Bradford Bulls to unveil new head coach at a press conference on Tuesday morning

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bulls owner Marc Green is set to unveil the club's new head coach on Tuesday morning Bulls owner Marc Green is set to unveil the club's new head coach on Tuesday morning

The Bulls are set to unveil the club's new head coach at a press conference at 9.30am on Tuesday morning.

Matt Diskin was placed in caretaker charge following the dismissal of Francis Cummins last Monday, but it appears his successor has now been chosen.

James Lowes, John Kear and Glenn Morrison are among the names to have been linked with the vacancy.

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5:54pm Mon 23 Jun 14

gordon ramsay says...

Permanent or til end of the season I wonder ....

The new man should not be judged on this season. It's already dead.

Our only chance of victory is v London. Even then with a group of players who won't even be here.

Good luck to the new man but we must give him the chance and a complete fresh start next season in the championship
Permanent or til end of the season I wonder .... The new man should not be judged on this season. It's already dead. Our only chance of victory is v London. Even then with a group of players who won't even be here. Good luck to the new man but we must give him the chance and a complete fresh start next season in the championship gordon ramsay
  • Score: 13

6:08pm Mon 23 Jun 14

BierleyBoy says...

So just 8 days after sacking Cummins, a new coach will be announced? Wakefield beating Wigan will make Green forget his pie in the sky high court threat?
So just 8 days after sacking Cummins, a new coach will be announced? Wakefield beating Wigan will make Green forget his pie in the sky high court threat? BierleyBoy
  • Score: -6

6:23pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The Fat Lady Sings says...

Does seem that the new head coach is going to oversee a run of ten straight defeats. Only St Hillaire can better that. Didn't Jimmy Lowes do a straight nine losses at Warrington? I cannot understand, though, why a replacement wasn't in place when the decision was made to sack Cummins. You may have well allowed him to leave at the end of the year whilst targeting your replacement choice behind the scenes. This way round makes no sense. And will he have the money to target Leon Pryce as Featherstone have just announced. So, if the new man is coming in to prepare for Championship rugby then my guess is that it will have to be John Kear or Glenn Morrison. Or could it be Ian Millward? He had Championship experience at Leigh. I just can't see it being Jimmy Lowes or Nobby Noble but stranger things have happened at Odsal.
Does seem that the new head coach is going to oversee a run of ten straight defeats. Only St Hillaire can better that. Didn't Jimmy Lowes do a straight nine losses at Warrington? I cannot understand, though, why a replacement wasn't in place when the decision was made to sack Cummins. You may have well allowed him to leave at the end of the year whilst targeting your replacement choice behind the scenes. This way round makes no sense. And will he have the money to target Leon Pryce as Featherstone have just announced. So, if the new man is coming in to prepare for Championship rugby then my guess is that it will have to be John Kear or Glenn Morrison. Or could it be Ian Millward? He had Championship experience at Leigh. I just can't see it being Jimmy Lowes or Nobby Noble but stranger things have happened at Odsal. The Fat Lady Sings
  • Score: 2

6:34pm Mon 23 Jun 14

BirchLane-1964 says...

Would it be a surprise if the new coach is already on the payroll??!! A certain RHP, then with brother Henry assisting on a part time basis?!!! Just throwing it out there.
Would it be a surprise if the new coach is already on the payroll??!! A certain RHP, then with brother Henry assisting on a part time basis?!!! Just throwing it out there. BirchLane-1964
  • Score: -9

7:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Videoref says...

