Jamie Foster: Turn-out from fans showed Bradford Bulls are a massive club

Jamie Foster: Turn-out from fans showed Bradford Bulls are a massive club

Jamie Foster: Turn-out from fans showed Bradford Bulls are a massive club

First published in Sport
Last updated
by

LAST week's win against Wigan was a fantastic result and we are keen to finish the season on a high.

It is definitely something we have spoken about and the fans deserve it.

The turn-out for Wednesday's lottery relaunch at Cedar Court was unbelievable and underlined just what a massive club this is.

It showed how many committed fans there are and this is what we are playing for now.

We only have a few games left and it's all about the fans now – we have to perform for them.

There are also players leaving as well and, as Jimmy touched on when he spoke to the fans on Wednesday night, it is going to be a different team next year.

For the players who are leaving, we want to send them off on a high and with some good memories.

It is looking very encouraging for next season already, with Lee Gaskell and Dale Ferguson committing themselves to the club.

As everyone knows, Gasky is a good mate of mine and I think he will be head and shoulders above anyone else in the Championship next season.

I think Bradford are very lucky to have him on board next year and I know there were a couple of good clubs after him who made very appealing offers.

But Bradford came up with the goods, offered him a deal and he has taken it, which is one of the main reasons why I believe they will bounce straight back up.

Now we have had Adam Sidlow and Tom Olbison doing likewise, plus Dan Fleming and Jake Mullaney will arrive from Castleford and Salford respectively.

It was great to see Dan and Jake at Cedar Court and I am sure there are more signings just around the corner.

I am made up for the lads who have agreed new deals and Bradford are a club who look after their players.

You only had to look at the top table on Wednesday night to see that there are some very passionate people running this club now.

I am sure the Bulls are going to do very well in the future – the very near future as well – and it would be great to build on the win against Wigan with something similar at Leeds tonight.

Comments

Comments are closed on this article.

Send us your news, pictures and videos

Most read stories

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree