES. Moore & co. certainly seemed shocked when the RFL docked them 6 points and put them into special measures. R... Robbers F....Fools L....Liars[/p][/quote]RFL the chosen scapegoat of the Bulls fans for years of mismanagement of their club. The RFL have loaned and given money upfront over the years to keep them going. The Bulls would have died years ago without them. What they are guilty of is what many fans are guilty of, trusting the owners of the club and believing all the rubbish spouted over the years. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: -2

8:29am Sun 2 Mar 14

rogerthat! says...

Shipley Paul wrote:
I don't understand a 1 year deal as being better than what he had. Wakey have seen half their team sold and been near extinction yet Nick chooses to go there. It's all confusing. Does the administrator know anything about rugby league or is it purely a financial exercise? Either way round if this carries on he will have nothing to sell, and Bulls will fade away into the sunset.
I doubt Sctuton will be on the 100k salary at Wakey . In his 6years at Bulls would you say good Value. Do the sums and divide number of games played -- This is where the problem started paying average Players big bucks.
[quote][p][bold]Shipley Paul[/bold] wrote: I don't understand a 1 year deal as being better than what he had. Wakey have seen half their team sold and been near extinction yet Nick chooses to go there. It's all confusing. Does the administrator know anything about rugby league or is it purely a financial exercise? Either way round if this carries on he will have nothing to sell, and Bulls will fade away into the sunset.[/p][/quote]I doubt Sctuton will be on the 100k salary at Wakey . In his 6years at Bulls would you say good Value. Do the sums and divide number of games played -- This is where the problem started paying average Players big bucks. rogerthat!
  • Score: 8

8:42am Sun 2 Mar 14

Savethebulls says...

I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League !
I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League ! Savethebulls
  • Score: 2

10:37am Sun 2 Mar 14

oddshapedballs says...

Could this not have waited a few days to see who is buying us. For all we know mr moneybags could be coming in wiping out our debts and buying the lease back. Unlikely I know but why sell him now when talks of prospective owners go ahead next week?
Could this not have waited a few days to see who is buying us. For all we know mr moneybags could be coming in wiping out our debts and buying the lease back. Unlikely I know but why sell him now when talks of prospective owners go ahead next week? oddshapedballs
  • Score: 1

10:46am Sun 2 Mar 14

axelf1963 says...

The Viking song gets yet another verse :

We're in the money,
We've now lost scruton,
What a joke of a club we really are.

Where is Viking aka August 1964 and Sheffdull alond with Brian with their wit and head in the sand mentality
The Viking song gets yet another verse : We're in the money, We've now lost scruton, What a joke of a club we really are. Where is Viking aka August 1964 and Sheffdull alond with Brian with their wit and head in the sand mentality axelf1963
  • Score: 5

10:47am Sun 2 Mar 14

bcfc1903 says...

If a successful Bradford Bulls are not really wanted by the RFL which from the outside seems the case, why not change codes and go back to Rugby Union, it's professional and not run by Leeds. The whole idea of the northern union break away over a century ago was payment for playing.

With the Bulls massive support they would be a success. Maybe a complete new start could work Let's be honest, there seems to have been a concerted attack on the club since the Harris signing. The taking of half the Sky money from a club struggling financially seems very strange. The stitch up at the millenium years ago( there is absolutely no way in the world that that try would have been awarded if it was a reversal and Bradford had scored it) these are all instances of the Bulls being targeted in my opinion.
If a successful Bradford Bulls are not really wanted by the RFL which from the outside seems the case, why not change codes and go back to Rugby Union, it's professional and not run by Leeds. The whole idea of the northern union break away over a century ago was payment for playing. With the Bulls massive support they would be a success. Maybe a complete new start could work Let's be honest, there seems to have been a concerted attack on the club since the Harris signing. The taking of half the Sky money from a club struggling financially seems very strange. The stitch up at the millenium years ago( there is absolutely no way in the world that that try would have been awarded if it was a reversal and Bradford had scored it) these are all instances of the Bulls being targeted in my opinion. bcfc1903
  • Score: 2

11:02am Sun 2 Mar 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

BCFC,
Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.
BCFC, Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 1

11:29am Sun 2 Mar 14

bcfc1903 says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
BCFC,
Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.
I'm of the opinion that that particular decision at the Millenium brought the game into disrepute. Would Bradford have got the same decision if the roles were reversed...not a chance. It must have hurt Leeds so bad to have had the Volcano winning games for the Bulls at Headingley. I'm no rugby supporter but looking from outside the crap that the Bulls have had to swallow since that farce and the Harris saga does lead me to the conclusion that whatever the Bulls do a successful side will not get a fair shake in the game as there are too many vested interest in keeping Leeds at the top in West Yorkshire. If the Bulls are going to be treated in such a way is not a change of codes an Idea worth looking into. There is no doubt that the fan base is there, 10 to15,000 they would surely support any successful rugby side, the passions there, maybe drastic action needs to be taken because the status quo just isn't good enough, the Bulls fans deserve far better!!!!

