Green seeking Sunday-best Odsal turn-out to provide Bradford Bulls players with fitting farewell

MARC Green says retiring skipper Matt Diskin

MARC Green says retiring skipper Matt Diskin "deserves to be applauded" for his long career

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BULLS chairman Marc Green has called on fans to form Odsal’s biggest crowd of the season in Sunday’s visit of Widnes as a tribute to the club’s departing players.

Club captain Matt Diskin is retiring and Brett Kearney, Luke Gale, Jamie Foster, Manase Manuokafoa, James Donaldson, Sam Wood and Jamal Fakir have all confirmed they are to leave.

Elliot Kear and Luke George also look certain to move on but Green is urging supporters to turn out in force for Bradford’s final home game in the top flight.

Crowds have dipped steadily throughout the season and the 5,188 who witnessed the home defeat to Catalan in June marked the Bulls’ lowest-ever home attendance in Super League.

A season-best of 10,106 saw the visit of Leeds in April but Green said: “I’m hoping for the biggest turn-out of the year on Sunday.

“If it’s not the biggest, then I’m certainly hoping it will be the second-biggest.

“It might be a tall order but I think it’s important that we not only say thanks to the players who have signed up for next season but an even bigger thanks to those who are moving onto pastures new.

“It’s also about paying tribute to all the groundstaff who have worked hard to ensure that all the games have gone ahead through the troubling times.

“Finally, it’s about tipping your hat to a man who has enjoyed an outstanding career and quite simply deserves to be applauded.

“Matt Diskin may have only given four years of his 14-year career to Bradford but it was still a fair chunk of his time in the game and I think he deserves to be applauded.

“Anyone who retires at the end of a career which includes four Super League titles and a World Club Challenge title demonstrates a huge commitment to the game and professionalism.

“Moreover, he has yielded the rewards of his efforts both on and off the field.

“The title of Bradford Bulls captain suited him and was one he wore with pride, honour and justification. He has enjoyed an outstanding career.”

Green is keen that supporters recognise the efforts of the club’s departing stars, adding: “We don’t need to spend time labouring on the turmoil that the club has gone through.

“However, throughout everything the players have turned up and put their bodies on the line, game in and game out with the utmost professionalism.

“For that alone, I want to thank them for their contribution to the club and wish them all the best for wherever their careers take them.

“Furthermore, I really hope that despite any ill feeling people may still have towards me or resentment towards the club for the troubles of yesteryear, the supporters of Bradford Bulls can put all that to one side on Sunday and turn out in the biggest way possible.”

Green said more signings would be announced at next Thursday’s ‘An Evening with the Bulls’ event at Odsal.

He added that he would continue to spend time on the terraces during games after watching the first half of Sunday’s defeat at Castleford from behind the posts with the Bulls fans.

The lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan added: “At 49 years of age and after 45 years of watching sport in some capacity, I’ve always watched from the terraces and only very rarely have I gone corporate.

“I love the banter, the camaraderie, the comedy and the chanting – it’s a completely different kind of buzz.”

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8:45am Thu 4 Sep 14

wetherbybull says...

well mr Green ive got to that after giving my £100 to help keep the club afloat and watched what followed i refused to buy a season ticket as a way of demonstrating my discontent with the way the club was run and the pretenders involved. I have watched the honeymoon period of your takeover and my confidence has changed dramatically in relation to the running of the bulls . I for one and my son will once again be buying season tickets on the back of the work youve done in making steps to turn this once great club around . we will also be there on Sunday to honour the players and staff.
well mr Green ive got to that after giving my £100 to help keep the club afloat and watched what followed i refused to buy a season ticket as a way of demonstrating my discontent with the way the club was run and the pretenders involved. I have watched the honeymoon period of your takeover and my confidence has changed dramatically in relation to the running of the bulls . I for one and my son will once again be buying season tickets on the back of the work youve done in making steps to turn this once great club around . we will also be there on Sunday to honour the players and staff. wetherbybull
  • Score: 52

9:03am Thu 4 Sep 14

nosher says...

