Bradford Bulls: Adrian Purtell puts club before contract

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Winning some games is all that concerns Adrian Purtell at the moment Winning some games is all that concerns Adrian Purtell at the moment

Adrian Purtell says he is more bothered about helping the Bulls to return to winning ways than sorting out his own future.

The Australian centre is one of a number of players whose contract expire at the end of the season.

He is in the third and final year of the deal he signed when he arrived from Penrith Panthers ahead of the 2012 campaign.

And the 29-year-old admits he does not know where he will be playing next term as the Bulls battle to stay in Super League.

Purtell said: “I’m up at the end of this year but first and foremost I just want to start winning some games for Bradford. If we’re winning and I’m playing well then the rest looks after itself.

“You always want to know where your future lies, especially as you get older, but at the moment we’ve got more important things to be dealing with.

“That’s getting back to zero points and start winning some games.”

Purtell says he was left shocked by the manner of his side’s capitulation at Wigan on Easter Monday.

It was a club-record defeat which Bulls managing director Steve Ferres branded a “truly woeful and embarrassing display” in a statement the following day.

“I haven’t experienced anything like that since I’ve been playing,” admitted Purtell.

“It was very disappointing but the fans stuck with us right to the end and I want to thank them for that.

“It was always going to be a tough game because we are low on numbers, but that’s no excuse.

“You play with a certain amount of pride when you pull on any Super League jumper, let alone one as famous as the Bradford Bulls.

“It wasn’t good enough at any level and we’re going to work hard to look and try and turn it around quickly.

“We are making the same errors every week at the moment.

“We’ve got to really address that and turn things around fast.”

The Bulls will seek to halt their slide with a victory over Catalan Dragons in the Tetley’s Challenge Cup fifth-round on Sunday.

Purtell said: “That’s the best thing about rugby league – you get the opportunity to right your wrongs a week later.

“We’ve got to get back on that horse straight away and the Cup game this weekend gives us an opportunity to start putting things right again.”

The Bulls should be boosted by the return of Adam Sidlow, Jamie Foster, Luke George and Matt Diskin for Sunday’s encounter.

But Matty Blythe, who is out for eight weeks with a knee injury, James Donaldson and Dale Ferguson are set to remain sidelined.

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8:29am Thu 24 Apr 14

TomBulls says...

Seems like he's waiting to see if we remain in super league before committing to us, which is an obvious move.

On a positive we have some core of the squad coming back for Sunday, and let's face it, no matter what happens nothing can be worse than last week.
Seems like he's waiting to see if we remain in super league before committing to us, which is an obvious move. On a positive we have some core of the squad coming back for Sunday, and let's face it, no matter what happens nothing can be worse than last week. TomBulls
  • Score: 7

8:46am Thu 24 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Wasn't Omar Khan's creditors meeting yesterday?
Seems strange the T&A mentioned it several times in the lead up to it but haven't mentioned anything about it since the meeting.
Wasn't Omar Khan's creditors meeting yesterday? Seems strange the T&A mentioned it several times in the lead up to it but haven't mentioned anything about it since the meeting. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 8

9:06am Thu 24 Apr 14

blue marlin says...

was OK not going to ake a statement as well?
was OK not going to ake a statement as well? blue marlin
  • Score: 9

9:18am Thu 24 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

blue marlin wrote:
was OK not going to ake a statement as well?
Would be interesting to hear as what he says could effect the appeal for points to be reinstated.
[quote][p][bold]blue marlin[/bold] wrote: was OK not going to ake a statement as well?[/p][/quote]Would be interesting to hear as what he says could effect the appeal for points to be reinstated. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 5

10:07am Thu 24 Apr 14

Sheffieldbull says...

