Francis Cummins weighs up Bradford Bulls options in Dewsbury twinning deal

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Adam O’Brien is one of the Bulls players who could turn out for Dewsbury against Doncaster this weekend Adam O’Brien is one of the Bulls players who could turn out for Dewsbury against Doncaster this weekend

Bulls coach Francis Cummins could send a number of fringe men to play for Dewsbury this weekend as the partnership between the clubs begins to gather pace.

Bradford have a twinning agreement with the Championship outfit, which will allow Glenn Morrison’s side to tap in to the players that do not make Cummins’ 18-man match-day squad.

Cummins has met with Morrison about the prospect of certain younger players turning out for Dewsbury in their Championship opener at Doncaster on Sunday.

Adam O’Brien, James Donaldson and Danny Addy are among those under consideration to play for the Rams this weekend.

Cummins will again be without Luke Gale as he recovers from ankle surgery going into the Super League opener at home to Wakefield on Sunday but Heath L’Estrange and Jamie Langley look set to be passed fit.

The Bulls boss said: “Morro and I have had a good chat on the players likely to be available and at the moment it’s between Adam O’Brien, James Donaldson and possibly Danny Addy.

“Who goes to Dewsbury will depend on Heath and Langley being fit but it’s possibly going to be one or two players every week.”

Cummins revealed that Adrian Purtell could have spent time at Dewsbury in order to regain match fitness when he returns to action in early March.

But Purtell’s visa as an overseas quota player does not allow him to play for any other club than Bradford.

The Bulls coach, who hailed John Bateman’s inclusion in the England squad that will meet in Bury today as “excellent news”, said: “Purts can’t play for the under-19s or Dewsbury and that’s something we need to look at as a game.

“But I need him to play somewhere so we’re going to have a look at how we handle his situation. It will certainly be great to have him available again though.”

Cummins, meanwhile, has paid tribute to City’s giant-killing exploits in reaching the Capital One Cup final and says he plans to meet Bantams counterpart Phil Parkinson at some point.

The Odsal coach said that depending on when the Bulls’ home match with St Helens was scheduled for – a decision is expected today from the RFL’s independent board of directors – his squad could possibly head to Wembley to support the Bantams on February 24.

Cummins said: “It’s been great for Bradford and I was at Valley Parade for the Arsenal game. You could see what it means to the fans and it just proves what sporting success can do for a city.

“Let’s not forget that Bradford City have been through some tough times as well – but it just shows how important sport is and how it lifts everyone.

“The respective owners of the Bulls and City are really close but it would be nice to sit down and have a chat with Phil Parkinson. It’s something I’d like to do.”

Meanwhile, the Bulls’ trip to London Broncos is now likely to be played at the Twickenham Stoop on Friday, April 5.

It was originally scheduled for Sunday, April 7 but has been moved due to Harlequins’ Heineken Cup quarter-final with Munster at the Stoop on that day.

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7:50am Wed 30 Jan 13

barbarian mike says...

Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that!
Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that! barbarian mike
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8:25am Wed 30 Jan 13

Sheffieldbull says...

barbarian mike wrote:
Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that!
I disagree with you Mike. He clearly states that only 3 clubs were genuinely willing to help us in our plight, help received from others by way of increased share of tickets money for away matches has actually been clawed back, with interest!. If the Sky money had been used to pay back any monies actually owed to other SL clubs and the remaining balance used to pay other creditors of the previous regime, then fair enough imo. Just one more point. Fans of the Bulls and many other teams, who contributed their hard earned cash didn't get their money back whilst their Clubs prosper by 'divvying' up our Sky money share.Thats not great, is it?
[quote][p][bold]barbarian mike[/bold] wrote: Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that![/p][/quote]I disagree with you Mike. He clearly states that only 3 clubs were genuinely willing to help us in our plight, help received from others by way of increased share of tickets money for away matches has actually been clawed back, with interest!. If the Sky money had been used to pay back any monies actually owed to other SL clubs and the remaining balance used to pay other creditors of the previous regime, then fair enough imo. Just one more point. Fans of the Bulls and many other teams, who contributed their hard earned cash didn't get their money back whilst their Clubs prosper by 'divvying' up our Sky money share.Thats not great, is it? Sheffieldbull
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9:01am Wed 30 Jan 13

