Mark Offerdahl joins the Bradford Bulls revolution

Mark Offerdahl playing for the United States against Scotland in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup

Mark Offerdahl playing for the United States against Scotland in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup

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USA World Cup hero Mark Offerdahl has become the latest new recruit to join the Bulls after agreeing a one-year deal for next season.

The prop caught the eye of a host of scouts after playing in all four of the Tomahawks' World Cup matches last year as they set up a quarter-final with Australia.

The 26-year-old then moved to Championship outfit North Wales Crusaders ahead of the current campaign.

He scored five tries in 15 games for the Wrexham-based side before heading home to Australia in June to join Illawarra Cutters, the feeder club of St George Ilawarra Dragons.

Prior to joining Crusaders, the Manly Sea Eagles product had a spell over in France with ASC Carcassonne, with whom he won a league and cup double, before a brief stint in rugby union in America with Connecticut Wildcats.

Offerdahl is now relishing the challenge of helping Bradford return to Super League at the first attempt next year, with his move subject to visa approval.

Queensland-born Offerdahl said: “The plan is to force my way into the team and play big minutes, while making an impact.

“I'm certainly looking forward to the challenge at hand and I can't wait to get over to the UK to get everything underway.

“As soon as the opportunity to play for such a big club came up, I jumped at it. I had very little hesitation in doing so.

“I spoke to a few of the boys I know over there and they had nothing but good things to say about the Bulls and the direction the club is going in.

“To be going back into a very professional, full-time environment will be great for me and my game.

“I want to take my performance to another level with the Bulls and really make my presence known.

“For me, the sky is the limit and the chance of making it back into Super League – with Bradford – is one I am relishing.”

Bulls head coach Jimmy Lowes said he was delighted with the addition of Offerdahl to a squad which is quickly taking shape.

Adam O’Brien, Adam Sidlow, Tom Olbison, Lee Gaskell and Dale Ferguson have re-signed, while Offerdahl, Dan Fleming, Jake Mullaney, Dave Petersen and Etu Uaisele will come on board as new recruits.

“Mark will add a lot of power, size and energy to our front line next year,” said Lowes.

“He is a player who has really impressed me and I am pleased with the homework we have done on him.

“Mark is keen to come over and have a crack at Super League with us.

“But, in order to do that, he knows he will have to play his part in helping us earn promotion in 2015.

“He is an international forward, who I felt did a great job for the USA in the World Cup, and this a big chance for him to prove himself.

“Hopefully, he will do well here and the one-year deal will become much longer.

“I believe Mark's addition will further enhance the good blend of forwards we are putting together.”

Meanwhile, the Bulls' Under-19s claimed an impressive 30-18 victory at London Broncos on Saturday.

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7:54am Mon 11 Aug 14

Bowlingboy says...

Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too.

The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year.
Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too. The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year. Bowlingboy
  • Score: 13

8:38am Mon 11 Aug 14

CanaBull says...

He was a standout in the USA team against Canada last year before another good showing at RLWC2013, good signing for us.
He was a standout in the USA team against Canada last year before another good showing at RLWC2013, good signing for us. CanaBull
  • Score: 6

8:38am Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

Honesty call from my self here. I read the headline and though who!!?!?!?!

BUT

Its so refreshing to have a coach/board etc that I actually trust and as a result, I completely trust their Judgement and I am excited to see this guy and the squad play next year.

Championship wont know what's hit them, 5000-6000 average gates. BOOM!!

COYB
Honesty call from my self here. I read the headline and though who!!?!?!?! BUT Its so refreshing to have a coach/board etc that I actually trust and as a result, I completely trust their Judgement and I am excited to see this guy and the squad play next year. Championship wont know what's hit them, 5000-6000 average gates. BOOM!! COYB bulls916uk
  • Score: 19

9:18am Mon 11 Aug 14

CanaBull says...