The Fat Lady Sings wrote:
Does seem that the new head coach is going to oversee a run of ten straight defeats. Only St Hillaire can better that. Didn't Jimmy Lowes do a straight nine losses at Warrington? I cannot understand, though, why a replacement wasn't in place when the decision was made to sack Cummins. You may have well allowed him to leave at the end of the year whilst targeting your replacement choice behind the scenes. This way round makes no sense. And will he have the money to target Leon Pryce as Featherstone have just announced. So, if the new man is coming in to prepare for Championship rugby then my guess is that it will have to be John Kear or Glenn Morrison. Or could it be Ian Millward? He had Championship experience at Leigh. I just can't see it being Jimmy Lowes or Nobby Noble but stranger things have happened at Odsal.
Maybe the new coach WAS in place before Cummins was sacked but due to contractual situation an announcement had to be delayed?
[quote][p][bold]The Fat Lady Sings[/bold] wrote: Does seem that the new head coach is going to oversee a run of ten straight defeats. Only St Hillaire can better that. Didn't Jimmy Lowes do a straight nine losses at Warrington? I cannot understand, though, why a replacement wasn't in place when the decision was made to sack Cummins. You may have well allowed him to leave at the end of the year whilst targeting your replacement choice behind the scenes. This way round makes no sense. And will he have the money to target Leon Pryce as Featherstone have just announced. So, if the new man is coming in to prepare for Championship rugby then my guess is that it will have to be John Kear or Glenn Morrison. Or could it be Ian Millward? He had Championship experience at Leigh. I just can't see it being Jimmy Lowes or Nobby Noble but stranger things have happened at Odsal.[/p][/quote]Maybe the new coach WAS in place before Cummins was sacked but due to contractual situation an announcement had to be delayed? Videoref
  • Score: -4

7:32pm Mon 23 Jun 14

BirchLane-1964 says...

It's gonna be Jimmy and why not? He knows what the clubs all about, fans loved him, and he will have learnt a lot of lessons since his days at Warrington. Who knows, he may even persuade his old mate Leon to come play for free!!!! Haha as if!!
It's gonna be Jimmy and why not? He knows what the clubs all about, fans loved him, and he will have learnt a lot of lessons since his days at Warrington. Who knows, he may even persuade his old mate Leon to come play for free!!!! Haha as if!! BirchLane-1964
  • Score: 8

7:48pm Mon 23 Jun 14

axelf1963 says...

Its James lowes
Its James lowes axelf1963
  • Score: 2

8:18pm Mon 23 Jun 14

hunsworthbull says...

I have always thought that the Super League is a bit iffy Noble went to Wigan they stayed up, the powers didn't want them out of the top flight wins looked dodgy, no one seems to win in France to keep the interest there, Wigan lose to the Wildcats after thrashing Widnes worked out just right for all the to---rs who run Super league Bulls definitely down also I think the refereeing at Odsal leaves a lot to be desired. Bulls were the front runners in helping Super league take off seems they have forgotten all that. Needs new people in to get back on the road I think it is slowly dieing
I have always thought that the Super League is a bit iffy Noble went to Wigan they stayed up, the powers didn't want them out of the top flight wins looked dodgy, no one seems to win in France to keep the interest there, Wigan lose to the Wildcats after thrashing Widnes worked out just right for all the to---rs who run Super league Bulls definitely down also I think the refereeing at Odsal leaves a lot to be desired. Bulls were the front runners in helping Super league take off seems they have forgotten all that. Needs new people in to get back on the road I think it is slowly dieing hunsworthbull
  • Score: -1

8:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The Fat Lady Sings says...

I have heard, from a usually reliable source, it is a certain Mr James Lowes.
I have heard, from a usually reliable source, it is a certain Mr James Lowes. The Fat Lady Sings
  • Score: 2

8:30pm Mon 23 Jun 14

colgre says...

axelf1963 wrote:
Its James lowes
yeah , agree with you there....
[quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Its James lowes[/p][/quote]yeah , agree with you there.... colgre
  • Score: 1

9:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

bradfordbronco says...

colgre wrote:
axelf1963 wrote:
Its James lowes
yeah , agree with you there....
Its pretty obvious its James Lowes. Axelf is doing his usual go with what the bookies think then pretend he's really clever.

Predicting James Lowes as the new coach is hardly a bold or clever call. Its so obvious i can't believe Axelf even thought it worth a mention. Still in the morning he'll be saying I told you all so. Might a well predict I'll be having Turkey at Christmas
[quote][p][bold]colgre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Its James lowes[/p][/quote]yeah , agree with you there....[/p][/quote]Its pretty obvious its James Lowes. Axelf is doing his usual go with what the bookies think then pretend he's really clever. Predicting James Lowes as the new coach is hardly a bold or clever call. Its so obvious i can't believe Axelf even thought it worth a mention. Still in the morning he'll be saying I told you all so. Might a well predict I'll be having Turkey at Christmas bradfordbronco
  • Score: 5

10:50pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Thee Voice of Reason says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
colgre wrote:
axelf1963 wrote:
Its James lowes
yeah , agree with you there....
Its pretty obvious its James Lowes. Axelf is doing his usual go with what the bookies think then pretend he's really clever.

