Bradford Bulls' play-off hopes dealt crushing blow

Bulls 6, Hull FC 70

Mick Potter saw his side’s play-off hopes dealt a crushing blow as the Bulls slumped to their heaviest defeat of the season in front of new owners Omar Khan and Gerry Sutcliffe.

Potter addressed the crowd before kick-off to thank fans for their support this year and moments later Khan and Sutcliffe were introduced to the Odsal faithful.

The stage was set for a night of celebration when Hull FC-bound winger Jason Crookes collected a pass from Keith Lulia to touch down in the left corner after just two minutes.

Luke Gale converted in style but Ben Jeffries was then sinbinned for holding down Tom Briscoe by referee Ben Thaler and Hull gradually assumed control.

Joe Westerman crossed the line and then sent Jamie Foster over before further scores from Danny Houghton and Willie Manu (2) sent the visitors into the break with a 28-6 lead.

Aaron Heremaia (2), Briscoe (3), Ben Crooks, Andy Lynch and Foster again completed the rout.
 

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8:57pm Sat 1 Sep 12

doneBD4 says...

Player's not bothered now?

Playoff... well you can good bye to that!
Player's not bothered now? Playoff... well you can good bye to that! doneBD4
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9:01pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Californiabull says...

Think most of these players should be thrown into the curry pot after this show... Without a doubt the worst bulls performance in the super league era.
But chin up ... Things can only get better ....
Think most of these players should be thrown into the curry pot after this show... Without a doubt the worst bulls performance in the super league era. But chin up ... Things can only get better .... Californiabull
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9:07pm Sat 1 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol
hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol New Hall Nev
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9:09pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs.
Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:16pm Sat 1 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs.
they wont be in lol
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs.[/p][/quote]they wont be in lol New Hall Nev
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9:21pm Sat 1 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

Oh dear Oh dear.

Get them back on no pay.

How can they afford Langley on £200000?

more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages.

Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not.
Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here.

How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that.

Let them eat cake
Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake arhmen aleg
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9:22pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

New Hall Nev wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs.
they wont be in lol
Just re quoting what one of their players said earlier this week and I was rounded on for suggesting they get to the play offs first before talking about them.
[quote][p][bold]New Hall Nev[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Everyone will be wanting to avoid the Bulls in the play offs.[/p][/quote]they wont be in lol[/p][/quote]Just re quoting what one of their players said earlier this week and I was rounded on for suggesting they get to the play offs first before talking about them. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:41pm Sat 1 Sep 12

-HCK3R- says...

New Hall Nev wrote:
hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol
Care to re-post that in English !
[quote][p][bold]New Hall Nev[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol[/p][/quote]Care to re-post that in English ! -HCK3R-
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9:55pm Sat 1 Sep 12

billybobbull says...

billybobbull says...
8:40pm Sat 1 Sep 12

The lads are very very tired.........emotio

nally, mentally and physically..........

...no excuses needed tonight I think.....so please do not slag off the lads.......let them sigh a big breath of relief and those that stay will do us pride next week and next year. Tonight is merely an end of stressful term anomaly. But wow.....we still have a club!
billybobbull says... 8:40pm Sat 1 Sep 12 The lads are very very tired.........emotio nally, mentally and physically.......... ...no excuses needed tonight I think.....so please do not slag off the lads.......let them sigh a big breath of relief and those that stay will do us pride next week and next year. Tonight is merely an end of stressful term anomaly. But wow.....we still have a club! billybobbull
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10:07pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Mike Strutter says...

B - ankrupt
U - useless
L - osing
L - loada
S - hoite !
B - ankrupt U - useless L - osing L - loada S - hoite ! Mike Strutter
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10:35pm Sat 1 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

-HCK3R- wrote:
New Hall Nev wrote:
hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol
Care to re-post that in English !
I did lol
[quote][p][bold]-HCK3R-[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]New Hall Nev[/bold] wrote: hahahahahahahahaha we beat windes are we are in playoffs hahaha 70 lol[/p][/quote]Care to re-post that in English ![/p][/quote]I did lol New Hall Nev
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10:45pm Sat 1 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

arhmen aleg wrote:
Oh dear Oh dear.

Get them back on no pay.

How can they afford Langley on £200000?

more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages.

Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not.
Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here.

How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that.

Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh.
The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs?

A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK?

I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence.

Im pretty sure it was a Red card .

The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident.

It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
[quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all. raisemeup
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10:51pm Sat 1 Sep 12

hypjack says...

Thank you for all the positive comments from the genuine fans and the f*****g losers !! lol .... u know who you are.

Conspiracy Theory: RFL are embarassed that Bulls are in the "8" so the referee is doctored.

Okay, but the Bulls did not play well, fact !

However, Jeffries was sinbinned when no Hull players were.... Awful spear tackle which did not even go on report.... WFT !!!!

Referee is the worst in ten years i have witnessed but que sera... Get on with it !!

When the takeoer was complete how many players have been told they don't have a future ??

Hmmmm..... food for thought but what i will say is how fantastic it is we will have a club next season :-)

Come on You Bulls !!!!!! :-)
Thank you for all the positive comments from the genuine fans and the f*****g losers !! lol .... u know who you are. Conspiracy Theory: RFL are embarassed that Bulls are in the "8" so the referee is doctored. Okay, but the Bulls did not play well, fact ! However, Jeffries was sinbinned when no Hull players were.... Awful spear tackle which did not even go on report.... WFT !!!! Referee is the worst in ten years i have witnessed but que sera... Get on with it !! When the takeoer was complete how many players have been told they don't have a future ?? Hmmmm..... food for thought but what i will say is how fantastic it is we will have a club next season :-) Come on You Bulls !!!!!! :-) hypjack
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11:04pm Sat 1 Sep 12

hollymae says...

Very poor end (home games) to a season that in playing terms has shown improvement and promise following a few years in the doldrums. Maybe a step too far for the players after all that they have gone through in the last 4 months or so.
In fairness Hull had a shocker at Widnes 2 weeks ago and have been written off by many pundits in the week, who all said that Bulls would beat them.....including Richard Agar which was real clever kidology to fire up the Hull boys - they were well up for it tonight and were far too quick and strong for us. The unjust early sin binning didn't help (Briscoe wasn't tackled when Jeffries got involved in the tackle) as we were on the back foot from that point on. We must have also suffered 4 injuries in the first half as I dont recall any interchange being made in the 2nd half which was why we out on our feet late in the game.
A difficult result and performance to take but overall some rebuilding completed this year - hopefully we can keep the nucleus of the team and the youngsters for next year...now the fight to stay in the super league! COYB
Very poor end (home games) to a season that in playing terms has shown improvement and promise following a few years in the doldrums. Maybe a step too far for the players after all that they have gone through in the last 4 months or so. In fairness Hull had a shocker at Widnes 2 weeks ago and have been written off by many pundits in the week, who all said that Bulls would beat them.....including Richard Agar which was real clever kidology to fire up the Hull boys - they were well up for it tonight and were far too quick and strong for us. The unjust early sin binning didn't help (Briscoe wasn't tackled when Jeffries got involved in the tackle) as we were on the back foot from that point on. We must have also suffered 4 injuries in the first half as I dont recall any interchange being made in the 2nd half which was why we out on our feet late in the game. A difficult result and performance to take but overall some rebuilding completed this year - hopefully we can keep the nucleus of the team and the youngsters for next year...now the fight to stay in the super league! COYB hollymae
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11:05pm Sat 1 Sep 12

hardy43 says...

I'm sorry, but there is no referee on earth who can create a result like that! I have to agree that a lot of players have been told they have no future at the Bulls, due to cutting costs, or the decision has been made about what division we will be in next season.
I'm sorry, but there is no referee on earth who can create a result like that! I have to agree that a lot of players have been told they have no future at the Bulls, due to cutting costs, or the decision has been made about what division we will be in next season. hardy43
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11:30pm Sat 1 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Its the Refs fault is it.
Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland.
Its the Refs fault is it. Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:28am Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not.

Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus.

Sorry coaches it was on no pay.

Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable.

The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight.

70 points and your sticking up for them.

Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat.

Seventy blood* points I say.

Thats some thrashing.

Tired?emotional?drai
ned?

try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired.

4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired.

I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in.

Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh

I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted. arhmen aleg
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12:52am Sun 2 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
Oh dear Oh dear.

Get them back on no pay.

How can they afford Langley on £200000?

more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages.

Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not.
Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here.

How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that.

Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh.
The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs?

A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK?

I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence.

Im pretty sure it was a Red card .

The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident.

It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
wernt a spear tackle
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]wernt a spear tackle New Hall Nev
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1:03am Sun 2 Sep 12

-HCK3R- says...

Hull played the best they probably have all season Bulls definitely played the worst they have all season and the officials were as inept as usual especially Thaler with some bizarre decisions.......afte
r all that has happened I personally have expected this result for a while...but the seasons not over yet and the trolls except the City ones who will be conspicuous by their absence after their result will be out in force......
Hull played the best they probably have all season Bulls definitely played the worst they have all season and the officials were as inept as usual especially Thaler with some bizarre decisions.......afte r all that has happened I personally have expected this result for a while...but the seasons not over yet and the trolls except the City ones who will be conspicuous by their absence after their result will be out in force...... -HCK3R-
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1:26am Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

Sorry I forgot.
Someone said Omar owns a fair stertch of wakefield road too.