Perhaps a bit more out of the box thinking is needed to change things up a bit. Could do a lot worse than look at North America. Players may not have the rugby league pedigree, but there are a lot of talented athletes in Canada and the US who could make the grade given the right coaching and environment.
Perhaps a bit more out of the box thinking is needed to change things up a bit. Could do a lot worse than look at North America. Players may not have the rugby league pedigree, but there are a lot of talented athletes in Canada and the US who could make the grade given the right coaching and environment. CanaBull
  • Score: 9

9:23am Mon 11 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: -7

9:38am Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22?

Top lad, well done
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22? Top lad, well done bulls916uk
  • Score: 8

9:39am Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

Bowlingboy wrote:
Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too.

The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year.
Whose the other prop?
[quote][p][bold]Bowlingboy[/bold] wrote: Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too. The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year.[/p][/quote]Whose the other prop? bulls916uk
  • Score: 1

9:45am Mon 11 Aug 14

CanaBull says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
Definitely. Because they play tons of American Football in Queensland, Australia.
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]Definitely. Because they play tons of American Football in Queensland, Australia. CanaBull
  • Score: 4

9:49am Mon 11 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

bulls916uk wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22?

Top lad, well done
Big Jim scored twice at the weekend so I don't know why you've brought him into it. And the fans celebrate the fact that he used to work at the Co-Op - we were singing that on Saturday!
You seem a little bit touchy, lad.
[quote][p][bold]bulls916uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22? Top lad, well done[/p][/quote]Big Jim scored twice at the weekend so I don't know why you've brought him into it. And the fans celebrate the fact that he used to work at the Co-Op - we were singing that on Saturday! You seem a little bit touchy, lad. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: -9

9:59am Mon 11 Aug 14

Parz says...

bulls916uk wrote:
Bowlingboy wrote: Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too. The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year.
Whose the other prop?
Hadn't heard of him before it but he showed up well in the World Cup. I'm looking forward to seeing how he goes. Another good signing.

As for the other prop, I'd heard a name banded about, Samir...something-or
-other (I can't remember the surname) that we've been linked with. Not sure if it's truth or rumour though.
[quote][p][bold]bulls916uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bowlingboy[/bold] wrote: Good news! I hear we have signed another prop too. The squad is starting to take shape, I am looking forward to seeing the first match next year.[/p][/quote]Whose the other prop?[/p][/quote]Hadn't heard of him before it but he showed up well in the World Cup. I'm looking forward to seeing how he goes. Another good signing. As for the other prop, I'd heard a name banded about, Samir...something-or -other (I can't remember the surname) that we've been linked with. Not sure if it's truth or rumour though. Parz
  • Score: 0

10:09am Mon 11 Aug 14

Sheffieldbull says...

Samir Tahraoui

Mark should be a good signing!
Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing! Sheffieldbull
  • Score: 0

10:20am Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
bulls916uk wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22?

Top lad, well done
Big Jim scored twice at the weekend so I don't know why you've brought him into it. And the fans celebrate the fact that he used to work at the Co-Op - we were singing that on Saturday!
You seem a little bit touchy, lad.
not touchy young sir, just simply putting your post into context for your team.

Dont get all defensive now will you
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bulls916uk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]As opposed to James Hanson cleaning up the mess on aisle 7 and/or helping Mrs Miggins on check out 22? Top lad, well done[/p][/quote]Big Jim scored twice at the weekend so I don't know why you've brought him into it. And the fans celebrate the fact that he used to work at the Co-Op - we were singing that on Saturday! You seem a little bit touchy, lad.[/p][/quote]not touchy young sir, just simply putting your post into context for your team. Dont get all defensive now will you bulls916uk
  • Score: 1

10:21am Mon 11 Aug 14

Parz says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing!
That's him. Do we know if he's any good?
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing![/p][/quote]That's him. Do we know if he's any good? Parz
  • Score: 1

10:37am Mon 11 Aug 14

A650 says...