barbarian mike says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
barbarian mike wrote:
Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that!
I disagree with you Mike. He clearly states that only 3 clubs were genuinely willing to help us in our plight, help received from others by way of increased share of tickets money for away matches has actually been clawed back, with interest!. If the Sky money had been used to pay back any monies actually owed to other SL clubs and the remaining balance used to pay other creditors of the previous regime, then fair enough imo. Just one more point. Fans of the Bulls and many other teams, who contributed their hard earned cash didn't get their money back whilst their Clubs prosper by 'divvying' up our Sky money share.Thats not great, is it?
And I don't disagree with too much of what you have said either, I just don't think it needs saying in public like this!! I agree that moneys should have gone elsewhere rather than other clubs, but the fact remains, even if they have clawed their money back, when we were at our lowest last season, the majority of clubs helped. Given the state of the financed of sl as recently published this was still very generous!
I agree the sky money going to other clubs is a tad out of order, and whilst the clubs decided to share it, the rfl are the ones who have actually allowed it, unless im wrong and the clubs have the final say. I pay a rediculous amount for my sky, so know what a bitter taste it leaves as a bulls fan!
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]barbarian mike[/bold] wrote: Think Mr khan went a bit far calling the other clubs selfish in the other post, bearing in mind some of the help received from them past season. I understand his frustration, but not sure he should have had a pop like that![/p][/quote]I disagree with you Mike. He clearly states that only 3 clubs were genuinely willing to help us in our plight, help received from others by way of increased share of tickets money for away matches has actually been clawed back, with interest!. If the Sky money had been used to pay back any monies actually owed to other SL clubs and the remaining balance used to pay other creditors of the previous regime, then fair enough imo. Just one more point. Fans of the Bulls and many other teams, who contributed their hard earned cash didn't get their money back whilst their Clubs prosper by 'divvying' up our Sky money share.Thats not great, is it?[/p][/quote]And I don't disagree with too much of what you have said either, I just don't think it needs saying in public like this!! I agree that moneys should have gone elsewhere rather than other clubs, but the fact remains, even if they have clawed their money back, when we were at our lowest last season, the majority of clubs helped. Given the state of the financed of sl as recently published this was still very generous! I agree the sky money going to other clubs is a tad out of order, and whilst the clubs decided to share it, the rfl are the ones who have actually allowed it, unless im wrong and the clubs have the final say. I pay a rediculous amount for my sky, so know what a bitter taste it leaves as a bulls fan! barbarian mike
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9:13am Wed 30 Jan 13

wembley bound says...

OK out of order Mike you are correct
OK out of order Mike you are correct wembley bound
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9:35am Wed 30 Jan 13

Thee Voice of Reason says...

The Bulls gave up the money for a place in Super League, no point in going over old ground and moaning about it.
The Bulls gave up the money for a place in Super League, no point in going over old ground and moaning about it. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:48am Wed 30 Jan 13

kira171239 says...

the money the bulls forfeits should have gone to the creditors.By the way do the bulls supporters who gave £100 remain creditors
the money the bulls forfeits should have gone to the creditors.By the way do the bulls supporters who gave £100 remain creditors kira171239
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9:56am Wed 30 Jan 13

Old Dave says...

new company = no creditors.

look forward. As a game we need to look at this and ask just how much of the games governance should remain with the clubs.

I would guess that the clubs who supported us are the ones who think we should receive the sky money.

I will never forget the conduct of the huddersfield club in this whole debacle, and hope that when they find themselves in a similar mess, karma kicks in!
new company = no creditors. look forward. As a game we need to look at this and ask just how much of the games governance should remain with the clubs. I would guess that the clubs who supported us are the ones who think we should receive the sky money. I will never forget the conduct of the huddersfield club in this whole debacle, and hope that when they find themselves in a similar mess, karma kicks in! Old Dave
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10:15am Wed 30 Jan 13

-HCK3R- says...