Good luck against the London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!!
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: BCFC, Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.[/p][/quote]I'm of the opinion that that particular decision at the Millenium brought the game into disrepute. Would Bradford have got the same decision if the roles were reversed...not a chance. It must have hurt Leeds so bad to have had the Volcano winning games for the Bulls at Headingley. I'm no rugby supporter but looking from outside the crap that the Bulls have had to swallow since that farce and the Harris saga does lead me to the conclusion that whatever the Bulls do a successful side will not get a fair shake in the game as there are too many vested interest in keeping Leeds at the top in West Yorkshire. If the Bulls are going to be treated in such a way is not a change of codes an Idea worth looking into. There is no doubt that the fan base is there, 10 to15,000 they would surely support any successful rugby side, the passions there, maybe drastic action needs to be taken because the status quo just isn't good enough, the Bulls fans deserve far better!!!! Good luck against the London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!! bcfc1903
  • Score: 3

11:29am Sun 2 Mar 14

bcfc1903 says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
BCFC,
Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.
I'm of the opinion that that particular decision at the Millenium brought the game into disrepute. Would Bradford have got the same decision if the roles were reversed...not a chance. It must have hurt Leeds so bad to have had the Volcano winning games for the Bulls at Headingley. I'm no rugby supporter but looking from outside the crap that the Bulls have had to swallow since that farce and the Harris saga does lead me to the conclusion that whatever the Bulls do a successful side will not get a fair shake in the game as there are too many vested interest in keeping Leeds at the top in West Yorkshire. If the Bulls are going to be treated in such a way is not a change of codes an Idea worth looking into. There is no doubt that the fan base is there, 10 to15,000 they would surely support any successful rugby side, the passions there, maybe drastic action needs to be taken because the status quo just isn't good enough, the Bulls fans deserve far better!!!!

Good luck against the London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!!
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: BCFC, Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.[/p][/quote]I'm of the opinion that that particular decision at the Millenium brought the game into disrepute. Would Bradford have got the same decision if the roles were reversed...not a chance. It must have hurt Leeds so bad to have had the Volcano winning games for the Bulls at Headingley. I'm no rugby supporter but looking from outside the crap that the Bulls have had to swallow since that farce and the Harris saga does lead me to the conclusion that whatever the Bulls do a successful side will not get a fair shake in the game as there are too many vested interest in keeping Leeds at the top in West Yorkshire. If the Bulls are going to be treated in such a way is not a change of codes an Idea worth looking into. There is no doubt that the fan base is there, 10 to15,000 they would surely support any successful rugby side, the passions there, maybe drastic action needs to be taken because the status quo just isn't good enough, the Bulls fans deserve far better!!!! Good luck against the London Broncos, the vast majority of BCFC fans are with you!!! bcfc1903
  • Score: 2

12:33pm Sun 2 Mar 14

Videoref says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
BCFC,
Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.
The Millenium Magic weekend was a way of expanding Rugby League if I remember the spin correctly.
So has it worked? Crusaders came & went, Harlequins/fulham/Br
oncos came went, came went, came and probably going again and now Bradford are almost gone and the league reduced to 12 teams next year. Plus the way they are playing Catalans could be out at the end of the season
Only the RFL could see that as expansion.
Accept it for what it is --another pointless worthless,money spinner to get more money out of you and telling you it is expanding it for you. Thank god they are expanding out to the wider area- ie Manchester- Slap bang in the MIDDLE of the M62 corridor
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: BCFC, Yes,I remember the Millenium fiasco.One prominent R.L. weekly had the headlines,The Beginning of the End of Rugby League.It was a total farce and I would think most R.L. fans would accept it was " fiddled".One man who would know is back in Australia out of the way so unfortunately it will never come .That is why the Magic Roundabout is a total farce.If they intend carrying on with this circus why not ! v 2,3 v 4, 5 v 6, etc.or is that to complicated for the brains trust at Red Hall.[/p][/quote]The Millenium Magic weekend was a way of expanding Rugby League if I remember the spin correctly. So has it worked? Crusaders came & went, Harlequins/fulham/Br oncos came went, came went, came and probably going again and now Bradford are almost gone and the league reduced to 12 teams next year. Plus the way they are playing Catalans could be out at the end of the season Only the RFL could see that as expansion. Accept it for what it is --another pointless worthless,money spinner to get more money out of you and telling you it is expanding it for you. Thank god they are expanding out to the wider area- ie Manchester- Slap bang in the MIDDLE of the M62 corridor Videoref
  • Score: -2

1:04pm Sun 2 Mar 14

Sp00ky 3:16 says...

oh bu**er! no lottery jackpots this week for me... maybe next week then!
oh bu**er! no lottery jackpots this week for me... maybe next week then! Sp00ky 3:16
  • Score: 0

1:06pm Sun 2 Mar 14

Alhaurinrhino says...

bcfc1903 wrote:
If a successful Bradford Bulls are not really wanted by the RFL which from the outside seems the case, why not change codes and go back to Rugby Union, it's professional and not run by Leeds. The whole idea of the northern union break away over a century ago was payment for playing.