He's enormous.
He's enormous. A650
  • Score: 3

10:42am Mon 11 Aug 14

Mumby was the best says...

Mark could be a good signing. Showed up well in the World Cup and going full time should help him no end.
Samir Tahraoui (if the rumours of him signing are true) is a monster, 6ft 5" played for Whitehaven this year and was going well till a mid season injury but apparently played really well yesterday against Batley.
These lads are always worth a try especially when they can develop by going full time.
Really looking forward to next year, hopefully others are and we can move some season tickets. COYB
Mark could be a good signing. Showed up well in the World Cup and going full time should help him no end. Samir Tahraoui (if the rumours of him signing are true) is a monster, 6ft 5" played for Whitehaven this year and was going well till a mid season injury but apparently played really well yesterday against Batley. These lads are always worth a try especially when they can develop by going full time. Really looking forward to next year, hopefully others are and we can move some season tickets. COYB Mumby was the best
  • Score: 11

10:46am Mon 11 Aug 14

Sheffieldbull says...

Parz wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing!
That's him. Do we know if he's any good?
Read some very positive things about him from Swinton fans. Also a very good all round sportsman.
[quote][p][bold]Parz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing![/p][/quote]That's him. Do we know if he's any good?[/p][/quote]Read some very positive things about him from Swinton fans. Also a very good all round sportsman. Sheffieldbull
  • Score: 3

10:57am Mon 11 Aug 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well?

If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them.

If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams.
a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well? If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them. If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams. fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: -1

11:18am Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

fedupwiththeBS wrote:
a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well?

If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them.

If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams.
Maybe you should become a scout.

You have totally contradicted yourself there mate. If these Eastern European Teams had good enough players, they would be here now. We are going for young talented players that are tried and tested at this level, also with a good pedigree to improve if and when required. Just because they can run hard, doesn't make them up to the full time rigors of Super League or part time Championship.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well? If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them. If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams.[/p][/quote]Maybe you should become a scout. You have totally contradicted yourself there mate. If these Eastern European Teams had good enough players, they would be here now. We are going for young talented players that are tried and tested at this level, also with a good pedigree to improve if and when required. Just because they can run hard, doesn't make them up to the full time rigors of Super League or part time Championship. bulls916uk
  • Score: 8

11:52am Mon 11 Aug 14

Sheffieldbull says...

Spot on bulls916uk, for some who is supposedly 'fed up with the BS', that poster seems willing to spout plenty of it!
Spot on bulls916uk, for some who is supposedly 'fed up with the BS', that poster seems willing to spout plenty of it! Sheffieldbull
  • Score: 4

12:13pm Mon 11 Aug 14

bully4us says...

Looking at the compilation of him on YouTube I instantly thought he looks no worse than the likes of Scrouton and Nas. He actually looks quite aggressive in taking the ball up. There will always be this argument about signing players from lower leagues. Top players need to come from somewhere. Wigan, Wire and Saints have recently brought forwards from the championship and done very well. Sometimes players end up there because nobody is willing to take a punt. It sounds like Addy and Donno have re-signed so they need 5 big props in front of them. Full time training under Jimmy will make a massive difference to most players. If they have the basics then they might just turn out good. If not, it is a one year deal. Why can't we just sign 30 internationals? £1m salary cap is the answer to that. We are only signing a few like this as I expect a number of the current squad to stay and be announce over the next few weeks.
Looking at the compilation of him on YouTube I instantly thought he looks no worse than the likes of Scrouton and Nas. He actually looks quite aggressive in taking the ball up. There will always be this argument about signing players from lower leagues. Top players need to come from somewhere. Wigan, Wire and Saints have recently brought forwards from the championship and done very well. Sometimes players end up there because nobody is willing to take a punt. It sounds like Addy and Donno have re-signed so they need 5 big props in front of them. Full time training under Jimmy will make a massive difference to most players. If they have the basics then they might just turn out good. If not, it is a one year deal. Why can't we just sign 30 internationals? £1m salary cap is the answer to that. We are only signing a few like this as I expect a number of the current squad to stay and be announce over the next few weeks. bully4us
  • Score: 5