Lets hope he has enough to give it his best shot.

Cos they were hardly pulling up lamposts to get involved.
Sorry I forgot. Someone said Omar owns a fair stertch of wakefield road too. Lets hope he has enough to give it his best shot. Cos they were hardly pulling up lamposts to get involved. arhmen aleg
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1:26am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Its the Refs fault is it.
Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland.
Don't be daft, no one blames him for such a defeat. What people with an ounce of compaasion are saying is that human nature is such that a general feeling of being on the wrong foot all the time, when decisions seem to be always against you sometimes creates the feeling of blame, as a knee jerk reaction> It is sometimes the only way some people can make sense of the disaster, that overtook them.

Chris Caisley always maintained in his programme notes "Form is temporary, Class is permenant."

With you TVof NP you seem to exist as a bit of a parhia, if you don't mind me saying so!

You may well have been right about your smug appraisal of what Heath Le''Strange said..but don't get carried away, no one thinks any the better of you.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Its the Refs fault is it. Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland.[/p][/quote]Don't be daft, no one blames him for such a defeat. What people with an ounce of compaasion are saying is that human nature is such that a general feeling of being on the wrong foot all the time, when decisions seem to be always against you sometimes creates the feeling of blame, as a knee jerk reaction> It is sometimes the only way some people can make sense of the disaster, that overtook them. Chris Caisley always maintained in his programme notes "Form is temporary, Class is permenant." With you TVof NP you seem to exist as a bit of a parhia, if you don't mind me saying so! You may well have been right about your smug appraisal of what Heath Le''Strange said..but don't get carried away, no one thinks any the better of you. raisemeup
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1:26am Sun 2 Sep 12

portugalbull says...

Defense none existent tonight after referee spoiled game with sin bin that shouldn't have been. Hull better team but helped by errors from Bulls.
Bad performance not only from Bulls but also referee, should have been 2 Hull sin bins, 1for penalty given near their line and 1 for spear tackle which looked like he was playing on until intervention by linesman.
Still good news on ownership. Await RFL on SL but now unlikely in playoffs they will see administration has not been advantage therefore could be more favourable to staying in SL.
RFL should hold independent enquiry into:- a, Bulls mismanagement.
b, RFL failure at time of licences.
c, Administrators performance.
d, RFL failure to clarify Bulls situation re SL and ground for prospective buyers thereby putting off some possible bidders. I still don't see how constructive business plans can be made without knowing what league the club will be playing in?
e, What can be done to minimise the possibility that a similar situation does not occur with another club.
Defense none existent tonight after referee spoiled game with sin bin that shouldn't have been. Hull better team but helped by errors from Bulls. Bad performance not only from Bulls but also referee, should have been 2 Hull sin bins, 1for penalty given near their line and 1 for spear tackle which looked like he was playing on until intervention by linesman. Still good news on ownership. Await RFL on SL but now unlikely in playoffs they will see administration has not been advantage therefore could be more favourable to staying in SL. RFL should hold independent enquiry into:- a, Bulls mismanagement. b, RFL failure at time of licences. c, Administrators performance. d, RFL failure to clarify Bulls situation re SL and ground for prospective buyers thereby putting off some possible bidders. I still don't see how constructive business plans can be made without knowing what league the club will be playing in? e, What can be done to minimise the possibility that a similar situation does not occur with another club. portugalbull
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1:38am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not.

Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus.

Sorry coaches it was on no pay.

Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable.

The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight.

70 points and your sticking up for them.

Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat.

Seventy blood* points I say.

Thats some thrashing.

Tired?emotional?drai

ned?

try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired.

4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired.

I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in.

Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh

I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.
Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh.

You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years.

May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian.

So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.
[quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.[/p][/quote]Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City. raisemeup
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2:16am Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.
Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.
Please enlighten me.

How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed.

I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster.

And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight.

No tosh in what others say eh.
Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in"

looks like thats what happened tonight.

so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed.

In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper.

It is a disgrace.
tosher
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.[/p][/quote]Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.[/p][/quote]Please enlighten me. How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed. I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster. And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight. No tosh in what others say eh. Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in" looks like thats what happened tonight. so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed. In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper. It is a disgrace. tosher arhmen aleg
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8:09am Sun 2 Sep 12

BeechwoodBull says...

A game too far, probably been expecting it over the past few weeks. Shame it happened last night after all the euphoria. Lets not forget what these plaYers have done over the past few weeks. They have been a credit to the club. If Widnes win today, we still go to France with hope COB
A game too far, probably been expecting it over the past few weeks. Shame it happened last night after all the euphoria. Lets not forget what these plaYers have done over the past few weeks. They have been a credit to the club. If Widnes win today, we still go to France with hope COB BeechwoodBull
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8:22am Sun 2 Sep 12

poppastratton says...

Such a huge disappointment last night however entirely understandable from a human nature point of view. After such a long period of playing under the pressure of having a viable future or not suddenly the pressure is lifted. I had a big concern about the players' fitness after seeing Diskin change his shirt. There was so much fat I look better and fitter than him and I'm 70 next birthday.
Such a huge disappointment last night however entirely understandable from a human nature point of view. After such a long period of playing under the pressure of having a viable future or not suddenly the pressure is lifted. I had a big concern about the players' fitness after seeing Diskin change his shirt. There was so much fat I look better and fitter than him and I'm 70 next birthday. poppastratton
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8:25am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

raisemeup wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Its the Refs fault is it.
Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland.
Don't be daft, no one blames him for such a defeat. What people with an ounce of compaasion are saying is that human nature is such that a general feeling of being on the wrong foot all the time, when decisions seem to be always against you sometimes creates the feeling of blame, as a knee jerk reaction> It is sometimes the only way some people can make sense of the disaster, that overtook them.

Chris Caisley always maintained in his programme notes "Form is temporary, Class is permenant."

With you TVof NP you seem to exist as a bit of a parhia, if you don't mind me saying so!

You may well have been right about your smug appraisal of what Heath Le''Strange said..but don't get carried away, no one thinks any the better of you.
You really are pathetic, I seems to get abuse for taking a realistic view on things.
I don't get carried away with a few good City results and City came down to earth with a bump yesterday and neither do I do the same with the Bulls results.
The Bulls run of form recently has been great but I warned earlier in the week the job wasn't done and talk of the play offs was premature, I got dogs abuse for it but it now looks like some on that field last night though playoff qualification was a formality and because of that they were really found wanting.
So please don't spout your mouth off at me in future for taking a realistic view about Bradford sport, I've been far closer to the truth that most.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Its the Refs fault is it. Daftest thing I have ever heard, a 64 point defeat is simply the refs fault, boy somw really live in dreamland.[/p][/quote]Don't be daft, no one blames him for such a defeat. What people with an ounce of compaasion are saying is that human nature is such that a general feeling of being on the wrong foot all the time, when decisions seem to be always against you sometimes creates the feeling of blame, as a knee jerk reaction> It is sometimes the only way some people can make sense of the disaster, that overtook them. Chris Caisley always maintained in his programme notes "Form is temporary, Class is permenant." With you TVof NP you seem to exist as a bit of a parhia, if you don't mind me saying so! You may well have been right about your smug appraisal of what Heath Le''Strange said..but don't get carried away, no one thinks any the better of you.[/p][/quote]You really are pathetic, I seems to get abuse for taking a realistic view on things. I don't get carried away with a few good City results and City came down to earth with a bump yesterday and neither do I do the same with the Bulls results. The Bulls run of form recently has been great but I warned earlier in the week the job wasn't done and talk of the play offs was premature, I got dogs abuse for it but it now looks like some on that field last night though playoff qualification was a formality and because of that they were really found wanting. So please don't spout your mouth off at me in future for taking a realistic view about Bradford sport, I've been far closer to the truth that most. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:31am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss" raisemeup
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8:40am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Corrections for appalling circumstances

The sentiment was there even if the spelling wasn't.
Corrections for appalling circumstances The sentiment was there even if the spelling wasn't. raisemeup
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9:02am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.
Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.
Please enlighten me.

How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed.

I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster.

And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight.

No tosh in what others say eh.
Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in"

looks like thats what happened tonight.

so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed.

In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper.

It is a disgrace.
tosher
We were there, suspect you weren't.
We (my wife and family) were not ashamed of our players or anyone involved with our club. They have fought for every step of the way to achieve results that were hitherto thought impossible, by those who wished to write us off. So to say we were ashamed would not be the mark of someone who professes to be so steeped in the History of our club, would it?

I did not get personal with you, I merely challenged your credentials.