I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb
I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb nosher
  • Score: 36

9:47am Thu 4 Sep 14

1964gc says...

nosher wrote:
I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb
His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it

he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb[/p][/quote]His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts 1964gc
  • Score: 32

9:49am Thu 4 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Nosher,
I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons.
Nosher, I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 0

10:26am Thu 4 Sep 14

bully4us says...

Our chairman is a serious businessman who "possibly" accidentally acquired a rugby club. He now appears to be enjoying himself a bit and the Bulls may turn out to be an enjoyable hobby / side business for him. He also has the money to back up his ideas which is what previous owners didn't have. I hope he turns out to be the best thing that has happened to the club in years. He has made a good start and seems to be straight with everyone which makes a nice change. People will back a boss and give their best if they believe they are being treated properly and told the truth. Don't forget he has also brought in some good people to run the club - especially Ferres who will run the club properly for him.
Our chairman is a serious businessman who "possibly" accidentally acquired a rugby club. He now appears to be enjoying himself a bit and the Bulls may turn out to be an enjoyable hobby / side business for him. He also has the money to back up his ideas which is what previous owners didn't have. I hope he turns out to be the best thing that has happened to the club in years. He has made a good start and seems to be straight with everyone which makes a nice change. People will back a boss and give their best if they believe they are being treated properly and told the truth. Don't forget he has also brought in some good people to run the club - especially Ferres who will run the club properly for him. bully4us
  • Score: 21

10:29am Thu 4 Sep 14

bully4us says...

Ross has just said we have signed Jay Pitts. Confirmed in Hull Newspaper.
Another good signing. They really are trying to keep a SL quality team for next season. Lets hope supporters buy season tickets in large numbers.
Ross has just said we have signed Jay Pitts. Confirmed in Hull Newspaper. Another good signing. They really are trying to keep a SL quality team for next season. Lets hope supporters buy season tickets in large numbers. bully4us
  • Score: 28

10:39am Thu 4 Sep 14

myway! says...

Totalrl.com reporting we have signed up Pitts!
I think its a good signing but we are still about 7-8 signings short of a competitive squad.
Would love to see some battle hardened forwards coming in with some size to bust the line, we don't have anyone capable of that at the moment unless Ferguson can get back to his best.
We are going to be a target for every side in the Championship next year and every team will probably up there game a good 10% when they play us, we need some nasty forwards to help out and protect the very good and exciting young talent Jimmy has brought in.
Here's hoping because im desperate for us to get back into SL!
Totalrl.com reporting we have signed up Pitts! I think its a good signing but we are still about 7-8 signings short of a competitive squad. Would love to see some battle hardened forwards coming in with some size to bust the line, we don't have anyone capable of that at the moment unless Ferguson can get back to his best. We are going to be a target for every side in the Championship next year and every team will probably up there game a good 10% when they play us, we need some nasty forwards to help out and protect the very good and exciting young talent Jimmy has brought in. Here's hoping because im desperate for us to get back into SL! myway!
  • Score: 13

10:42am Thu 4 Sep 14

raisemeup says...

Couldn't agree more with everything that has been said.
A good bloke to have around, lets back him and the efforts of the club to get back into SL.
Looks like never again will we be fooled by false promises. no one will pull the wool over MGs eyes.
COYB and lets all go GREEN for Sunday.
Couldn't agree more with everything that has been said. A good bloke to have around, lets back him and the efforts of the club to get back into SL. Looks like never again will we be fooled by false promises. no one will pull the wool over MGs eyes. COYB and lets all go GREEN for Sunday. raisemeup
  • Score: 17

12:23pm Thu 4 Sep 14

nosher says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Nosher,
I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons.
Alright spangles. Don't know that out of sh*te bloke and don't want to. Axelf is a man of strong principles. He won't even go to odslum as he calls it to watch his son play in a curtain raiser. Or it could be that he is tighter than cramp lol.
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Nosher, I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons.[/p][/quote]Alright spangles. Don't know that out of sh*te bloke and don't want to. Axelf is a man of strong principles. He won't even go to odslum as he calls it to watch his son play in a curtain raiser. Or it could be that he is tighter than cramp lol. nosher
  • Score: 3

1:33pm Thu 4 Sep 14

fedupwiththeBS says...