12:24pm Mon 11 Aug 14

raisemeup says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic.
We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also.
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic. We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also. raisemeup
  • Score: 5

12:41pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Farsley Bantam says...

raisemeup wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic.
We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also.
How paranoid and defensive can you get! I've not even had a dig at the Bulls. The post just refered to the fact that he has represented the USA.
Go for a lie down raisemeup.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic. We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also.[/p][/quote]How paranoid and defensive can you get! I've not even had a dig at the Bulls. The post just refered to the fact that he has represented the USA. Go for a lie down raisemeup. Farsley Bantam
  • Score: -3

12:43pm Mon 11 Aug 14

flashdonut says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Parz wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing!
That's him. Do we know if he's any good?
Read some very positive things about him from Swinton fans. Also a very good all round sportsman.
Man of Match three times in last six games for Whitehaven. 6'6", 19 stone 22 year old Algerian. Played at Saints academy. There's a video on Youtube of him. Looks a right handful. Squatting players away. Would love him in a full time environment, he will go on to be a great player.
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Parz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: Samir Tahraoui Mark should be a good signing![/p][/quote]That's him. Do we know if he's any good?[/p][/quote]Read some very positive things about him from Swinton fans. Also a very good all round sportsman.[/p][/quote]Man of Match three times in last six games for Whitehaven. 6'6", 19 stone 22 year old Algerian. Played at Saints academy. There's a video on Youtube of him. Looks a right handful. Squatting players away. Would love him in a full time environment, he will go on to be a great player. flashdonut
  • Score: 2

1:01pm Mon 11 Aug 14

bulls916uk says...

Farsley Bantam wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
Farsley Bantam wrote:
Like totally super man!
A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.
There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic.
We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also.
How paranoid and defensive can you get! I've not even had a dig at the Bulls. The post just refered to the fact that he has represented the USA.
Go for a lie down raisemeup.
Now now Farsley.............
.... ssssshhhh, there's a good boy, ssssshhhhh

Thats it, thank you!
[quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Farsley Bantam[/bold] wrote: Like totally super man! A new quarter back should really strengthen the Bulls offence. I can see this dude scoring tons of touchdowns for the Bulls this season.[/p][/quote]There speaks a mighty intellect who probably cut his teeth on Farsley Celtic. We will have the back of a postage stamp ready so he can write his next post on Rugby League and the Bulls, there will be enough room for his pen name also.[/p][/quote]How paranoid and defensive can you get! I've not even had a dig at the Bulls. The post just refered to the fact that he has represented the USA. Go for a lie down raisemeup.[/p][/quote]Now now Farsley............. .... ssssshhhh, there's a good boy, ssssshhhhh Thats it, thank you! bulls916uk
  • Score: 1

2:50pm Mon 11 Aug 14

northern pig says...

Great news! size and mobility matter in the front row and all over the park for that matter, it is what R/L is all about now .Widnes came up short yesterday partly because they were lacking in that area. If these two props are aggressive, can tackle and run straight we are halfway there. Just look what as happened to Salford this year signing guys who were going to roll over the competition. Get them season tickets out now ,they will fly out of the door and increase The Bulls spending power.
Great news! size and mobility matter in the front row and all over the park for that matter, it is what R/L is all about now .Widnes came up short yesterday partly because they were lacking in that area. If these two props are aggressive, can tackle and run straight we are halfway there. Just look what as happened to Salford this year signing guys who were going to roll over the competition. Get them season tickets out now ,they will fly out of the door and increase The Bulls spending power. northern pig
  • Score: 2

4:52pm Mon 11 Aug 14

raisemeup says...

