Jamie Langley's double powers Bradford Bulls to victory

Bulls players applaud the Odsal fans after their victory over Hull KR

Bulls players applaud the Odsal fans after their victory over Hull KR

First published in Sport Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Bradford Bulls Reporter

 

Bulls 32, Hull KR 26

Jamie Langley scored a superb double as the Bulls gave their play-off hopes a massive boost with a priceless victory over rivals Hull KR.

The club’s longest-serving player touched down in either half and wingers Shaun Ainscough and Jason Crookes also went over for Mick Potter’s side.


Rovers led 14-12 at the break after tries from Scott Taylor and David Hodgson but Crookes’ score and Langley’s second put the Bulls in control.

The Robins hit back through Liam Salter but Elliott Whitehead went over Luke Gale booted a late penalty for his fifth goal to confirm the Bulls as worthy victors before Craig Hall's late consolation.
 

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9:56pm Fri 10 Aug 12

Tricky Dicky says...

Put that in your pipe RFL and try to smoke it!
Put that in your pipe RFL and try to smoke it! Tricky Dicky
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10:47pm Fri 10 Aug 12

Wots up says...

A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.
A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal. Wots up
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11:24pm Fri 10 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Wots up wrote:
A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.
It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight.
[quote][p][bold]Wots up[/bold] wrote: A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.[/p][/quote]It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:30pm Fri 10 Aug 12

fr13day says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Wots up wrote:
A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.
It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight.
There were over 10,000 fans at Odsal to watch the game tonight. That's not a bad turn out. But I'm a 'glass half full' kind of person, unlike some I could mention....
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wots up[/bold] wrote: A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.[/p][/quote]It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight.[/p][/quote]There were over 10,000 fans at Odsal to watch the game tonight. That's not a bad turn out. But I'm a 'glass half full' kind of person, unlike some I could mention.... fr13day
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11:32pm Fri 10 Aug 12

Wipsi says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Wots up wrote: A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.
It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight.
How would you know? silly fellow
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wots up[/bold] wrote: A victory but too many stray passes to make it a good performance from the boys. The ref had a nightmare. I suggest he watches it on Sky does a full assessment of his performance. He can then discuss at his next appraisal.[/p][/quote]It appears most fans choose sky to watch the game tonight.[/p][/quote]How would you know? silly fellow Wipsi
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11:32pm Fri 10 Aug 12

t'old man says...

Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......
Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ...... t'old man
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11:37pm Fri 10 Aug 12

Shelfrhino says...

t'old man wrote:
Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......
Why compare it to the rest?
A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.
[quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......[/p][/quote]Why compare it to the rest? A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD. Shelfrhino
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1:06am Sat 11 Aug 12

Mr Capp says...

Shelfrhino wrote:
t'old man wrote: Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......
Why compare it to the rest? A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.
Weirdo!
[quote][p][bold]Shelfrhino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......[/p][/quote]Why compare it to the rest? A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.[/p][/quote]Weirdo! Mr Capp
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9:26am Sat 11 Aug 12

t'old man says...

Shelfrhino wrote:
t'old man wrote:
Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......
Why compare it to the rest?
A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.
I know my post must have been very hard for someone of limited inelligence to read but where do I or anyone else on this story claim or mention an average crowd of 14,000 ? .....now I know you whinos are not the sharpest knives in the drawer but do try to keep up ! ......
[quote][p][bold]Shelfrhino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......[/p][/quote]Why compare it to the rest? A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.[/p][/quote]I know my post must have been very hard for someone of limited inelligence to read but where do I or anyone else on this story claim or mention an average crowd of 14,000 ? .....now I know you whinos are not the sharpest knives in the drawer but do try to keep up ! ...... t'old man
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9:36am Sat 11 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out. Thee Voice of Reason
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10:17am Sat 11 Aug 12

Wipsi says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
You must have a sad kind of existance,silly felllow.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]You must have a sad kind of existance,silly felllow. Wipsi
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10:39am Sat 11 Aug 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means. Mumby was the best
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10:51am Sat 11 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum. Thee Voice of Reason
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10:52am Sat 11 Aug 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Shelfrhino wrote:
t'old man wrote:
Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......
Why compare it to the rest?
A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.
Timmy - nice but very dim, just what is your fascination/obsessio
n with Bradford Bulls? In another post yesterday you implied that you were posting under another name, Wally Lewis. If that was correct it would appear that you've managed to acquire an education in double quick time but as we all know you cannot educate pork in any length of time.