Yes Green has taken our Club into admin cost us 6 points and then did not buy any players until it was too late and he was forced to change coach and attic.

We are now Championship bound with a Championship standard team that is going to see us stuck in the lower leagues for a while.

The Club is also struggling for sponsors but that has not been mentioned by Green as yet.

He has still yet to impress me when you considered what was on offer from the other bidders for the Club.
Yes Green has taken our Club into admin cost us 6 points and then did not buy any players until it was too late and he was forced to change coach and attic. We are now Championship bound with a Championship standard team that is going to see us stuck in the lower leagues for a while. The Club is also struggling for sponsors but that has not been mentioned by Green as yet. He has still yet to impress me when you considered what was on offer from the other bidders for the Club. fedupwiththeBS
  • Score: -19

3:05pm Thu 4 Sep 14

1964gc says...

fedupwiththeBS wrote:
Yes Green has taken our Club into admin cost us 6 points and then did not buy any players until it was too late and he was forced to change coach and attic.

We are now Championship bound with a Championship standard team that is going to see us stuck in the lower leagues for a while.

The Club is also struggling for sponsors but that has not been mentioned by Green as yet.

He has still yet to impress me when you considered what was on offer from the other bidders for the Club.
a little bit blinkered imo,

was he supposed to gamble and saddle us with contracts we could nt afford-I think not ,that's why we got into a mess to start with.

he is a professional business man who cuts his cloth accordingly.


please remember without his loan originally ,the trap door would have opened sooner.its sort of fate how he got the club and I personally feel its worked out well.the club is stable at least ,which not many others are btw
[quote][p][bold]fedupwiththeBS[/bold] wrote: Yes Green has taken our Club into admin cost us 6 points and then did not buy any players until it was too late and he was forced to change coach and attic. We are now Championship bound with a Championship standard team that is going to see us stuck in the lower leagues for a while. The Club is also struggling for sponsors but that has not been mentioned by Green as yet. He has still yet to impress me when you considered what was on offer from the other bidders for the Club.[/p][/quote]a little bit blinkered imo, was he supposed to gamble and saddle us with contracts we could nt afford-I think not ,that's why we got into a mess to start with. he is a professional business man who cuts his cloth accordingly. please remember without his loan originally ,the trap door would have opened sooner.its sort of fate how he got the club and I personally feel its worked out well.the club is stable at least ,which not many others are btw 1964gc
  • Score: 12

4:40pm Thu 4 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Agree nosher about O.O.S. but Axel is just a flanneler.Don,t forget I am his mate now.I will talk him round next season.
Agree nosher about O.O.S. but Axel is just a flanneler.Don,t forget I am his mate now.I will talk him round next season. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 0

6:13pm Thu 4 Sep 14

BD16 says...

1964gc wrote:
nosher wrote:
I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb
His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it

he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts
It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL.

He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be.
[quote][p][bold]1964gc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb[/p][/quote]His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts[/p][/quote]It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL. He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be. BD16
  • Score: -4

6:38pm Thu 4 Sep 14

citygent7 says...

You've all slagged players for leaving this season now your going to honour them what a joke.
You've all slagged players for leaving this season now your going to honour them what a joke. citygent7
  • Score: -7

7:48pm Thu 4 Sep 14

Wipsi says...

citygent7 wrote:
You've all slagged players for leaving this season now your going to honour them what a joke.
Yes the ones who are staying, simpleton.
[quote][p][bold]citygent7[/bold] wrote: You've all slagged players for leaving this season now your going to honour them what a joke.[/p][/quote]Yes the ones who are staying, simpleton. Wipsi
  • Score: 4

8:49pm Thu 4 Sep 14

1964gc says...