The Supporters in the stand stayed to
applaud the players, not one derisory comment was heard, everyone there felt saddened by this result(which of course was bad) but true supporters do not kick their team when down or have tried their best.
Remember "We stick up for our side"
[quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.[/p][/quote]Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.[/p][/quote]Please enlighten me. How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed. I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster. And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight. No tosh in what others say eh. Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in" looks like thats what happened tonight. so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed. In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper. It is a disgrace. tosher[/p][/quote]We were there, suspect you weren't. We (my wife and family) were not ashamed of our players or anyone involved with our club. They have fought for every step of the way to achieve results that were hitherto thought impossible, by those who wished to write us off. So to say we were ashamed would not be the mark of someone who professes to be so steeped in the History of our club, would it? I did not get personal with you, I merely challenged your credentials. The Supporters in the stand stayed to applaud the players, not one derisory comment was heard, everyone there felt saddened by this result(which of course was bad) but true supporters do not kick their team when down or have tried their best. Remember "We stick up for our side" raisemeup
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9:08am Sun 2 Sep 12

Correctness says...

raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake
Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.
Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.
Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.
Please enlighten me. How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed. I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster. And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight. No tosh in what others say eh. Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in" looks like thats what happened tonight. so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed. In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper. It is a disgrace. tosher
We were there, suspect you weren't. We (my wife and family) were not ashamed of our players or anyone involved with our club. They have fought for every step of the way to achieve results that were hitherto thought impossible, by those who wished to write us off. So to say we were ashamed would not be the mark of someone who professes to be so steeped in the History of our club, would it? I did not get personal with you, I merely challenged your credentials. The Supporters in the stand stayed to applaud the players, not one derisory comment was heard, everyone there felt saddened by this result(which of course was bad) but true supporters do not kick their team when down or have tried their best. Remember "We stick up for our side"
I think that them who applauded the players must have spent the second half in the bar. A very good start for Tom and Gerry a real good comedy show.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: Oh dear Oh dear. Get them back on no pay. How can they afford Langley on £200000? more Batemans needed and less top heavy wages. Omar God will be the cry now bad pun or not. Oh goodness gracious me.What have I bought here. How can anybody ,where 18 contracts are up for renewal,perform as bad as that. Let them eat cake[/p][/quote]Jamie Langley on how much, don't talk tosh. Get them back on no Pay? more tosh. The clue may be 17 contracts up for grabs? A bit of a downer wouldn't you thinK? I have never seen such a dispirited display from out team. It began when Ben Jefferies was sinbinned, rather harshly I thought, and many other decisions were unfair...how can a player be taken from the game for 10 minutes at a crucial time in that game, and an opposing player who commits a spear tackle, be left on the field after a brief talking to, and a penalty awarded for the offence. Im pretty sure it was a Red card . The lack of any spirit was evident, but only after the Jefferies incident. It was almost like "we aint gonna get to the playoffs, no matter what we do?" attitude. To be honest I felt their anguish, the body language showed it all.[/p][/quote]Well you would think they would be playing for a new contract would you not. Langley I will check.Authority from those that have seen the administraters prospectus. Sorry coaches it was on no pay. Which makes tonights performance even more lamentable. The only tosh sounds like it was out on the park tonight. 70 points and your sticking up for them. Well if thats what a 200000 a month wage bill inspires i eat my hat. Seventy blood* points I say. Thats some thrashing. Tired?emotional?drai ned? try getting up do a double shift cook 3 kids tea back down"t mine (if their still was one)and still not have enough to keep" t lights on in winter and you can tell me yer tired. 4 grand a week some of em and their blo*dy tired. I"ve heard it all.its all the refs fault 70 points went in. Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh Tosh I am ashamed to be a Bradfordian with that score posted.[/p][/quote]Yes I've seen it; And you are still talking Tosh. You profess to be a friend of Brian Noble's if I remember correctly, and of course you knew Trevor Foster well at the Police Boys club...perhaps you were as moved by the pre match tribute to Trevor and everything that the Northern/Bulls have achieved over many years. May I say then your last statement about being ashamed of being a Bradfordian say's more about your statements of knowing either of these compassionate people. One a proud Bradfordian and one who was adopted by the City, which made him an honoury and proud Bradfordian. So I tell you you ought to be ashamed, but not of being a citizen of your City.[/p][/quote]Please enlighten me. How can anyone who reads that result not cringe and ashamed. I doubt very much brian would be talking compassion uin a dressing room after something like that disaster. And he would not tolerate anyone playing without fight and spirit as others have commented were totally lacking tonight. No tosh in what others say eh. Yes the great man would say to us "never give in,never give in" looks like thats what happened tonight. so why dont you put the drink down stop getting personal with everyone and go to bed. In the morning the rsult will be there and you can read all about it in ther sunday paper. It is a disgrace. tosher[/p][/quote]We were there, suspect you weren't. We (my wife and family) were not ashamed of our players or anyone involved with our club. They have fought for every step of the way to achieve results that were hitherto thought impossible, by those who wished to write us off. So to say we were ashamed would not be the mark of someone who professes to be so steeped in the History of our club, would it? I did not get personal with you, I merely challenged your credentials. The Supporters in the stand stayed to applaud the players, not one derisory comment was heard, everyone there felt saddened by this result(which of course was bad) but true supporters do not kick their team when down or have tried their best. Remember "We stick up for our side"[/p][/quote]I think that them who applauded the players must have spent the second half in the bar. A very good start for Tom and Gerry a real good comedy show. Correctness
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9:40am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

raisemeup wrote:
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"[/p][/quote]Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season. Thee Voice of Reason
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9:50am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Totally deflated by the performance last night, to blame the ref is barmy, Hull were faster in every aspect of the game. Just can`t understand why after so many decent performances we turn out one like that on such an occasion.
Somebody alluded to Disco`s weight, yes you are spot on and he had a shocker.Last week I talked Karl Pryce up, he was back to normal being injured after missing tackles.
Still I`ve slept on it and feel better knowing that we have a future (unlike some of the players I guess), we are still here and if results go our way we may finish in the top 8, but with all the venom aimed at the club from certain people maybe we are better off finishing the season and re-gathering.
Totally deflated by the performance last night, to blame the ref is barmy, Hull were faster in every aspect of the game. Just can`t understand why after so many decent performances we turn out one like that on such an occasion. Somebody alluded to Disco`s weight, yes you are spot on and he had a shocker.Last week I talked Karl Pryce up, he was back to normal being injured after missing tackles. Still I`ve slept on it and feel better knowing that we have a future (unlike some of the players I guess), we are still here and if results go our way we may finish in the top 8, but with all the venom aimed at the club from certain people maybe we are better off finishing the season and re-gathering. Mumby was the best
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10:07am Sun 2 Sep 12

NORTHER1964 says...

Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.
Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing. NORTHER1964
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10:15am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

NORTHER1964 wrote:
Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.
Yes he made some bad calls, but is he any different to any other referee, can you name me a good one?, I can`t and on yesterdays performance the most dedicated Bulls fan reffing the match would not have influenced the result. I just can`t workout where that performance came from.
[quote][p][bold]NORTHER1964[/bold] wrote: Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.[/p][/quote]Yes he made some bad calls, but is he any different to any other referee, can you name me a good one?, I can`t and on yesterdays performance the most dedicated Bulls fan reffing the match would not have influenced the result. I just can`t workout where that performance came from. Mumby was the best
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10:27am Sun 2 Sep 12

yorkshiredude says...

Just as well I was drunk.
Just as well I was drunk. yorkshiredude
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10:42am Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

yorkshiredude wrote:
Just as well I was drunk.
Ah well there's an honest man.
[quote][p][bold]yorkshiredude[/bold] wrote: Just as well I was drunk.[/p][/quote]Ah well there's an honest man. raisemeup
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10:44am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

NORTHER1964 wrote:
Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.
Sigh, Bulls lost by 64 points and you think 90% of the blame goes to the ref.
City got smashed 4-0 yesterday because they weren't good enough funnily enough it was quite clear that the Bulls weren't good enough yesterday yet its laughable some are still clinging onto being hard done to by the referee.
[quote][p][bold]NORTHER1964[/bold] wrote: Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.[/p][/quote]Sigh, Bulls lost by 64 points and you think 90% of the blame goes to the ref. City got smashed 4-0 yesterday because they weren't good enough funnily enough it was quite clear that the Bulls weren't good enough yesterday yet its laughable some are still clinging onto being hard done to by the referee. Thee Voice of Reason
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10:55am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

JAtkinson wrote:
I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else.

Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip.

As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though.

Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.
[quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything. Mumby was the best
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10:59am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

JAtkinson wrote:
I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else.

Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip.

As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though.

Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
Once again pointless abuse.
As far as I am aware this is a forum to discuss sport in Bradford yet anyone who has a view differing to others is rounded on.
No just here but on the City forum too.
Its sad those who wish to express an opinion are slagged off but those who think a 4-0 defeat or a 64 point defeat is the fault of the ref.
As for being abused as a child I'm glad you see comments like that as funny I'm sure those who have been effected in that way are pleased with that comment. Can you tell me the logic behind that stupid ill thought comment
[quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]Once again pointless abuse. As far as I am aware this is a forum to discuss sport in Bradford yet anyone who has a view differing to others is rounded on. No just here but on the City forum too. Its sad those who wish to express an opinion are slagged off but those who think a 4-0 defeat or a 64 point defeat is the fault of the ref. As for being abused as a child I'm glad you see comments like that as funny I'm sure those who have been effected in that way are pleased with that comment. Can you tell me the logic behind that stupid ill thought comment Thee Voice of Reason
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11:00am Sun 2 Sep 12

Positivepete says...

Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end.

Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream.

If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not.

True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too?

We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.
Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need. Positivepete
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11:02am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
JAtkinson wrote:
I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else.

Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip.

As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though.

Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.
What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children?
It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.[/p][/quote]What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children? It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:04am Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
JAtkinson wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.
Every time I've read TVoR's comments, I've wanted to do something to him. Perhaps violence isn't the answer and he needs a friend, a talk and cuddle to offset some of the years of abuse and neglect he's so obviously suffered.

TVoR, if you're ever up at Odsal (it's up Manchester Rd, just off Odsal roundabout), give me a shout and I'll buy you a pint and you can cry into it. We could have a "Good Will Hunting" moment where I hug you and tell you it's not your faut. But I do think someone with qualifications in counselling would be more appropriate. Think about it.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.[/p][/quote]Every time I've read TVoR's comments, I've wanted to do something to him. Perhaps violence isn't the answer and he needs a friend, a talk and cuddle to offset some of the years of abuse and neglect he's so obviously suffered. TVoR, if you're ever up at Odsal (it's up Manchester Rd, just off Odsal roundabout), give me a shout and I'll buy you a pint and you can cry into it. We could have a "Good Will Hunting" moment where I hug you and tell you it's not your faut. But I do think someone with qualifications in counselling would be more appropriate. Think about it. JAtkinson
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11:09am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Theats of violence, now allegations of child abuse. Its so sad that a forum of debate is just used for insults.
Theats of violence, now allegations of child abuse. Its so sad that a forum of debate is just used for insults. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:11am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
JAtkinson wrote:
I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else.

Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip.

As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though.

Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.
What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children?
It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed.
I think the view regarding BCFC Lad and his like (Probably all the same person) has got to have some substance because the guy is sick. Yourself your just a pedantic sort.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.[/p][/quote]What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children? It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed.[/p][/quote]I think the view regarding BCFC Lad and his like (Probably all the same person) has got to have some substance because the guy is sick. Yourself your just a pedantic sort. Mumby was the best
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11:15am Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Theats of violence, now allegations of child abuse. Its so sad that a forum of debate is just used for insults.
It's not your fault. It's not your fault. It's not your fault. Shhhhh. It's not your fault.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: Theats of violence, now allegations of child abuse. Its so sad that a forum of debate is just used for insults.[/p][/quote]It's not your fault. It's not your fault. It's not your fault. Shhhhh. It's not your fault. JAtkinson
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11:29am Sun 2 Sep 12

Ackersthebull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
NORTHER1964 wrote:
Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.
Sigh, Bulls lost by 64 points and you think 90% of the blame goes to the ref.
City got smashed 4-0 yesterday because they weren't good enough funnily enough it was quite clear that the Bulls weren't good enough yesterday yet its laughable some are still clinging onto being hard done to by the referee.
Funnily enough both things can apply to one game!
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NORTHER1964[/bold] wrote: Looked like Thaler was looking after his home town (Wakefield) last night with that pathetic sin bin of Jefferies and other dodgy decisions, I don't like to put to much blame on Thaler but he has given Wakey that eigth spot and he should get the freedom of the city for that. Not all the blame should be put on Thalers shoulders (about 90%) as we made some bad errors and with the combintion of that and bad reffing we got a right thrashing. But on Thalers performance I now am shouting for Widnes and hope his precious Wakey get a drubbing.[/p][/quote]Sigh, Bulls lost by 64 points and you think 90% of the blame goes to the ref. City got smashed 4-0 yesterday because they weren't good enough funnily enough it was quite clear that the Bulls weren't good enough yesterday yet its laughable some are still clinging onto being hard done to by the referee.[/p][/quote]Funnily enough both things can apply to one game! Ackersthebull
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11:30am Sun 2 Sep 12

NORTHER1964 says...

I think by sin binning Jefferies heped utting Hull on the front foot and thy scored 22 points and that was the main contribution to our Loss,because of a incorrect decision from Thaler really did help Hull win and I stand by that.
I think by sin binning Jefferies heped utting Hull on the front foot and thy scored 22 points and that was the main contribution to our Loss,because of a incorrect decision from Thaler really did help Hull win and I stand by that. NORTHER1964
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11:31am Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
JAtkinson wrote:
I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else.

Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip.

As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though.

Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.
It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.
What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children?
It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed.
I think the view regarding BCFC Lad and his like (Probably all the same person) has got to have some substance because the guy is sick. Yourself your just a pedantic sort.
The BCFCLad is clearly a windup merchant.
Myself I tey to take a balanced view on all things if I can.
I'm a fan of all sport in Bradford and the surrounding district.
I have a season ticket for City but watch the Bulls and Cougars from time to time.
Instead of feeling sorry for City when they were in financial trouble caused by a man who jumped ship straight after I continued to give them my support, that doesn't mean I can't be critical of them because I am.
City find themselves in the bottom tier of the football league for the 5th yearas a price they paid for the actions of one man.
Which is why I found the its not the fans players and coaches fault line spouted so often by many Bulls fans very hollow.
I'm happy the Bulls will be in existance next season and I probably will be going to a few of their games again whatever league that happens to be in.
I just find the abuse on here appears to be growing against anyone who takes a different view.
I haven't broken any rules on this forum otherwise I'd have been banned so the T&A seem to believe I'm in my rights putting my view across.
I'll wait and see what they do regarding Mr Atkinson and his allegations of child abuse.
[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]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: I applauded the Bulls on to the pitch, sang the whole way through, and clapped both teams off. A loss - a huge loss - but after the pride and effort shown under the direst of circumstances this year, I couldn't do anything else. Fans will complain and they have aright to; fans will cheer the team and they have a right to. What I found wonderful was the number who stayed and sang and cheered well beyond the hooter. I know of no other team who would get that after such a mauling. The saga has galvanised the supporters and the club, and, last night aside, the players. For their efforts for us, thank you. Forget about last night - it was a terrible blip. As for the boo boys on here, those who don't support the Bulls or go to the games, why are you here. Taking joy from, gleefully rubbing your hands at someone else's disappointment is awful and I pity you. TVOR, BCLad et al, I don't know if was your mums, dads or games teachers who abused you but this is not a session with a psychologist and I suggest that's what you need. Get yourselves to the doctor's because such an embittered, negative outlook cannot be healthy and, to be honest, nobody wants you here. Hope you get well soon, though. Here's to a bright and successful future for the Bulls, if not this season then in years to come.[/p][/quote]It`s so sad because hatred solves nothing or adds to anything.[/p][/quote]What are your views on him suggesting some were abused as children? It seems comments like this are welcomed but opinions on Bradford sport other than those deemed positive are ridiculed.[/p][/quote]I think the view regarding BCFC Lad and his like (Probably all the same person) has got to have some substance because the guy is sick. Yourself your just a pedantic sort.[/p][/quote]The BCFCLad is clearly a windup merchant. Myself I tey to take a balanced view on all things if I can. I'm a fan of all sport in Bradford and the surrounding district. I have a season ticket for City but watch the Bulls and Cougars from time to time. Instead of feeling sorry for City when they were in financial trouble caused by a man who jumped ship straight after I continued to give them my support, that doesn't mean I can't be critical of them because I am. City find themselves in the bottom tier of the football league for the 5th yearas a price they paid for the actions of one man. Which is why I found the its not the fans players and coaches fault line spouted so often by many Bulls fans very hollow. I'm happy the Bulls will be in existance next season and I probably will be going to a few of their games again whatever league that happens to be in. I just find the abuse on here appears to be growing against anyone who takes a different view. I haven't broken any rules on this forum otherwise I'd have been banned so the T&A seem to believe I'm in my rights putting my view across. I'll wait and see what they do regarding Mr Atkinson and his allegations of child abuse. Thee Voice of Reason
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11:44am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Maybe fans on here don`t like you because even when positive things happen you still come on with negative views and then carry on the argument/discussion till you hope one of you dies.
Youv`e made your point I`ve made mine END OF.
Maybe fans on here don`t like you because even when positive things happen you still come on with negative views and then carry on the argument/discussion till you hope one of you dies. Youv`e made your point I`ve made mine END OF. Mumby was the best
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11:44am Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

I'm no professional, which is what you need, but i'd say equating cuddling with violence and a wholly negative outlook designed to cause others suffering or, at least, wind them up is, let's say, suggestive.

Now, shhhh, it's not your fault.
I'm no professional, which is what you need, but i'd say equating cuddling with violence and a wholly negative outlook designed to cause others suffering or, at least, wind them up is, let's say, suggestive. Now, shhhh, it's not your fault. JAtkinson
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11:50am Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this Mumby was the best
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12:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing.
Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:37pm Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.
Not entirely sure on that one.

The RFl own the 150 year lease.

They have money in reserve.

They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship

The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago.

Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell.