OK isn't complaining so much about the money been withheld he is saying it should have gone into the RFL funds for the whole game to benefit from not just the Super league clubs most of which are in dire financial difficulties themselves.......
OK isn't complaining so much about the money been withheld he is saying it should have gone into the RFL funds for the whole game to benefit from not just the Super league clubs most of which are in dire financial difficulties themselves....... -HCK3R-
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10:16am Wed 30 Jan 13

Bull4eva says...

kira171239 wrote:
the money the bulls forfeits should have gone to the creditors.By the way do the bulls supporters who gave £100 remain creditors
Of course it doesn't you idiot! It was a donation!
[quote][p][bold]kira171239[/bold] wrote: the money the bulls forfeits should have gone to the creditors.By the way do the bulls supporters who gave £100 remain creditors[/p][/quote]Of course it doesn't you idiot! It was a donation! Bull4eva
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10:57am Wed 30 Jan 13

Uglytruth says...

Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs Uglytruth
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11:12am Wed 30 Jan 13

Essexbull2 says...

Agree with O.K. that this money would have been better off invested in grass roots development, World Cup promotion etc.. For me the worry is who decided to let the other 13 clubs share it? Presumably the RFL (i.e. SLE under its other name) and yet this is the Governing Body of our sport. Maybe they're so worried about another club facing financial meltdown and with no competition sponsor in place (which is a disgrace), that they feel it's better to chuck every available pound and penny at the SL clubs and leave the grassroots until later, just to avoid a lot more bad media attention in the World Cup year?

I might be wrong, but despite the product being great (in the view of most RL supporters) there are clearly many questions about the business-side of the sport at present. Quite frankly, the senior guys at Red Hall do not appear to be up to the job and are consistently painting a very rosy picture. Sometimes you need to look in the mirror and ask yourself some difficult questions and the RFL should do that, now.
Agree with O.K. that this money would have been better off invested in grass roots development, World Cup promotion etc.. For me the worry is who decided to let the other 13 clubs share it? Presumably the RFL (i.e. SLE under its other name) and yet this is the Governing Body of our sport. Maybe they're so worried about another club facing financial meltdown and with no competition sponsor in place (which is a disgrace), that they feel it's better to chuck every available pound and penny at the SL clubs and leave the grassroots until later, just to avoid a lot more bad media attention in the World Cup year? I might be wrong, but despite the product being great (in the view of most RL supporters) there are clearly many questions about the business-side of the sport at present. Quite frankly, the senior guys at Red Hall do not appear to be up to the job and are consistently painting a very rosy picture. Sometimes you need to look in the mirror and ask yourself some difficult questions and the RFL should do that, now. Essexbull2
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11:27am Wed 30 Jan 13

Sheffieldbull says...

Got to agree Essexbull, our governing body is rapidly proving itself 'unfit for purpose'. Talk about 'fiddling' whilst the game burns!
No money paying Title sponsors for the last two years (to date), many of it's members in dire financial difficulties, Funding via Government pulled back. The World Cup will save the day? Will it? I've my own thoughts on the way thats been organised too, but as they say, that's another show!
Got to agree Essexbull, our governing body is rapidly proving itself 'unfit for purpose'. Talk about 'fiddling' whilst the game burns! No money paying Title sponsors for the last two years (to date), many of it's members in dire financial difficulties, Funding via Government pulled back. The World Cup will save the day? Will it? I've my own thoughts on the way thats been organised too, but as they say, that's another show! Sheffieldbull
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11:35am Wed 30 Jan 13

-HCK3R- says...

Uglytruth wrote:
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
Dont you mean grammar ? ......D'oh !..
[quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]Dont you mean grammar ? ......D'oh !.. -HCK3R-
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11:48am Wed 30 Jan 13

Sheffieldbull says...

Uglytruth wrote:
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
"Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying.." is was buying ?? D'oh!
[quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]"Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying.." is was buying ?? D'oh! Sheffieldbull
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1:10pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Bone_idle18 says...