Purts...you are one of the few who can hold their heads high this season. Keep up the good work. Your heart is stronger than most of your teammates!
Purts...you are one of the few who can hold their heads high this season. Keep up the good work. Your heart is stronger than most of your teammates! Sheffieldbull
  • Score: 12

10:13am Thu 24 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ?
Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ? axelf1963
  • Score: -20

11:12am Thu 24 Apr 14

flashdonut says...

axelf1963 wrote:
Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ?
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ?[/p][/quote]zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzzzzz flashdonut
  • Score: 8

12:06pm Thu 24 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Nosey donuts feeling neglected poor thing, Hello love x
Nosey donuts feeling neglected poor thing, Hello love x axelf1963
  • Score: -15

12:15pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Van Bellen's Baby says...

I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.
I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it. Van Bellen's Baby
  • Score: 6

12:24pm Thu 24 Apr 14

1964gc says...

axelf1963 wrote:
Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ?
oh look its that bore again ,attention seeking
[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Oh look its lord lucan Sheffielddull , You been bit quiet lately have you come back to get owned again ?[/p][/quote]oh look its that bore again ,attention seeking 1964gc
  • Score: 7

12:40pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Loyalbull1981 says...

finally a player/coach has finally said thanks. noit many fans would stay until the end and still clap them off without booeing and we deserve some credit for that. Pruts however is one of the ones whos actually done ok lately and so shouldnt be sorry.
finally a player/coach has finally said thanks. noit many fans would stay until the end and still clap them off without booeing and we deserve some credit for that. Pruts however is one of the ones whos actually done ok lately and so shouldnt be sorry. Loyalbull1981
  • Score: 8

12:44pm Thu 24 Apr 14

ian_wrkk says...

Van Bellen's Baby wrote:
I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.
Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal?
[quote][p][bold]Van Bellen's Baby[/bold] wrote: I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.[/p][/quote]Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal? ian_wrkk
  • Score: 7

1:04pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Bull4Life says...

ian_wrkk wrote:
Van Bellen's Baby wrote:
I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.
Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal?
Not only that ian_wrkk, but I seem to remember reading somehwere that on one occasion they even had the 4 point penalty reduced to 3 pts!
So wakey have been deducted a total of 7 points for going into admin twice, we have been deducted 12. Well that seems fair!
[quote][p][bold]ian_wrkk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Van Bellen's Baby[/bold] wrote: I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.[/p][/quote]Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal?[/p][/quote]Not only that ian_wrkk, but I seem to remember reading somehwere that on one occasion they even had the 4 point penalty reduced to 3 pts! So wakey have been deducted a total of 7 points for going into admin twice, we have been deducted 12. Well that seems fair! Bull4Life
  • Score: 2

1:35pm Thu 24 Apr 14

bullybullman says...

And also remember last season when Wakey were docked points there was no relegation ! that’s the issue here.
And also remember last season when Wakey were docked points there was no relegation ! that’s the issue here. bullybullman
  • Score: 6

1:50pm Thu 24 Apr 14

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
blue marlin wrote:
was OK not going to ake a statement as well?
Would be interesting to hear as what he says could effect the appeal for points to be reinstated.
Must admit Marc greens body language and demeanor on Boots and All, was a little bit of the totally pis... off look!

So if he had have been to that alleged meeting, speculation make you wonder if that had something to do with it.
I expect it will come out eventually.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]blue marlin[/bold] wrote: was OK not going to ake a statement as well?[/p][/quote]Would be interesting to hear as what he says could effect the appeal for points to be reinstated.[/p][/quote]Must admit Marc greens body language and demeanor on Boots and All, was a little bit of the totally pis... off look! So if he had have been to that alleged meeting, speculation make you wonder if that had something to do with it. I expect it will come out eventually. raisemeup
  • Score: 4

2:03pm Thu 24 Apr 14

raisemeup says...

Van Bellen's Baby wrote:
I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.
Think the initial question was on the lines " Obviously it's been a bit of a trial?" which evoked the comment from Marc Green, re he wasn't sure what he meant by that, as you rightly said VBB!