Ideal location for their offices.

Redhalll would make lovely apartments
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.[/p][/quote]Not entirely sure on that one. The RFl own the 150 year lease. They have money in reserve. They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago. Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell. Ideal location for their offices. Redhalll would make lovely apartments arhmen aleg
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12:56pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

arhmen aleg wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.
Not entirely sure on that one.

The RFl own the 150 year lease.

They have money in reserve.

They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship

The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago.

Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell.

Ideal location for their offices.

Redhalll would make lovely apartments
Why would you build a new stadium on a plot of land you don't own?
Surely getting Odsal back is a priority if redevelopment is going to be talked about.
[quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.[/p][/quote]Not entirely sure on that one. The RFl own the 150 year lease. They have money in reserve. They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago. Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell. Ideal location for their offices. Redhalll would make lovely apartments[/p][/quote]Why would you build a new stadium on a plot of land you don't own? Surely getting Odsal back is a priority if redevelopment is going to be talked about. Thee Voice of Reason
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12:59pm Sun 2 Sep 12

oswald777 says...

Cannot believe we still have the services of our 'defensive' coach, Lee St Hilaire, how the genius has not been snapped up by Wigan, Saints or Leeds i'll never know, since he started with the Bulls along with the worst manager ever to walk the planet McNamara, our defence has been just fantastic !! St Hilaire can hold his head high knowing our defence has been watertight these last 6 seasons, well done that man !!!
Cannot believe we still have the services of our 'defensive' coach, Lee St Hilaire, how the genius has not been snapped up by Wigan, Saints or Leeds i'll never know, since he started with the Bulls along with the worst manager ever to walk the planet McNamara, our defence has been just fantastic !! St Hilaire can hold his head high knowing our defence has been watertight these last 6 seasons, well done that man !!! oswald777
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1:13pm Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
arhmen aleg wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.
Not entirely sure on that one. The RFl own the 150 year lease. They have money in reserve. They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago. Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell. Ideal location for their offices. Redhalll would make lovely apartments
Why would you build a new stadium on a plot of land you don't own? Surely getting Odsal back is a priority if redevelopment is going to be talked about.
Not sure exactly.
The long lease is all that the RFL hold.

There is plenty of surplus land.


They possibly could own it jointly with the RFL if the RFL had any use for the site.

What has been mentioned by OK is the possibility of big games there.
Internationals (though unlike Rugby Union the internationals dont attract great crowds unless GB are playing the Aussies).

Cannot really answer without knowing all the legalities surrounding the lease,the amounts the Bulls are in debt to the RFL or any restrictions on development that the council may hold within the lease.
And the contaminastion issue.

What is sure is even putting a roof around the existing ground with additional facilities is going to take bucketfulls of cash and would perhaps be beyond OK on his own as he is already singing in his emotive rally cry.

I cannot do it without the fans he says.

Lot to do but things appear to be in the hands of people that want to do it.
If its the last thing he does he says to reinforce his commitment.

I"m sure CC and PH started with the same ambition.

The reality test will be where the brass (and lots of it)comes from.

Positive noises have all been heard before.
But Odsal is certainly7 better than 30 years ago so improvements will continue.
And Super league have determined the ground is not up to scratch
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]I think you will find dozens commented in the same thing. Also the priority should be to get the Bulls back on a good financial footing and Odsal back jn the ownership of the Bulls before announcing pipe dreams.[/p][/quote]Not entirely sure on that one. The RFl own the 150 year lease. They have money in reserve. They have perhaps more chance as a brand of attaching national stadium sponsorship The bulls rent is fixed presumably low through virtue of when the long lease was drawn 10 years ago. Can someone give me the point of advantage in owning it again or would it not be better to work with the RFL in a joint ventue where they get use of the stadium and land aswell. Ideal location for their offices. Redhalll would make lovely apartments[/p][/quote]Why would you build a new stadium on a plot of land you don't own? Surely getting Odsal back is a priority if redevelopment is going to be talked about.[/p][/quote]Not sure exactly. The long lease is all that the RFL hold. There is plenty of surplus land. They possibly could own it jointly with the RFL if the RFL had any use for the site. What has been mentioned by OK is the possibility of big games there. Internationals (though unlike Rugby Union the internationals dont attract great crowds unless GB are playing the Aussies). Cannot really answer without knowing all the legalities surrounding the lease,the amounts the Bulls are in debt to the RFL or any restrictions on development that the council may hold within the lease. And the contaminastion issue. What is sure is even putting a roof around the existing ground with additional facilities is going to take bucketfulls of cash and would perhaps be beyond OK on his own as he is already singing in his emotive rally cry. I cannot do it without the fans he says. Lot to do but things appear to be in the hands of people that want to do it. If its the last thing he does he says to reinforce his commitment. I"m sure CC and PH started with the same ambition. The reality test will be where the brass (and lots of it)comes from. Positive noises have all been heard before. But Odsal is certainly7 better than 30 years ago so improvements will continue. And Super league have determined the ground is not up to scratch arhmen aleg
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1:34pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season.
There you go again give it a rest, you are an overblown buffoon.
a long playing record, with nothing to say but repetitve.

Note: to all other posters TVof NP wishes you to know that the "BULLS" were at one time in administration. And now that the death penalty has been abolished, he would wish for a suitable punishment to be put in place!

Will you shut up now.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"[/p][/quote]Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season.[/p][/quote]There you go again give it a rest, you are an overblown buffoon. a long playing record, with nothing to say but repetitve. Note: to all other posters TVof NP wishes you to know that the "BULLS" were at one time in administration. And now that the death penalty has been abolished, he would wish for a suitable punishment to be put in place! Will you shut up now. raisemeup
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1:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me? raisemeup
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3:18pm Sun 2 Sep 12

arhmen aleg says...

raisemeup wrote:
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
Is that quote from the grid iron player the inspiration for Trevor Fosters attitude?

because that was the basis of everything he instilled in me.

i seem to recall a time in the seventies Northern getting hammered 72 nil at home and going down to League 2.

Young Mumby at 16 then came on the scene and did Northern not storm the following season to the second division championship winning practically every game and young Mumby (who had played football with me just two years earlier)set some sort of points record with his kicking.

Championship may be the best to regroup without the big money earners and allow the likes of modern day Mumbys their opportunity.

Tosh?

A winning team will still hopefully attract the fans.

the down.

No sky money?

Young Nobby was also only 18 when pursuing his debut and was not much more than 20 when I saw him take on Menningha"s Aussies at Headingley.

Surely that is the future now.

Proud to have known both those young Bradfordians and the Olympics show that w can produce our own.

Trevor Foster will have played a big part in Nobbys development of character.
I also remember Pete Craven who was also encouracing rugby league as part of that process in the schools (i went to Drummond where Keith took his first steps at 13 under the tutorliage of Bruce Vaughn our teacher with involvment from Pete Craven.)
Nobby"s brother Billy and myself had a go but decided we were better at the round ball game.

That has to be the future as Bullbuilder have demonstrated.

If Bateman is worth say half a million that method is productive.
Someone suggested he may be.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"[/p][/quote]Is that quote from the grid iron player the inspiration for Trevor Fosters attitude? because that was the basis of everything he instilled in me. i seem to recall a time in the seventies Northern getting hammered 72 nil at home and going down to League 2. Young Mumby at 16 then came on the scene and did Northern not storm the following season to the second division championship winning practically every game and young Mumby (who had played football with me just two years earlier)set some sort of points record with his kicking. Championship may be the best to regroup without the big money earners and allow the likes of modern day Mumbys their opportunity. Tosh? A winning team will still hopefully attract the fans. the down. No sky money? Young Nobby was also only 18 when pursuing his debut and was not much more than 20 when I saw him take on Menningha"s Aussies at Headingley. Surely that is the future now. Proud to have known both those young Bradfordians and the Olympics show that w can produce our own. Trevor Foster will have played a big part in Nobbys development of character. I also remember Pete Craven who was also encouracing rugby league as part of that process in the schools (i went to Drummond where Keith took his first steps at 13 under the tutorliage of Bruce Vaughn our teacher with involvment from Pete Craven.) Nobby"s brother Billy and myself had a go but decided we were better at the round ball game. That has to be the future as Bullbuilder have demonstrated. If Bateman is worth say half a million that method is productive. Someone suggested he may be. arhmen aleg
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3:23pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

raisemeup wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season.
There you go again give it a rest, you are an overblown buffoon.
a long playing record, with nothing to say but repetitve.

Note: to all other posters TVof NP wishes you to know that the "BULLS" were at one time in administration. And now that the death penalty has been abolished, he would wish for a suitable punishment to be put in place!

Will you shut up now.
I take it your not going to define a level playing field then.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"[/p][/quote]Can you define a level playing field because only 1 team has gone into administration for spending more than they could afford this season.[/p][/quote]There you go again give it a rest, you are an overblown buffoon. a long playing record, with nothing to say but repetitve. Note: to all other posters TVof NP wishes you to know that the "BULLS" were at one time in administration. And now that the death penalty has been abolished, he would wish for a suitable punishment to be put in place! Will you shut up now.[/p][/quote]I take it your not going to define a level playing field then. Thee Voice of Reason
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3:30pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

raisemeup wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?
For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?[/p][/quote]For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example. Thee Voice of Reason
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3:57pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?
For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.
Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!!