Re; crowds, I see our attendance was 3.1k down on that at LS6, our match was Televised and considering our position and our dismal decline over the past 5 years I think it compares well to that of the 2nd best supported SL team, reigning Chumpions (oops! typo) and cup finalists.

I suggest your time would be better spent re cataloging your Shirley Bassey record collection and watching The Wizard of Oz with your partner Brian, there's a good chappy.
[quote][p][bold]Shelfrhino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]t'old man[/bold] wrote: Wait till all this weekends fixtures have been played and then see how tonights televised games attendance compares to the rest ......[/p][/quote]Why compare it to the rest? A lot of the dulls on here claim you average crowds of around 14k, it seems you use the same calculator as your BoD.[/p][/quote]Timmy - nice but very dim, just what is your fascination/obsessio n with Bradford Bulls? In another post yesterday you implied that you were posting under another name, Wally Lewis. If that was correct it would appear that you've managed to acquire an education in double quick time but as we all know you cannot educate pork in any length of time. Re; crowds, I see our attendance was 3.1k down on that at LS6, our match was Televised and considering our position and our dismal decline over the past 5 years I think it compares well to that of the 2nd best supported SL team, reigning Chumpions (oops! typo) and cup finalists. I suggest your time would be better spent re cataloging your Shirley Bassey record collection and watching The Wizard of Oz with your partner Brian, there's a good chappy. Sheffieldbull
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11:00am Sat 11 Aug 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.[/p][/quote]So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field? Mumby was the best
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11:03am Sat 11 Aug 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?
Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin?
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.[/p][/quote]So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?[/p][/quote]Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin? Thee Voice of Reason
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11:12am Sat 11 Aug 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?
Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin?
Norris,haven't you got the 'papers' to do? How did our friends at Cougar Park do on Thursday? We haven't had your update as yet, no doubt an oversight on your part because i'm sure you would have been among the 10K crowd.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.[/p][/quote]So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?[/p][/quote]Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin?[/p][/quote]Norris,haven't you got the 'papers' to do? How did our friends at Cougar Park do on Thursday? We haven't had your update as yet, no doubt an oversight on your part because i'm sure you would have been among the 10K crowd. Sheffieldbull
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11:14am Sat 11 Aug 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?
Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin?
No they are not because they have false means.
There aren`t any at the moment but one or two are teetering.
The salary cap was introduced to create a level playing field but it appears certain clubs can still buy success ie. Warrington to name one.
The point of being a sports club is to achieve success and most overstretch in an attempt to do that, my club went too far but unfortunately in narrow minded eyes like yours it`s lets punish the players and coaching staff for the misdeeds of others. The people who caused it are now gone, 6 points deducted as the RL stipulated is not enough for the likes of you who just revel in the dismay genuine fans feel for the club.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.[/p][/quote]So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?[/p][/quote]Have I missed something? Are London currently in admin? Are any other clubs in Admin?[/p][/quote]No they are not because they have false means. There aren`t any at the moment but one or two are teetering. The salary cap was introduced to create a level playing field but it appears certain clubs can still buy success ie. Warrington to name one. The point of being a sports club is to achieve success and most overstretch in an attempt to do that, my club went too far but unfortunately in narrow minded eyes like yours it`s lets punish the players and coaching staff for the misdeeds of others. The people who caused it are now gone, 6 points deducted as the RL stipulated is not enough for the likes of you who just revel in the dismay genuine fans feel for the club. Mumby was the best
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11:46am Sat 11 Aug 12

Schoey 2 says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
You talk **** you sad t**t!!!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]You talk **** you sad t**t!!! Schoey 2
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11:59am Sat 11 Aug 12

-HCK3R- says...

See that.. I like the sound of my own voice.....a.k.a The voice of reason is busy with is inane ramblings !!
See that.. I like the sound of my own voice.....a.k.a The voice of reason is busy with is inane ramblings !! -HCK3R-
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12:03pm Sat 11 Aug 12

Ackersthebull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
COYB
FOYC
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]COYB FOYC Ackersthebull
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12:08pm Sat 11 Aug 12

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
Where is your motivation TVof R.