I have a feeling that comment by MG threw Bill enough for MG to control the interview by stating what we and now all the viewers of B & A now know about our right to appeal. I personally felt he handled it very well, and didn't rise to the bait thrown out by Carter .
[quote][p][bold]Van Bellen's Baby[/bold] wrote: I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.[/p][/quote]Think the initial question was on the lines " Obviously it's been a bit of a trial?" which evoked the comment from Marc Green, re he wasn't sure what he meant by that, as you rightly said VBB! I have a feeling that comment by MG threw Bill enough for MG to control the interview by stating what we and now all the viewers of B & A now know about our right to appeal. I personally felt he handled it very well, and didn't rise to the bait thrown out by Carter . raisemeup
  • Score: 10

5:24pm Thu 24 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

The last 3 posts are so far off the mark they make Viking look normal.
The last 3 posts are so far off the mark they make Viking look normal. axelf1963
  • Score: -10

7:23pm Thu 24 Apr 14

BierleyBoy says...

Bull4Life wrote:
ian_wrkk wrote:
Van Bellen's Baby wrote:
I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.
Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal?
Not only that ian_wrkk, but I seem to remember reading somehwere that on one occasion they even had the 4 point penalty reduced to 3 pts!
So wakey have been deducted a total of 7 points for going into admin twice, we have been deducted 12. Well that seems fair!
Wakefield were deducted 4 points for going into administration, there was no reduction. They were deducted 4 points due to the new owners agreeing payment terms with the creditors who all received a percentage of what they were owed. The total debt was under £700k.

They have entered administration once.

When Bradford Bulls Holdings went into administration, the debts were £1.5m. Omar Khan did not take on any of the debt and his company OK Bulls started from scratch. That is why there was a 6 point deduction. The club was to receive half Sky money because the RFL had been funding the club to the tune of £150k a month & in oder to keep the club going after the takeover, other clubs were told to stay away from the playing squad. Kopczak & Whitehead decided they wanted to leave so didn't TUPE across.

When Wakefield looked at admin again they were told if they did enter they would be relegated. Hence why Carter & others paid off everything that was owed & shipped out players in order to stay afloat.

Bradford Bulls faced no such sanction for entering admin again, they were simply deducted 6 points. Marc Green got the club for £200k.

That's far cheaper than paying off creditors of £700k this time, which he chose not to do.

Players have left, just like they did at Wakefield. Wakefield didn't finish in the bottom two & if Green had played his hand differently players would have stayed at Bradford & they would be in a much better shape to fight the drop.

He can't have it both ways. He put the club into admin to protect his own money, so the club paid the price with points & players leaving.
[quote][p][bold]Bull4Life[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ian_wrkk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Van Bellen's Baby[/bold] wrote: I thought the interview on Boots 'n' all with both Marc Green and the Wakey chairman last night was very interesting. Clearly Green is a media-shy, or should I say a media-suspicious, sort of guy, and it was telling that the not unreasonable opening question "things have been a bit tricky for you lately" got a back foot reply of "I'm not sure what you mean?". After that he answered economically but efficiently and I thought he came across as a realistic but determined sort of guy. The Wakey chairman made an impassioned case for why he thinks his club did things the right way and paid off creditors by using TV monies (thereby weakening the club on the pitch) and his own house as surity against a loan which also went straight to creditors. His position about any points return to Bulls would signal that it's okay to go into receivership ultimately was a good one, but Green countered with the fact that the mechanism for going to appeal is there for all clubs and therefore we are within our rights to use it.[/p][/quote]Wakey should remember that when they went into administration they only lost 4 points not 6. if bulls were incorrectly docked 6 points then why shouldn't they appeal?[/p][/quote]Not only that ian_wrkk, but I seem to remember reading somehwere that on one occasion they even had the 4 point penalty reduced to 3 pts! So wakey have been deducted a total of 7 points for going into admin twice, we have been deducted 12. Well that seems fair![/p][/quote]Wakefield were deducted 4 points for going into administration, there was no reduction. They were deducted 4 points due to the new owners agreeing payment terms with the creditors who all received a percentage of what they were owed. The total debt was under £700k. They have entered administration once. When Bradford Bulls Holdings went into administration, the debts were £1.5m. Omar Khan did not take on any of the debt and his company OK Bulls started from scratch. That is why there was a 6 point deduction. The club was to receive half Sky money because the RFL had been funding the club to the tune of £150k a month & in oder to keep the club going after the takeover, other clubs were told to stay away from the playing squad. Kopczak & Whitehead decided they wanted to leave so didn't TUPE across. When Wakefield looked at admin again they were told if they did enter they would be relegated. Hence why Carter & others paid off everything that was owed & shipped out players in order to stay afloat. Bradford Bulls faced no such sanction for entering admin again, they were simply deducted 6 points. Marc Green got the club for £200k. That's far cheaper than paying off creditors of £700k this time, which he chose not to do. Players have left, just like they did at Wakefield. Wakefield didn't finish in the bottom two & if Green had played his hand differently players would have stayed at Bradford & they would be in a much better shape to fight the drop. He can't have it both ways. He put the club into admin to protect his own money, so the club paid the price with points & players leaving. BierleyBoy
  • Score: 0