With all the relegation from Championship to Championship 1.
A lot more players will be up for grabs, 5 teams from the championship will be down by over 50% central distribution money in 2015.
How can they afford to keep any overseas Player unless he can get a job? Which of course his Visa/work permit won't allow? Same will apply for all teams in Championship 1 who have finished below 3 in the current league structure, as their compensation will be : Highest £200k to also ran £150K with a salary cap at £1m, quite laughable really. Is this the famous RFLs level playing field plan?

Must admit to feeling that our game is a bit like the 1st World War insofar that Lions have been led by Donkeys for too long, and before TVOR spouts his rebuttal, I accept that this has happened at club management levels also.
With all the relegation from Championship to Championship 1. A lot more players will be up for grabs, 5 teams from the championship will be down by over 50% central distribution money in 2015. How can they afford to keep any overseas Player unless he can get a job? Which of course his Visa/work permit won't allow? Same will apply for all teams in Championship 1 who have finished below 3 in the current league structure, as their compensation will be : Highest £200k to also ran £150K with a salary cap at £1m, quite laughable really. Is this the famous RFLs level playing field plan? Must admit to feeling that our game is a bit like the 1st World War insofar that Lions have been led by Donkeys for too long, and before TVOR spouts his rebuttal, I accept that this has happened at club management levels also. raisemeup
  • Score: 1

5:44pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Mik_e says...

Delaying the inevitable?
Delaying the inevitable? Mik_e
  • Score: -1

9:18pm Mon 11 Aug 14

Bone_idle18 says...

fedupwiththeBS wrote:
a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well?

If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them.

If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams.
Zak Hardaker current England fullback player at Feathers tone, Liam Finn, currently guiding Cas to playoffs and cup final, Championship player last season. Lots of talented players in the Championship.
[quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: a good signing but we are getting excited as we are signing Championship standard players in an attempt to get back into super league and players being released by other championship sides as well? If they are that good why are the other clubs not hanging onto them. If it is big hard running props that we need then we should be looking at some of the East European teams.[/p][/quote]Zak Hardaker current England fullback player at Feathers tone, Liam Finn, currently guiding Cas to playoffs and cup final, Championship player last season. Lots of talented players in the Championship. Bone_idle18
  • Score: 7

3:46pm Tue 12 Aug 14

jozieme says...

I'd like to hear that jimmy is looking for or has already got in mind a good scrum half( not a utility player.). but a proper scrum half who runs the show, lets see who turns up eh....
I'd like to hear that jimmy is looking for or has already got in mind a good scrum half( not a utility player.). but a proper scrum half who runs the show, lets see who turns up eh.... jozieme
  • Score: 3

9:41pm Tue 12 Aug 14

bradfordbronco says...

jozieme wrote:
I'd like to hear that jimmy is looking for or has already got in mind a good scrum half( not a utility player.). but a proper scrum half who runs the show, lets see who turns up eh....
Not so much who turns up but how much we can improve him or get out of him. Remember Marc Herbert. We turned him into an idiot. From what i've seen of Jimmy so far it looks like he can get the most out of his players which will be the key to rebuilding the club
[quote][p][bold]jozieme[/bold] wrote: I'd like to hear that jimmy is looking for or has already got in mind a good scrum half( not a utility player.). but a proper scrum half who runs the show, lets see who turns up eh....[/p][/quote]Not so much who turns up but how much we can improve him or get out of him. Remember Marc Herbert. We turned him into an idiot. From what i've seen of Jimmy so far it looks like he can get the most out of his players which will be the key to rebuilding the club bradfordbronco
  • Score: 0

10:18am Wed 13 Aug 14

Bone_idle18 says...

I wish we'd kept Kyle Briggs,I don't think eh was given a fair crack of the whip, and he's offer a lot in a Championship side.

wonder if we could get him back from Dewsbury?
I wish we'd kept Kyle Briggs,I don't think eh was given a fair crack of the whip, and he's offer a lot in a Championship side. wonder if we could get him back from Dewsbury? Bone_idle18
  • Score: 0

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