With the Bulls massive support they would be a success. Maybe a complete new start could work Let's be honest, there seems to have been a concerted attack on the club since the Harris signing. The taking of half the Sky money from a club struggling financially seems very strange. The stitch up at the millenium years ago( there is absolutely no way in the world that that try would have been awarded if it was a reversal and Bradford had scored it) these are all instances of the Bulls being targeted in my opinion.
Massive support !!!!!
[quote][p][bold]bcfc1903[/bold] wrote: If a successful Bradford Bulls are not really wanted by the RFL which from the outside seems the case, why not change codes and go back to Rugby Union, it's professional and not run by Leeds. The whole idea of the northern union break away over a century ago was payment for playing. With the Bulls massive support they would be a success. Maybe a complete new start could work Let's be honest, there seems to have been a concerted attack on the club since the Harris signing. The taking of half the Sky money from a club struggling financially seems very strange. The stitch up at the millenium years ago( there is absolutely no way in the world that that try would have been awarded if it was a reversal and Bradford had scored it) these are all instances of the Bulls being targeted in my opinion.[/p][/quote]Massive support !!!!! Alhaurinrhino
  • Score: 2

1:35pm Sun 2 Mar 14

bradfordbronco says...

Savethebulls wrote:
I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League !
Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.
[quote][p][bold]Savethebulls[/bold] wrote: I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League ![/p][/quote]Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now. bradfordbronco
  • Score: 2

2:43pm Sun 2 Mar 14

salford red says...

a great club, great loyal support, great playing history. what do the RFL want ??
shame on all at the RFL for allowing this state of affairs...
the RFL should be a governing body that helps clubs, not hinder..
how does a 6 point deduction help a club in trouble.. kick them when there down
a great club, great loyal support, great playing history. what do the RFL want ?? shame on all at the RFL for allowing this state of affairs... the RFL should be a governing body that helps clubs, not hinder.. how does a 6 point deduction help a club in trouble.. kick them when there down salford red
  • Score: 6

5:47pm Sun 2 Mar 14

axlef1963 says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
Savethebulls wrote:
I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League !
Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.
great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows
CAISLEY
HOOD
THE RFL
KHAN SUTCLIFFE
THE RFL
In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Savethebulls[/bold] wrote: I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League ![/p][/quote]Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.[/p][/quote]great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows CAISLEY HOOD THE RFL KHAN SUTCLIFFE THE RFL In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB axlef1963
  • Score: 6

5:49pm Sun 2 Mar 14

axlef1963 says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
Savethebulls wrote:
I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League !
Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.
great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows
CAISLEY
HOOD
THE RFL
KHAN SUTCLIFFE
THE RFL
In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Savethebulls[/bold] wrote: I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League ![/p][/quote]Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.[/p][/quote]great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows CAISLEY HOOD THE RFL KHAN SUTCLIFFE THE RFL In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB axlef1963
  • Score: 5

1:15pm Mon 3 Mar 14

StevieLad says...

axlef1963 wrote:
bradfordbronco wrote:
Savethebulls wrote:
I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League !
Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.
great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows
CAISLEY
HOOD
THE RFL
KHAN SUTCLIFFE
THE RFL
In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB
"potentially a fatal blow to the sport"

Come on now. Seriously? Fatal?

I'm desperate for bulls to survive but get real
[quote][p][bold]axlef1963[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Savethebulls[/bold] wrote: I suggest that the Bulls take control of their own destiny and pull out of Super League all together and do it now!. RL is an M62 corridor sport - it would not look good that one of the 2 biggest cities in it's heartland does not have a presence in the Super League - potentially a fatal blow to the sport and hit the idiots at Red Hall in their pockets for once. Will still love the game just not the sham that is Super League ![/p][/quote]Good idea. I'm off the same mind now. We could prob take most of the local amateur teams with us. That would really show them. I'm sick of the RFL now.[/p][/quote]great idea lets hit the a holes were it hurts.The Bulls have a list of shame as follows CAISLEY HOOD THE RFL KHAN SUTCLIFFE THE RFL In any business who in there right minds agrees to cut there earnings by half for two years and thinks they can survive total morons all parties.Then it gets better they deduct us 6 points and o by the way you cant even get loan signings.You would think they want rid of us and boy are they doing a good job of it. no matter what happens im northern bulls till I die COYB[/p][/quote]"potentially a fatal blow to the sport" Come on now. Seriously? Fatal? I'm desperate for bulls to survive but get real StevieLad
  • Score: -1

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