BD16 wrote:
1964gc wrote:
nosher wrote:
I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb
His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it

he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts
It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL.

He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be.
Rl is a business,run it badly and you go bump.

To own our ground again would be magnificent ,if he sells it later and a modern new home built I for one wouldn't complain.

Look at langtree.jjb.halliwe
ll stadia.Are any crying to go back to the old grounds??
[quote][p][bold]BD16[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1964gc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb[/p][/quote]His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts[/p][/quote]It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL. He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be.[/p][/quote]Rl is a business,run it badly and you go bump. To own our ground again would be magnificent ,if he sells it later and a modern new home built I for one wouldn't complain. Look at langtree.jjb.halliwe ll stadia.Are any crying to go back to the old grounds?? 1964gc
  • Score: 0

9:01pm Thu 4 Sep 14

axelf1963 says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Agree nosher about O.O.S. but Axel is just a flanneler.Don,t forget I am his mate now.I will talk him round next season.
I doubt it Spangles I would rather stick pins in my eyes than pay into there although have played there and won but left straight after to have celebratory drink elsewhere
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Agree nosher about O.O.S. but Axel is just a flanneler.Don,t forget I am his mate now.I will talk him round next season.[/p][/quote]I doubt it Spangles I would rather stick pins in my eyes than pay into there although have played there and won but left straight after to have celebratory drink elsewhere axelf1963
  • Score: -1

9:02pm Thu 4 Sep 14

axelf1963 says...

nosher wrote:
spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Nosher,
I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons.
Alright spangles. Don't know that out of sh*te bloke and don't want to. Axelf is a man of strong principles. He won't even go to odslum as he calls it to watch his son play in a curtain raiser. Or it could be that he is tighter than cramp lol.
To be called tight by someone tighter than a submarine door really hurts Nosher
[quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Nosher, I bet Axel and Out of Site will both be there to.That is if O.O.S. can tear himself away from Wetherspoons.[/p][/quote]Alright spangles. Don't know that out of sh*te bloke and don't want to. Axelf is a man of strong principles. He won't even go to odslum as he calls it to watch his son play in a curtain raiser. Or it could be that he is tighter than cramp lol.[/p][/quote]To be called tight by someone tighter than a submarine door really hurts Nosher axelf1963
  • Score: -2

9:35am Fri 5 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Come on Axel you are a sportsman,support sport wherever it is played,not the other simpleton apparently from Hebden Bridge.Obviously the village idiot,don,t get yourself in the same basket as him.
Come on Axel you are a sportsman,support sport wherever it is played,not the other simpleton apparently from Hebden Bridge.Obviously the village idiot,don,t get yourself in the same basket as him. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 0

12:07pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Out of site says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Come on Axel you are a sportsman,support sport wherever it is played,not the other simpleton apparently from Hebden Bridge.Obviously the village idiot,don,t get yourself in the same basket as him.
Name calling again tax dodger,I'm still here and as stated above you all slagged off the players that left .the report says its a tribute to departing players.the ones that are left must be good enough for the semi pro league.
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Come on Axel you are a sportsman,support sport wherever it is played,not the other simpleton apparently from Hebden Bridge.Obviously the village idiot,don,t get yourself in the same basket as him.[/p][/quote]Name calling again tax dodger,I'm still here and as stated above you all slagged off the players that left .the report says its a tribute to departing players.the ones that are left must be good enough for the semi pro league. Out of site
  • Score: 0

12:55pm Fri 5 Sep 14

BD16 says...

1964gc wrote:
BD16 wrote:
1964gc wrote:
nosher wrote:
I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb
His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it

he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts
It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL.

He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be.
Rl is a business,run it badly and you go bump.

To own our ground again would be magnificent ,if he sells it later and a modern new home built I for one wouldn't complain.