Thee Voice of Reason says...
11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12
Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again.

The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day.

I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement)
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?[/p][/quote]For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.[/p][/quote]Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!! Thee Voice of Reason says... 11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12 Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again. The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day. I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement) Mumby was the best
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4:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Now I see where you get your foresight from you time travel.
Now I see where you get your foresight from you time travel. Mumby was the best
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4:09pm Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?
For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.
Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!!

Thee Voice of Reason says...
11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12
Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again.

The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day.

I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement)
Leave him alone, it's not his fault.

TVoR - It's not your fault. Shhhhh, it's not your fault.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?[/p][/quote]For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.[/p][/quote]Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!! Thee Voice of Reason says... 11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12 Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again. The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day. I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement)[/p][/quote]Leave him alone, it's not his fault. TVoR - It's not your fault. Shhhhh, it's not your fault. JAtkinson
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4:26pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
Mumby was the best wrote:
Just thought I would add this before turning you off.

Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you.


"I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal."

This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this
You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?
For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.
Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!!

Thee Voice of Reason says...
11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12
Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again.

The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day.

I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement)
Once again shouting off calling me a liar.
The bbc article which was online on the 31st Aug states in its second paragraph that the deal is to be ratified by the RFL.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Just thought I would add this before turning you off. Example yesterdays news the Bulls had been saved elicited this response from you. "I said the day the Odeon closed that nothing will have happened to it 10 years down the line and I can safely say that the Wembley of the North will not happen, unless by the Wembley of the north they mean putting a roof on Odsal." This was in response to a hopeful statement within a large article, yet you picked on this[/p][/quote]You have the point to a tee, there Mumby. He only picks a word or phrase in any post, to comment on! Sometimes missing the whole context of the post to get his viewpoint over. Classic narcissistic behaviour if you ask me?[/p][/quote]For what its worth, I was going to comment more positively on the Khan deal but when another story was shortly released saying the RFL are still to vote on the deal I thought I would hold back from doing so. We all know how stupid people can look by commenting on something that isn't actually set in stone yet, such as qualification for the playoff for example.[/p][/quote]Taken from yesterdays forum notice the time!! Thee Voice of Reason says... 11:25am Sat 1 Sep 12 Wembley of the North, not that pipe dream again. The Rl ratification story was not posted till 5.28pm on the same day. I think you look stupid FACT (also liar to try and back up your statement)[/p][/quote]Once again shouting off calling me a liar. The bbc article which was online on the 31st Aug states in its second paragraph that the deal is to be ratified by the RFL. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:27pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Now I see where you get your foresight from you time travel.
If by time travel you mean the bbc website then yes.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: Now I see where you get your foresight from you time travel.[/p][/quote]If by time travel you mean the bbc website then yes. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:29pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:38pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
But you held back because of the ratification story which broke 24 hours later.
If you can`t accept you got it wrong so be it,but I know due to the FACTS (something you love to bleat on about) you are trying to cover your ar**
Basically a LIAR when caught out.
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.[/p][/quote]But you held back because of the ratification story which broke 24 hours later. If you can`t accept you got it wrong so be it,but I know due to the FACTS (something you love to bleat on about) you are trying to cover your ar** Basically a LIAR when caught out. Mumby was the best
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4:42pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's?
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.[/p][/quote]Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's? Sheffieldbull
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4:52pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Mumby was the best wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
But you held back because of the ratification story which broke 24 hours later.
If you can`t accept you got it wrong so be it,but I know due to the FACTS (something you love to bleat on about) you are trying to cover your ar**
Basically a LIAR when caught out.
What are you talking about in the bbc story which was online on Friday they stated the RFL had to ratify the deal and wouldn't be doing so till next week this was before the news was even posted on here.

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/0/rugby-leagu
e/19446070

So you will see details that the deal was to be ratified were availble on Friday evening.
[quote][p][bold]Mumby was the best[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.[/p][/quote]But you held back because of the ratification story which broke 24 hours later. If you can`t accept you got it wrong so be it,but I know due to the FACTS (something you love to bleat on about) you are trying to cover your ar** Basically a LIAR when caught out.[/p][/quote]What are you talking about in the bbc story which was online on Friday they stated the RFL had to ratify the deal and wouldn't be doing so till next week this was before the news was even posted on here. http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/rugby-leagu e/19446070 So you will see details that the deal was to be ratified were availble on Friday evening. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's?
I've posted my link as I can backup what I say.
[quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.[/p][/quote]Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's?[/p][/quote]I've posted my link as I can backup what I say. Thee Voice of Reason
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4:58pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Sheffieldbull says...

Brown sauce with that TVoNP?
Brown sauce with that TVoNP? Sheffieldbull
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5:08pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Just to keep you up to date, Wigan have beaten Hull KR to do the Bulls a favour today.
Just to keep you up to date, Wigan have beaten Hull KR to do the Bulls a favour today. Thee Voice of Reason
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5:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
Sheffieldbull wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason wrote:
The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.
Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's?
I've posted my link as I can backup what I say.
Not really interested as to the timing of the story from whom and where and when, more concerned with the what, it means to us as a club.
The rfl do like to play the power game don't they?

He hasn't asked what narcissistic means yet Mumby?
Not sure either, but it sounds good???
[quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sheffieldbull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thee Voice of Reason[/bold] wrote: The news about Khan broke on Friday evening btw, the T&A as always were late with the story.[/p][/quote]Some say it's not your fault TVoR, but i'm not so sure! More porkie's?[/p][/quote]I've posted my link as I can backup what I say.[/p][/quote]Not really interested as to the timing of the story from whom and where and when, more concerned with the what, it means to us as a club. The rfl do like to play the power game don't they? He hasn't asked what narcissistic means yet Mumby? Not sure either, but it sounds good??? raisemeup
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5:49pm Sun 2 Sep 12

-HCK3R- says...

Thee Voice of Reason.....a.k.a I Like The Sound of My Own Voice .......the self proclaimed leader of all egomaniacs !!!!!!
Thee Voice of Reason.....a.k.a I Like The Sound of My Own Voice .......the self proclaimed leader of all egomaniacs !!!!!! -HCK3R-
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5:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

-HCK3R- wrote:
Thee Voice of Reason.....a.k.a I Like The Sound of My Own Voice .......the self proclaimed leader of all egomaniacs !!!!!!
You do know there is no sound of any voice on a forum don't you?
Like I say I back up what I post it's not my fault some are found wanting when they try to show me up and fail.
[quote][p][bold]-HCK3R-[/bold] wrote: Thee Voice of Reason.....a.k.a I Like The Sound of My Own Voice .......the self proclaimed leader of all egomaniacs !!!!!![/p][/quote]You do know there is no sound of any voice on a forum don't you? Like I say I back up what I post it's not my fault some are found wanting when they try to show me up and fail. Thee Voice of Reason
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7:00pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

I bow to you. Negativity rules.
I bow to you. Negativity rules. Mumby was the best
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7:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bringbackjimmy says...

Positivepete wrote:
Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.
Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now.
The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking.
I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter.
Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months.
The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year.
The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club.
My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory.
As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby
performance, we would have still walked out early.
Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature.
But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved.
Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused.
Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB
[quote][p][bold]Positivepete[/bold] wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.[/p][/quote]Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB bringbackjimmy
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7:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

Yes and some people who lived south of Bradford heeded the announcement that The M62 was closed J26 to J27 to avoid the chaos once the Hull supporters began to leave.

Also a great post Thanks for commonsense, I sometimes lose mine with some on here. I`m off to darkened room!!
Yes and some people who lived south of Bradford heeded the announcement that The M62 was closed J26 to J27 to avoid the chaos once the Hull supporters began to leave. Also a great post Thanks for commonsense, I sometimes lose mine with some on here. I`m off to darkened room!! Mumby was the best
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7:14pm Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

bringbackjimmy wrote:
Positivepete wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.
Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB
Good call on all points. I stayed to the end but that doesn't make me better or worse than anyone else at the game.

Onwards and upwards but, most of all, safe.
[quote][p][bold]bringbackjimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positivepete[/bold] wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.[/p][/quote]Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB[/p][/quote]Good call on all points. I stayed to the end but that doesn't make me better or worse than anyone else at the game. Onwards and upwards but, most of all, safe. JAtkinson
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8:03pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

JAtkinson wrote:
bringbackjimmy wrote:
Positivepete wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.
Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB
Good call on all points. I stayed to the end but that doesn't make me better or worse than anyone else at the game.

Onwards and upwards but, most of all, safe.
Yes they were good and well thought out posts.
It's a pleasure to read the true extent of all the variables we as supporters feel.
Without that passion we wouldn't have had a club.