All true supporters of our wonderful game, are in admiration of our courage and fortitude in extremely difficult times.

This attitude is what made us as a nation what we are!

You are a shamefull specimen to say such a thing to men, women and children who will continue to fight against the odds, to save something they passionately believe in.

They cannot be castigated for the mistakes of others, and everyone at our club deserve all the support and encouragement we can get.

We do not need your, and others, silly
childish and predictable outbursts.

Funny and witty you aint.

Now go away and leave the courageous people to continue with what is the right and only course of action in our circumstances.

We don't give in, without a fight, do we folks ????
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]Where is your motivation TVof R. All true supporters of our wonderful game, are in admiration of our courage and fortitude in extremely difficult times. This attitude is what made us as a nation what we are! You are a shamefull specimen to say such a thing to men, women and children who will continue to fight against the odds, to save something they passionately believe in. They cannot be castigated for the mistakes of others, and everyone at our club deserve all the support and encouragement we can get. We do not need your, and others, silly childish and predictable outbursts. Funny and witty you aint. Now go away and leave the courageous people to continue with what is the right and only course of action in our circumstances. We don't give in, without a fight, do we folks ???? raisemeup
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12:14pm Sat 11 Aug 12

Mumby was the best says...

raisemeup wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
Where is your motivation TVof R.

All true supporters of our wonderful game, are in admiration of our courage and fortitude in extremely difficult times.

This attitude is what made us as a nation what we are!

You are a shamefull specimen to say such a thing to men, women and children who will continue to fight against the odds, to save something they passionately believe in.

They cannot be castigated for the mistakes of others, and everyone at our club deserve all the support and encouragement we can get.

We do not need your, and others, silly
childish and predictable outbursts.

Funny and witty you aint.

Now go away and leave the courageous people to continue with what is the right and only course of action in our circumstances.

We don't give in, without a fight, do we folks ????
We don`t.
Best thing is his team Cougars signed a load of clapped out SL players and it`s reported in League Weekly they may be in trouble,
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]Where is your motivation TVof R. All true supporters of our wonderful game, are in admiration of our courage and fortitude in extremely difficult times. This attitude is what made us as a nation what we are! You are a shamefull specimen to say such a thing to men, women and children who will continue to fight against the odds, to save something they passionately believe in. They cannot be castigated for the mistakes of others, and everyone at our club deserve all the support and encouragement we can get. We do not need your, and others, silly childish and predictable outbursts. Funny and witty you aint. Now go away and leave the courageous people to continue with what is the right and only course of action in our circumstances. We don't give in, without a fight, do we folks ????[/p][/quote]We don`t. Best thing is his team Cougars signed a load of clapped out SL players and it`s reported in League Weekly they may be in trouble, Mumby was the best
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3:56pm Sat 11 Aug 12

benjibullll says...

mr reason i see you are a bit daft up stairs thank you good bye
mr reason i see you are a bit daft up stairs thank you good bye benjibullll
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3:56pm Sat 11 Aug 12

benjibullll says...

mr reason i see you are a bit daft up stairs thank you good bye
mr reason i see you are a bit daft up stairs thank you good bye benjibullll
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4:13pm Sat 11 Aug 12

parader no1 says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs.
It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.
So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.
They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success.
The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.
So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?
Its easy my friend, salary caps, overseas quotas etc simply dont apply to London as the RFL are obsessed with having a successful side in the capital
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: It would a disgrace if the Bulls made the play offs. It would be rewarding a team for spending upto cap when they couldn't afford it meaning that those who live within their means miss out.[/p][/quote]So why should the players be punished they did not create the mess. What about all the teams with sugardaddies? they surely live beyond their means, the benefactors create a false means.[/p][/quote]They aren't living beyond their means because they habe someone to foot the bill. If the owner wants to pour money into the club thats their choice. If the Bulls had someone pouring money into the club there would be no problem. When you spend upto cap but don't have the means to pay for it then why should you be rewarded with success. The cap is the maximum, it seems those running the Bulls presumed this was the minimum.[/p][/quote]So London spend up to the cap and have crowds around 1500 How does that stack up as level playing field?[/p][/quote]Its easy my friend, salary caps, overseas quotas etc simply dont apply to London as the RFL are obsessed with having a successful side in the capital parader no1
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