Look at langtree.jjb.halliwe

ll stadia.Are any crying to go back to the old grounds??
It won't be the Bulls that own it, it will be Marc Green, and he will be the one that makes the money. As a sports fan, but not really a RL fan, I don't make a habit of commenting on the Bulls section. The first time I did was when the ABC consortium tried to make a land grab on Odsal. Given the poor state of Bradford's economy I think that if any money is going to be made on land with great motorway access it should be Bradford Council and not one individual.

Good luck on Sunday. I hope you get a large crowd and some momentum to take forward into next season.
[quote][p][bold]1964gc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BD16[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1964gc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]nosher[/bold] wrote: I too am very impressed with marcs efforts. A lot of people were wrong about his intentions when he took over. I will also be buying a season ticket. Coyb[/p][/quote]His intentions were "its a business opportunity" when he took over by his own admission ,but his stance has also changed now ,he is heart and soul behind the club and appears to be thoroughly enjoying it he should be applauded for his honesty and efforts[/p][/quote]It is just a business opportunity. Not the business of Rugby League but the business of land, just like the ABC consortium. As most on here will know all too well, there's no money in RL. He's already trying to buy the lease and the freehold. For the sake of the Bulls I hope his attitude to the club itself is as benevolent as he makes it out to be.[/p][/quote]Rl is a business,run it badly and you go bump. To own our ground again would be magnificent ,if he sells it later and a modern new home built I for one wouldn't complain. Look at langtree.jjb.halliwe ll stadia.Are any crying to go back to the old grounds??[/p][/quote]It won't be the Bulls that own it, it will be Marc Green, and he will be the one that makes the money. As a sports fan, but not really a RL fan, I don't make a habit of commenting on the Bulls section. The first time I did was when the ABC consortium tried to make a land grab on Odsal. Given the poor state of Bradford's economy I think that if any money is going to be made on land with great motorway access it should be Bradford Council and not one individual. Good luck on Sunday. I hope you get a large crowd and some momentum to take forward into next season. BD16
  • Score: 2

2:19pm Fri 5 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Out of site,
Unlike you,I have never and will never slag off any player,amateur or professional who goes out onto a Rugby League pitch to play the toughest game going.Something you would obviously not have the guts to do.You stick to your dominoes and snakes and ladders .
Out of site, Unlike you,I have never and will never slag off any player,amateur or professional who goes out onto a Rugby League pitch to play the toughest game going.Something you would obviously not have the guts to do.You stick to your dominoes and snakes and ladders . spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 0

2:36pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Out of site says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Out of site,
Unlike you,I have never and will never slag off any player,amateur or professional who goes out onto a Rugby League pitch to play the toughest game going.Something you would obviously not have the guts to do.You stick to your dominoes and snakes and ladders .
You're assumptions are wrong again come down you are more than welcome we will see who has the guts,I can't wait.cutes
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Out of site, Unlike you,I have never and will never slag off any player,amateur or professional who goes out onto a Rugby League pitch to play the toughest game going.Something you would obviously not have the guts to do.You stick to your dominoes and snakes and ladders .[/p][/quote]You're assumptions are wrong again come down you are more than welcome we will see who has the guts,I can't wait.cutes Out of site
  • Score: -1

6:01pm Fri 5 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Don,t like Wetherspoons.Your answers always give you away,you have never played any sport in your life otherwise you would not call players who have the guts to play.You remind me of a kipper,two faced and no guts.
Don,t like Wetherspoons.Your answers always give you away,you have never played any sport in your life otherwise you would not call players who have the guts to play.You remind me of a kipper,two faced and no guts. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: -1

8:56pm Fri 5 Sep 14

theviking62 says...

Spanglish, next time your home, we could take trip over to Hebden Bridge and I'm sure one or two others would make the trip with us. Be a good night out.