If SL clubs are £68 million in debt, then some of them probably need it far more than us. We should be on a pretty sound footing at the moment.

so 3 or 4 clubs performing well, plus us is 5 clubs, that means the £68 million is split between the other 9 clubs at an average of £7.5 million per club. That makes what we owed look a pittance.

then RFL can't pick a club with so much debt over us, not without changing the rules on finances.
If SL clubs are £68 million in debt, then some of them probably need it far more than us. We should be on a pretty sound footing at the moment. so 3 or 4 clubs performing well, plus us is 5 clubs, that means the £68 million is split between the other 9 clubs at an average of £7.5 million per club. That makes what we owed look a pittance. then RFL can't pick a club with so much debt over us, not without changing the rules on finances. Bone_idle18
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2:18pm Wed 30 Jan 13

wembley bound says...

That it mock his spelling and grammar to mask what a shoddy practice exists at odsal.
That it mock his spelling and grammar to mask what a shoddy practice exists at odsal. wembley bound
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3:21pm Wed 30 Jan 13

JAtkinson says...

Uglytruth wrote:
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
"a low figure of money": tautologous at worst; ugly at best.

Oh, and you've used a comma splice in "joke he is, anyone seen". Here, you require a full stop, colon or semi-colon, depending on how strongly you want to relate the two sentences.

The '?' denotes the end of a sentence, so the next letter should be capitalised.

"The more he moans" is a fronted dependent clause, so requires demarcation with a comma.

You've missed a full stop at the end of the paragraph.

However, you're the grammAr and spelling expert; what do you think?
[quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]"a low figure of money": tautologous at worst; ugly at best. Oh, and you've used a comma splice in "joke he is, anyone seen". Here, you require a full stop, colon or semi-colon, depending on how strongly you want to relate the two sentences. The '?' denotes the end of a sentence, so the next letter should be capitalised. "The more he moans" is a fronted dependent clause, so requires demarcation with a comma. You've missed a full stop at the end of the paragraph. However, you're the grammAr and spelling expert; what do you think? JAtkinson
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3:32pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Parz says...

The money should have gone to small/amateur clubs. It was (by all accounts) around £1 Million. Imagine what 100 clubs like West Bowling or Dudley Hill etc could have done with £10,000 each. Probably a lot more good than the SL clubs will do with around £77k each.
The money should have gone to small/amateur clubs. It was (by all accounts) around £1 Million. Imagine what 100 clubs like West Bowling or Dudley Hill etc could have done with £10,000 each. Probably a lot more good than the SL clubs will do with around £77k each. Parz
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3:42pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Solomon Grundy says...

To be in a World Cup year with not only no sponsorship whatsoever for the main SL competition but none for the World Cup either is not just catastrophic in this day and age - it is downright embarrassing.

The previous board and management of the Bulls were charlatans who fiddled and blagged while the club nearly went out of existence. Rugby Leaguer as a whole should learn from that experience.

I think the people at the top are of questionable ability and should be moved on sooner than later for the good of the game. They are failing and we need new blood and new ideas, just as we did in the mid 90's when the Wigan domination was leading to stagnation. The concept of summer rugby and superleague was a massive success.

RL needs similarly bold thinking now.
To be in a World Cup year with not only no sponsorship whatsoever for the main SL competition but none for the World Cup either is not just catastrophic in this day and age - it is downright embarrassing. The previous board and management of the Bulls were charlatans who fiddled and blagged while the club nearly went out of existence. Rugby Leaguer as a whole should learn from that experience. I think the people at the top are of questionable ability and should be moved on sooner than later for the good of the game. They are failing and we need new blood and new ideas, just as we did in the mid 90's when the Wigan domination was leading to stagnation. The concept of summer rugby and superleague was a massive success. RL needs similarly bold thinking now. Solomon Grundy
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4:33pm Wed 30 Jan 13

pweibj67 says...

person on twitter .. not using correct spelling and grammar shock!!!

my god why hasn't this been on the BBC news!!
person on twitter .. not using correct spelling and grammar shock!!! my god why hasn't this been on the BBC news!! pweibj67
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4:51pm Wed 30 Jan 13

albut71 says...