Like Mumby I get annoyed at those that are not supporters of either Rugby or the Bulls, coming out with the pompous drivel that irritates the Hell out of me. Like wise I suspect they may say the same of me, The one difference being we do not go onto the BC site to spout about something we are not interested in.
Or in my case know nothing about.
[quote][p][bold]JAtkinson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bringbackjimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positivepete[/bold] wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.[/p][/quote]Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB[/p][/quote]Good call on all points. I stayed to the end but that doesn't make me better or worse than anyone else at the game. Onwards and upwards but, most of all, safe.[/p][/quote]Yes they were good and well thought out posts. It's a pleasure to read the true extent of all the variables we as supporters feel. Without that passion we wouldn't have had a club. Like Mumby I get annoyed at those that are not supporters of either Rugby or the Bulls, coming out with the pompous drivel that irritates the Hell out of me. Like wise I suspect they may say the same of me, The one difference being we do not go onto the BC site to spout about something we are not interested in. Or in my case know nothing about. raisemeup
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8:40pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Thee Voice of Reason says...

Wakefield have just won 22 - 18.
Wakefield have just won 22 - 18. Thee Voice of Reason
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8:53pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

arhmen aleg wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"
Is that quote from the grid iron player the inspiration for Trevor Fosters attitude?

because that was the basis of everything he instilled in me.

i seem to recall a time in the seventies Northern getting hammered 72 nil at home and going down to League 2.

Young Mumby at 16 then came on the scene and did Northern not storm the following season to the second division championship winning practically every game and young Mumby (who had played football with me just two years earlier)set some sort of points record with his kicking.

Championship may be the best to regroup without the big money earners and allow the likes of modern day Mumbys their opportunity.

Tosh?

A winning team will still hopefully attract the fans.

the down.

No sky money?

Young Nobby was also only 18 when pursuing his debut and was not much more than 20 when I saw him take on Menningha"s Aussies at Headingley.

Surely that is the future now.

Proud to have known both those young Bradfordians and the Olympics show that w can produce our own.

Trevor Foster will have played a big part in Nobbys development of character.
I also remember Pete Craven who was also encouracing rugby league as part of that process in the schools (i went to Drummond where Keith took his first steps at 13 under the tutorliage of Bruce Vaughn our teacher with involvment from Pete Craven.)
Nobby"s brother Billy and myself had a go but decided we were better at the round ball game.

That has to be the future as Bullbuilder have demonstrated.

If Bateman is worth say half a million that method is productive.
Someone suggested he may be.
No the quote was more general than that, but Trevor Foster maybe borrowed that from Winston Churchill? It was always Trevor's way to create enthusiasm with also a deep understanding of his fellow man.

You may be slightly out on Keith Mumby it was a 72-9 win on his debut (in 73 I think when his personal tally was 27 points). Northern were not drubbed by 72 points in the 70s but nearly in the noughties.

I believe Brian Noble's debut was in 1978, as he is younger than Keith by 6 years, but you are right he did go to Drummond, but as you know after your time there, due to what I perceive is the age differnce, you must be approx. the same age as Keith Mumby if you played football together at the age of 13.

Fascinating what snippets you can pick up from the historical data, available is it not
[quote][p][bold]arhmen aleg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: A bridge too far, all we needed was a level playing field , which didnt't happen. Well done to Mick & the lads for their unstinting efforts, under extremely appauling cercumstances, not of their making. We wish them all well whatever paths they may take and leave them with our match programmes 'thought for today' from Doug Williams(American Footballer) "Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the abiity to handle the win with the dignity that we asbsorbed the loss"[/p][/quote]Is that quote from the grid iron player the inspiration for Trevor Fosters attitude? because that was the basis of everything he instilled in me. i seem to recall a time in the seventies Northern getting hammered 72 nil at home and going down to League 2. Young Mumby at 16 then came on the scene and did Northern not storm the following season to the second division championship winning practically every game and young Mumby (who had played football with me just two years earlier)set some sort of points record with his kicking. Championship may be the best to regroup without the big money earners and allow the likes of modern day Mumbys their opportunity. Tosh? A winning team will still hopefully attract the fans. the down. No sky money? Young Nobby was also only 18 when pursuing his debut and was not much more than 20 when I saw him take on Menningha"s Aussies at Headingley. Surely that is the future now. Proud to have known both those young Bradfordians and the Olympics show that w can produce our own. Trevor Foster will have played a big part in Nobbys development of character. I also remember Pete Craven who was also encouracing rugby league as part of that process in the schools (i went to Drummond where Keith took his first steps at 13 under the tutorliage of Bruce Vaughn our teacher with involvment from Pete Craven.) Nobby"s brother Billy and myself had a go but decided we were better at the round ball game. That has to be the future as Bullbuilder have demonstrated. If Bateman is worth say half a million that method is productive. Someone suggested he may be.[/p][/quote]No the quote was more general than that, but Trevor Foster maybe borrowed that from Winston Churchill? It was always Trevor's way to create enthusiasm with also a deep understanding of his fellow man. You may be slightly out on Keith Mumby it was a 72-9 win on his debut (in 73 I think when his personal tally was 27 points). Northern were not drubbed by 72 points in the 70s but nearly in the noughties. I believe Brian Noble's debut was in 1978, as he is younger than Keith by 6 years, but you are right he did go to Drummond, but as you know after your time there, due to what I perceive is the age differnce, you must be approx. the same age as Keith Mumby if you played football together at the age of 13. Fascinating what snippets you can pick up from the historical data, available is it not raisemeup
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8:54pm Sun 2 Sep 12

RuggerTyke says...

Can kiss goodbye to play-offs now
Can kiss goodbye to play-offs now RuggerTyke
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9:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

smitto says...

hardy43 wrote:
I'm sorry, but there is no referee on earth who can create a result like that! I have to agree that a lot of players have been told they have no future at the Bulls, due to cutting costs, or the decision has been made about what division we will be in next season.
True, however from 6-0 up to 10-6 down while Jeffries was off swung the momentum Hulls way and other odd decisions made me wonder what his remit was, there was no way Jeffries should have been sin-binned.
[quote][p][bold]hardy43[/bold] wrote: I'm sorry, but there is no referee on earth who can create a result like that! I have to agree that a lot of players have been told they have no future at the Bulls, due to cutting costs, or the decision has been made about what division we will be in next season.[/p][/quote]True, however from 6-0 up to 10-6 down while Jeffries was off swung the momentum Hulls way and other odd decisions made me wonder what his remit was, there was no way Jeffries should have been sin-binned. smitto
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9:04pm Sun 2 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

hahaha we in the top 8. ta for last nihgt 6-70 lol loosers
hahaha we in the top 8. ta for last nihgt 6-70 lol loosers New Hall Nev
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9:44pm Sun 2 Sep 12

Positivepete says...

bringbackjimmy wrote:
Positivepete wrote:
Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.
Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now.
The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking.
I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter.
Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months.
The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year.
The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club.
My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory.
As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby
performance, we would have still walked out early.
Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature.
But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved.
Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused.
Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB
My comment about my dissapointment was aimed at those who left well early, twenty to thirty minutes early. Not those who left five mins early to get ahead of the traffic.

This was likely the last time that we supporters could collectively thank all the players for a great season compared to what has been recently served up. We might not get the chance again to thank them as a group, coaches, players and yes us as supporters, as some players have already committed to other clubs and hopefully Mick will be asked to take us forward and will make some player changes under the new leadership. Hopefully we beat cats and wakey lose and we will get another chance to cheer them on.

For me I felt that those that left well early because of admittedly a very poor show could have found it in themselves to stay behind as a thank you for the season rather than showing their disgust for one bad performance.

It is only an opinion. If you feel that leaving early is your way of showing your disappointment then so be it. We all have our ways of showing our support and disappointment.

I for one would like to see this forum sharing our passion for our team rather than some of the senseless posts on here. We nearly lost our team to liquidation.