7:46pm Thu 24 Apr 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Bierley,
Wakefield did not pay off all the debt.Carter said he borrowed £250,000 with his house as security to pay off the H.M.R.C,they used some of the Sky money to part pay some others and come to arrangements to pay instalments to others.That is different tp "paid off everything they owed to stay afloat"
Bierley, Wakefield did not pay off all the debt.Carter said he borrowed £250,000 with his house as security to pay off the H.M.R.C,they used some of the Sky money to part pay some others and come to arrangements to pay instalments to others.That is different tp "paid off everything they owed to stay afloat" spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 1

7:48pm Thu 24 Apr 14

AUGUST1964 says...

Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet.
Son of TVOR by any chance?
JOG ON BOY
Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet. Son of TVOR by any chance? JOG ON BOY AUGUST1964
  • Score: -3

8:18pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

AUGUST1964 wrote:
Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet.
Son of TVOR by any chance?
JOG ON BOY
Log on as Viking go on you know you want to. Bierley boy is far closer to the truth than you have ever been nut most still want to say it's all the RFL's fault.
[quote][p][bold]AUGUST1964[/bold] wrote: Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet. Son of TVOR by any chance? JOG ON BOY[/p][/quote]Log on as Viking go on you know you want to. Bierley boy is far closer to the truth than you have ever been nut most still want to say it's all the RFL's fault. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: 1

8:56pm Thu 24 Apr 14

blue marlin says...

AUGUST1964 wrote:
Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet.
Son of TVOR by any chance?
JOG ON BOY
Its this head in the sand mentality that has got the bulls into the position they are in now, I think all RL fans want to see all clubs run in a fit and proper manner and able to trade in profit and with in laid out budgets and regulation, only time will tell if the present set up will.
[quote][p][bold]AUGUST1964[/bold] wrote: Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet. Son of TVOR by any chance? JOG ON BOY[/p][/quote]Its this head in the sand mentality that has got the bulls into the position they are in now, I think all RL fans want to see all clubs run in a fit and proper manner and able to trade in profit and with in laid out budgets and regulation, only time will tell if the present set up will. blue marlin
  • Score: 2

9:00pm Thu 24 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

August Viking you still breathing ? With the amount of drivel you should have checked out by now.
August Viking you still breathing ? With the amount of drivel you should have checked out by now. axelf1963
  • Score: -1

9:07pm Thu 24 Apr 14

AUGUST1964 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
AUGUST1964 wrote:
Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet.
Son of TVOR by any chance?
JOG ON BOY
Log on as Viking go on you know you want to. Bierley boy is far closer to the truth than you have ever been nut most still want to say it's all the RFL's fault.
HEY "BITTER ONE"
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AUGUST1964[/bold] wrote: Anoher know it all,where in the article does it state anything about all that crap you must have taken hours to pull together from all over the internet and do you know Bulls fans are not interested in all of the admin stuff now they just want to see them stay in SL or at the very least survive in some sort of shape.You may like preaching but you can do that on a Sunday fom the pulpet. Son of TVOR by any chance? JOG ON BOY[/p][/quote]Log on as Viking go on you know you want to. Bierley boy is far closer to the truth than you have ever been nut most still want to say it's all the RFL's fault.[/p][/quote]HEY "BITTER ONE" AUGUST1964
  • Score: 0

9:10pm Thu 24 Apr 14

AUGUST1964 says...