Predicting James Lowes as the new coach is hardly a bold or clever call. Its so obvious i can't believe Axelf even thought it worth a mention. Still in the morning he'll be saying I told you all so. Might a well predict I'll be having Turkey at Christmas
Some need the obvious pointing out. Like how OK was taking the club to the brink of extinction whilst you and your mate Viking just pretended everything was fine.
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]colgre[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]axelf1963[/bold] wrote: Its James lowes[/p][/quote]yeah , agree with you there....[/p][/quote]Its pretty obvious its James Lowes. Axelf is doing his usual go with what the bookies think then pretend he's really clever. Predicting James Lowes as the new coach is hardly a bold or clever call. Its so obvious i can't believe Axelf even thought it worth a mention. Still in the morning he'll be saying I told you all so. Might a well predict I'll be having Turkey at Christmas[/p][/quote]Some need the obvious pointing out. Like how OK was taking the club to the brink of extinction whilst you and your mate Viking just pretended everything was fine. Thee Voice of Reason
  • Score: -1

7:13am Tue 24 Jun 14

axelf1963 says...

I was giving BB a fact TVOR and not what I think. I had it confirmed to me yesterday, The bulls sure do like their Leeds connections.
I was giving BB a fact TVOR and not what I think. I had it confirmed to me yesterday, The bulls sure do like their Leeds connections. axelf1963
  • Score: -2

8:14am Tue 24 Jun 14

BCFC LAD says says...

Strange how you a shift worker at Colloids get prior confirmation!!!! Course I suppose being Mr Molecule you still have connections.
Strange how you a shift worker at Colloids get prior confirmation!!!! Course I suppose being Mr Molecule you still have connections. BCFC LAD says
  • Score: 2

8:35am Tue 24 Jun 14

gordon ramsay says...

hunsworthbull wrote:
I have always thought that the Super League is a bit iffy Noble went to Wigan they stayed up, the powers didn't want them out of the top flight wins looked dodgy, no one seems to win in France to keep the interest there, Wigan lose to the Wildcats after thrashing Widnes worked out just right for all the to---rs who run Super league Bulls definitely down also I think the refereeing at Odsal leaves a lot to be desired. Bulls were the front runners in helping Super league take off seems they have forgotten all that. Needs new people in to get back on the road I think it is slowly dieing
I've never heard such utter one eyed rubbish in my life !!!!

SL may be able to improve but your conspiracies are laughable and those of a very bad loser.

Wigan stayed up because they invested and fought. We didn't and we rolled over.

Catalan win at home because thy treat their home as a fortress. We do not.

Poor teams always blame the ref. The ref doesn't miss tackles, take poor options, knock on and concede 40 points a week !!! We do !!!!

We will go down because. We spent money we didn't have and because we have been INTRNALLY mismanaged for years and years. We could be given 10 points back this year and still be relegated because we are a joke of a club at present and fools like you make us an even bigger laughing stock by spouting such one eyed rubbish !!!!
[quote][p][bold]hunsworthbull[/bold] wrote: I have always thought that the Super League is a bit iffy Noble went to Wigan they stayed up, the powers didn't want them out of the top flight wins looked dodgy, no one seems to win in France to keep the interest there, Wigan lose to the Wildcats after thrashing Widnes worked out just right for all the to---rs who run Super league Bulls definitely down also I think the refereeing at Odsal leaves a lot to be desired. Bulls were the front runners in helping Super league take off seems they have forgotten all that. Needs new people in to get back on the road I think it is slowly dieing[/p][/quote]I've never heard such utter one eyed rubbish in my life !!!! SL may be able to improve but your conspiracies are laughable and those of a very bad loser. Wigan stayed up because they invested and fought. We didn't and we rolled over. Catalan win at home because thy treat their home as a fortress. We do not. Poor teams always blame the ref. The ref doesn't miss tackles, take poor options, knock on and concede 40 points a week !!! We do !!!! We will go down because. We spent money we didn't have and because we have been INTRNALLY mismanaged for years and years. We could be given 10 points back this year and still be relegated because we are a joke of a club at present and fools like you make us an even bigger laughing stock by spouting such one eyed rubbish !!!! gordon ramsay
  • Score: 15

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