Off over to see my Dad tomorrow, it's his 90th birthday. All my side family going to see him. Hard to believe he's been retired 25 years. Still rings everyday to see if I'm alright. Always ask who Bulls signed. I'm sure if he could he be at Odsal, on the Rooley End Terracing giving them hell.
Spanglish, next time your home, we could take trip over to Hebden Bridge and I'm sure one or two others would make the trip with us. Be a good night out. Off over to see my Dad tomorrow, it's his 90th birthday. All my side family going to see him. Hard to believe he's been retired 25 years. Still rings everyday to see if I'm alright. Always ask who Bulls signed. I'm sure if he could he be at Odsal, on the Rooley End Terracing giving them hell. theviking62
  • Score: 0

7:27am Sat 6 Sep 14

Out of site says...

theviking62 wrote:
Spanglish, next time your home, we could take trip over to Hebden Bridge and I'm sure one or two others would make the trip with us. Be a good night out.

Off over to see my Dad tomorrow, it's his 90th birthday. All my side family going to see him. Hard to believe he's been retired 25 years. Still rings everyday to see if I'm alright. Always ask who Bulls signed. I'm sure if he could he be at Odsal, on the Rooley End Terracing giving them hell.
A group of gays coming to the bridge you will be ok in the crown and nelsons bar.when you've done in those have a wander round until you find a proper pub there's only two proper pubs in the bridge.
[quote][p][bold]theviking62[/bold] wrote: Spanglish, next time your home, we could take trip over to Hebden Bridge and I'm sure one or two others would make the trip with us. Be a good night out. Off over to see my Dad tomorrow, it's his 90th birthday. All my side family going to see him. Hard to believe he's been retired 25 years. Still rings everyday to see if I'm alright. Always ask who Bulls signed. I'm sure if he could he be at Odsal, on the Rooley End Terracing giving them hell.[/p][/quote]A group of gays coming to the bridge you will be ok in the crown and nelsons bar.when you've done in those have a wander round until you find a proper pub there's only two proper pubs in the bridge. Out of site
  • Score: -1

9:04am Sat 6 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Viking,
Wish him well from me and the better half.Also to Colin,Linda and the girls.Don,t know about visiting the village idiot.Don,t want to be tarred with the same brush as him.I have friends in Hebden,what would they think of me visiting him.
Viking, Wish him well from me and the better half.Also to Colin,Linda and the girls.Don,t know about visiting the village idiot.Don,t want to be tarred with the same brush as him.I have friends in Hebden,what would they think of me visiting him. spanglishbull.uk
  • Score: 2

1:30pm Sat 6 Sep 14

Out of site says...

spanglishbull.uk wrote:
Viking,
Wish him well from me and the better half.Also to Colin,Linda and the girls.Don,t know about visiting the village idiot.Don,t want to be tarred with the same brush as him.I have friends in Hebden,what would they think of me visiting him.
Who has the guts now,not you.calling names and hiding is just about you're forte.you are still welcome you never know we might have more in common than you know.
[quote][p][bold]spanglishbull.uk[/bold] wrote: Viking, Wish him well from me and the better half.Also to Colin,Linda and the girls.Don,t know about visiting the village idiot.Don,t want to be tarred with the same brush as him.I have friends in Hebden,what would they think of me visiting him.[/p][/quote]Who has the guts now,not you.calling names and hiding is just about you're forte.you are still welcome you never know we might have more in common than you know. Out of site
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4:21pm Sat 6 Sep 14

spanglishbull.uk says...

Doubt I will have anthing in common with you.I have respect for anybody who plays sport,for a living or otherwise,whoever or whatever team they play for.You obviously have no respect for sportsmen judging by your silly comments.As for hiding and being scared,grow up i am 72 years old.a bit too old for silly games.
Doubt I will have anthing in common with you.I have respect for anybody who plays sport,for a living or otherwise,whoever or whatever team they play for.You obviously have no respect for sportsmen judging by your silly comments.As for hiding and being scared,grow up i am 72 years old.a bit too old for silly games. spanglishbull.uk
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7:41am Sun 7 Sep 14

Out of site says...

72 and you call names how sad.
72 and you call names how sad. Out of site
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