Must admit this is loads of fun getting the resident trolls biting!!!!!!!!!!!
Must admit this is loads of fun getting the resident trolls biting!!!!!!!!!!! AUGUST1964
  • Score: 1

9:11pm Thu 24 Apr 14

cleckbull says...

axelf1963 wrote:
The last 3 posts are so far off the mark they make Viking look normal.
I hope you pay your mummy and daddy a portion of your dole money for all the time you're on the internet sonny !!
[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: The last 3 posts are so far off the mark they make Viking look normal.[/p][/quote]I hope you pay your mummy and daddy a portion of your dole money for all the time you're on the internet sonny !! cleckbull
  • Score: 2

10:15pm Thu 24 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

I would say its August aka Viking who is biting here but he has decided to put his head in the sand yet again like he did before his silly we're in the money song.
New verses tomorrow people.
I would say its August aka Viking who is biting here but he has decided to put his head in the sand yet again like he did before his silly we're in the money song. New verses tomorrow people. axelf1963
  • Score: -1

6:57am Fri 25 Apr 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

I think Axelf is Viking in disguise.He loves to say the name,VIKING,VIKING,V
IKING,VIKING,VIKING.
There everybody knows now Axel or whatever todays name is.
I think Axelf is Viking in disguise.He loves to say the name,VIKING,VIKING,V IKING,VIKING,VIKING. There everybody knows now Axel or whatever todays name is. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: -1

7:22am Fri 25 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

Oh look there is my little non paying bulls fan now.
Jog on lad you are boring me.
Oh look there is my little non paying bulls fan now. Jog on lad you are boring me. axelf1963
  • Score: 1

7:35am Fri 25 Apr 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

There you are,one of VIKINGS sayings,JOG ON .
There you are,one of VIKINGS sayings,JOG ON . spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: -1

7:42am Fri 25 Apr 14

axelf1963 says...

OK you have me I am the Viking I dont like rugby league and know nothing about the sport at all.
OK you have me I am the Viking I dont like rugby league and know nothing about the sport at all. axelf1963
  • Score: 1

8:37am Fri 25 Apr 14

Bull4Life says...

BierleyBoy, thank you. I stand corrected.
I had based my comment on a comment I had read by another poster...

NORTHER1964 wrote:
That's really funny Carter, wasn't it your club who was in admin twice about 7 years ago the first time you got 4 points deducted and then within 12 months you went into admin a second time in which you got another 4 points deduction to only get 1 point back after you appealed and that 1 point you got back relegated Salford so stop whinging you hypocrite.

.. which was posted on this T&A article:

http://www.thetelegr
aphandargus.co.uk/sp
ort/11153643.Wakefie
ld_chairman_wants_Br
adford_Bulls__points
_penalty_upheld/

Perhaps in future I should do my research before blindly accepting what others on here say. Apologies if I mislead anyone.
BierleyBoy, thank you. I stand corrected. I had based my comment on a comment I had read by another poster... NORTHER1964 wrote: That's really funny Carter, wasn't it your club who was in admin twice about 7 years ago the first time you got 4 points deducted and then within 12 months you went into admin a second time in which you got another 4 points deduction to only get 1 point back after you appealed and that 1 point you got back relegated Salford so stop whinging you hypocrite. .. which was posted on this T&A article: http://www.thetelegr aphandargus.co.uk/sp ort/11153643.Wakefie ld_chairman_wants_Br adford_Bulls__points _penalty_upheld/ Perhaps in future I should do my research before blindly accepting what others on here say. Apologies if I mislead anyone. Bull4Life
  • Score: -1

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