Uglytruth wrote:
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
i deplore commentary like this be thankful he actually put his hand in his pocket and you describe him as a joke because he doesnt spell check on twitter (dont follow him then!). SL currently is in a state of flux at least hes realising the asset that Odsal really provides and is showing some innovation for generating revenue.
[quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]i deplore commentary like this be thankful he actually put his hand in his pocket and you describe him as a joke because he doesnt spell check on twitter (dont follow him then!). SL currently is in a state of flux at least hes realising the asset that Odsal really provides and is showing some innovation for generating revenue. albut71
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5:24pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Sheffieldbull says...

albut71 wrote:
Uglytruth wrote:
Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
i deplore commentary like this be thankful he actually put his hand in his pocket and you describe him as a joke because he doesnt spell check on twitter (dont follow him then!). SL currently is in a state of flux at least hes realising the asset that Odsal really provides and is showing some innovation for generating revenue.
Well said sir!
[quote][p][bold]albut71[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]i deplore commentary like this be thankful he actually put his hand in his pocket and you describe him as a joke because he doesnt spell check on twitter (dont follow him then!). SL currently is in a state of flux at least hes realising the asset that Odsal really provides and is showing some innovation for generating revenue.[/p][/quote]Well said sir! Sheffieldbull
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5:40pm Wed 30 Jan 13

Wipsi says...

JAtkinson wrote:
Uglytruth wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs
"a low figure of money": tautologous at worst; ugly at best. Oh, and you've used a comma splice in "joke he is, anyone seen". Here, you require a full stop, colon or semi-colon, depending on how strongly you want to relate the two sentences. The '?' denotes the end of a sentence, so the next letter should be capitalised. "The more he moans" is a fronted dependent clause, so requires demarcation with a comma. You've missed a full stop at the end of the paragraph. However, you're the grammAr and spelling expert; what do you think?
Priceless, must be an english teacher!
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Starve the trolls and they wither away from lack of attention.
People who genuinely want to discuss are allowing thmselves to be smothered by the likes of bound and gagged or the voice of treason.
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Maybe even Haitch may appear again one day,are you still around Haitch,if so,hope you are keeping well.
[quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Uglytruth[/bold] wrote: Mr Khan knew exactly what is was buying when he bought Bradford Bulls for such a low figure of money.What a joke he is, anyone seen his grammer and spelling on twitter? he hasn't got a clue. The more he moans the more we get laughed at by the other SL clubs[/p][/quote]"a low figure of money": tautologous at worst; ugly at best. Oh, and you've used a comma splice in "joke he is, anyone seen". Here, you require a full stop, colon or semi-colon, depending on how strongly you want to relate the two sentences. The '?' denotes the end of a sentence, so the next letter should be capitalised. "The more he moans" is a fronted dependent clause, so requires demarcation with a comma. You've missed a full stop at the end of the paragraph. However, you're the grammAr and spelling expert; what do you think?[/p][/quote]Priceless, must be an english teacher! . Starve the trolls and they wither away from lack of attention. People who genuinely want to discuss are allowing thmselves to be smothered by the likes of bound and gagged or the voice of treason. . Maybe even Haitch may appear again one day,are you still around Haitch,if so,hope you are keeping well. Wipsi
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9:00pm Wed 30 Jan 13

portugalbull says...

Omar right!
RFL not fit for purpose.
Morally should have passed to creditors of old club, failing that used for the benefit of the whole game.

Just where are all these debts? If new stadia (Saints, Salford) new stands (HKR) included then 68million is minimal and BBC trying to make a storm in a teacup and RFL should clarify for media. However if those investments not included then the game needs investment which RFL should be leading with sponsors for SL.
When compared to football even 68million is chickenfeed and RFL should be defending with media to offset negative bad publicity with positive.
Omar right! RFL not fit for purpose. Morally should have passed to creditors of old club, failing that used for the benefit of the whole game. Just where are all these debts? If new stadia (Saints, Salford) new stands (HKR) included then 68million is minimal and BBC trying to make a storm in a teacup and RFL should clarify for media. However if those investments not included then the game needs investment which RFL should be leading with sponsors for SL. When compared to football even 68million is chickenfeed and RFL should be defending with media to offset negative bad publicity with positive. portugalbull
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