Let's get together and support them in every way we can....even if we might disagree on how that support is shown.
[quote][p][bold]bringbackjimmy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positivepete[/bold] wrote: Yes last night was disappointing but what was more disappointing to me was the so called supporters who left well before the end. Based on where I thought would end up at the start of this season, this season has been fantastic. Without the six point deduction we would have made the playoffs already and still could with a bit of a miracle and results going our way. I can but dream. If after all that has passed this season you cannot stay behind and applaud the boys last home match for the season, and not just this one sorry performance, you need to ask if you are a supporter or not. True supporters of the team and the game stay till the bitter end. We even showed our appreciation by clapping Hull off the field and our boys too? We have a new owner and for one I am looking forward to next season with some fresh business ideas that we all need.[/p][/quote]Now I know why I've stayed off this forum for some time now. The place is full of either madmen, children, psycopaths, or spotlight seeking people with nothing better to do with their time but wind everyone up with their pi$$taking. I came on to give my thanks for another rollercoaster of a season, but one where I can say that I was proud to be a Bulls supporter. Mick Potter, the player, the coaches, and everyone connected with the Bulls should be congratulated on the fighting spirit showed during the past few months. The team did incredibly well to finish where they did, and the points deduction masks the true resulsts achieved through the year. The comment about supporters leaving early is unfair to those who have been loyal throughout all the past few years when utter dross has been served up at the club. My family and I have still purchased our season tickets, even though we never expected any glory. As such, I believe we have the right to display our disappointment in the team performance in whatever way we see fit. Had we finished in top position and turned in such a shabby performance, we would have still walked out early. Those people who remained to applaud the team off are to be admired for their stalwart nature. But please don't throw mud by saying that anyone who left early was not a true supporter. I have been, still am, and always will be a very loyal fan. But I know a lack of effort when I see it, and last night was a prime example of a lot of players breathing a collective sigh of relief that things had finally (apparently)been resolved. Yes, Hull played some good rugby, but 70 points against with no further score from the Bulls cannot be excused. Bring on next season - new start - new team - new expectations - COYB[/p][/quote]My comment about my dissapointment was aimed at those who left well early, twenty to thirty minutes early. Not those who left five mins early to get ahead of the traffic. This was likely the last time that we supporters could collectively thank all the players for a great season compared to what has been recently served up. We might not get the chance again to thank them as a group, coaches, players and yes us as supporters, as some players have already committed to other clubs and hopefully Mick will be asked to take us forward and will make some player changes under the new leadership. Hopefully we beat cats and wakey lose and we will get another chance to cheer them on. For me I felt that those that left well early because of admittedly a very poor show could have found it in themselves to stay behind as a thank you for the season rather than showing their disgust for one bad performance. It is only an opinion. If you feel that leaving early is your way of showing your disappointment then so be it. We all have our ways of showing our support and disappointment. I for one would like to see this forum sharing our passion for our team rather than some of the senseless posts on here. We nearly lost our team to liquidation. Let's get together and support them in every way we can....even if we might disagree on how that support is shown. Positivepete
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10:13pm Sun 2 Sep 12

O ye of little faith says...

Despite last nights debacle no one can take away what the Bulls coach and players have achieved this season.Starting off with horrendous injuries and then the off field financial problems,they still managed to win enough points to be in the top eight.This includes doing the double over their two greatest rivals for the eighth position,due to entering administration they were as everone knows deducted 6 points not 4 as Wakefiel were last season which seems not quite fair,but still they took it on the chin and just got on with it.Last nights result in light of recent performances is hard to take,but for those with short memories during the Super League era most of the top teams have conceded 70 or more points.In fact I recall the Bulls putting 80 points past Hull and 84 past Warrington,it can happen in Rugby League.One side has all the possession and gets on a roll,gets all the calls and its hard to stop the,Bulls have been in that position themselves in the past it happens so its no use trying to blame the team or the coaching although its difficult not to do when its your own team thats suffering.Unless a miracle happens next weekend the Bulls season will be over,having said that you never can tell where there is life there is hope.So you never know we can but hope,and lets also hope we stay in Super League and advance under the new ownership.No matter how passionate we are about the Bulls its still only a game you know and in all games there is winners and losers.Keep the faith COYB.
Despite last nights debacle no one can take away what the Bulls coach and players have achieved this season.Starting off with horrendous injuries and then the off field financial problems,they still managed to win enough points to be in the top eight.This includes doing the double over their two greatest rivals for the eighth position,due to entering administration they were as everone knows deducted 6 points not 4 as Wakefiel were last season which seems not quite fair,but still they took it on the chin and just got on with it.Last nights result in light of recent performances is hard to take,but for those with short memories during the Super League era most of the top teams have conceded 70 or more points.In fact I recall the Bulls putting 80 points past Hull and 84 past Warrington,it can happen in Rugby League.One side has all the possession and gets on a roll,gets all the calls and its hard to stop the,Bulls have been in that position themselves in the past it happens so its no use trying to blame the team or the coaching although its difficult not to do when its your own team thats suffering.Unless a miracle happens next weekend the Bulls season will be over,having said that you never can tell where there is life there is hope.So you never know we can but hope,and lets also hope we stay in Super League and advance under the new ownership.No matter how passionate we are about the Bulls its still only a game you know and in all games there is winners and losers.Keep the faith COYB. O ye of little faith
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10:13pm Sun 2 Sep 12

O ye of little faith says...

Despite last nights debacle no one can take away what the Bulls coach and players have achieved this season.Starting off with horrendous injuries and then the off field financial problems,they still managed to win enough points to be in the top eight.This includes doing the double over their two greatest rivals for the eighth position,due to entering administration they were as everone knows deducted 6 points not 4 as Wakefiel were last season which seems not quite fair,but still they took it on the chin and just got on with it.Last nights result in light of recent performances is hard to take,but for those with short memories during the Super League era most of the top teams have conceded 70 or more points.In fact I recall the Bulls putting 80 points past Hull and 84 past Warrington,it can happen in Rugby League.One side has all the possession and gets on a roll,gets all the calls and its hard to stop the,Bulls have been in that position themselves in the past it happens so its no use trying to blame the team or the coaching although its difficult not to do when its your own team thats suffering.Unless a miracle happens next weekend the Bulls season will be over,having said that you never can tell where there is life there is hope.So you never know we can but hope,and lets also hope we stay in Super League and advance under the new ownership.No matter how passionate we are about the Bulls its still only a game you know and in all games there is winners and losers.Keep the faith COYB.
Despite last nights debacle no one can take away what the Bulls coach and players have achieved this season.Starting off with horrendous injuries and then the off field financial problems,they still managed to win enough points to be in the top eight.This includes doing the double over their two greatest rivals for the eighth position,due to entering administration they were as everone knows deducted 6 points not 4 as Wakefiel were last season which seems not quite fair,but still they took it on the chin and just got on with it.Last nights result in light of recent performances is hard to take,but for those with short memories during the Super League era most of the top teams have conceded 70 or more points.In fact I recall the Bulls putting 80 points past Hull and 84 past Warrington,it can happen in Rugby League.One side has all the possession and gets on a roll,gets all the calls and its hard to stop the,Bulls have been in that position themselves in the past it happens so its no use trying to blame the team or the coaching although its difficult not to do when its your own team thats suffering.Unless a miracle happens next weekend the Bulls season will be over,having said that you never can tell where there is life there is hope.So you never know we can but hope,and lets also hope we stay in Super League and advance under the new ownership.No matter how passionate we are about the Bulls its still only a game you know and in all games there is winners and losers.Keep the faith COYB. O ye of little faith
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10:21pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bradfordbronco says...

New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different.
New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different. bradfordbronco
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10:36pm Sun 2 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different.
you shunt have any points for cheeting 6-70 makes me laugh loosers leauge 1 for you next year lol rubbish cheet rugby team rubbish soccer team rubbish grounds rubbish city haha I would leave ther if where you
go Wakey into playoffs we go lol
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different.[/p][/quote]you shunt have any points for cheeting 6-70 makes me laugh loosers leauge 1 for you next year lol rubbish cheet rugby team rubbish soccer team rubbish grounds rubbish city haha I would leave ther if where you go Wakey into playoffs we go lol New Hall Nev
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11:05pm Sun 2 Sep 12

JAtkinson says...

New Hall Nev wrote:
bradfordbronco wrote:
New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different.
you shunt have any points for cheeting 6-70 makes me laugh loosers leauge 1 for you next year lol rubbish cheet rugby team rubbish soccer team rubbish grounds rubbish city haha I would leave ther if where you
go Wakey into playoffs we go lol
Jeez, and people say schools in Bradford are poor.
[quote][p][bold]New Hall Nev[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: New Hall Nev You must be so proud of your wakefield team. Played 26 lost 14 & points difference -139!!. We might not make the play offs but we know we've done better than you. Keep deluding yourself that you've earned a right to get into the playoffs if you want cos we all know different.[/p][/quote]you shunt have any points for cheeting 6-70 makes me laugh loosers leauge 1 for you next year lol rubbish cheet rugby team rubbish soccer team rubbish grounds rubbish city haha I would leave ther if where you go Wakey into playoffs we go lol[/p][/quote]Jeez, and people say schools in Bradford are poor. JAtkinson
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11:11pm Sun 2 Sep 12

bradfordbronco says...

Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!!
Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!! bradfordbronco
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11:35pm Sun 2 Sep 12

raisemeup says...

Coincidence is strange isn't it you wait for ages and then they all come at once?

Take the sin bin that shouldn't have been at our match and then the same happens to a Widnes player, on the day after.
Isn't that as strange as fiction??
Coincidence is strange isn't it you wait for ages and then they all come at once? Take the sin bin that shouldn't have been at our match and then the same happens to a Widnes player, on the day after. Isn't that as strange as fiction?? raisemeup
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12:26am Mon 3 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

raisemeup wrote:
Coincidence is strange isn't it you wait for ages and then they all come at once?

Take the sin bin that shouldn't have been at our match and then the same happens to a Widnes player, on the day after.
Isn't that as strange as fiction??
only thing strange is you looser the refs all love Wakey and hate bradford .you idiot. your rubbish cheeters. get over it lol
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: Coincidence is strange isn't it you wait for ages and then they all come at once? Take the sin bin that shouldn't have been at our match and then the same happens to a Widnes player, on the day after. Isn't that as strange as fiction??[/p][/quote]only thing strange is you looser the refs all love Wakey and hate bradford .you idiot. your rubbish cheeters. get over it lol New Hall Nev
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12:29am Mon 3 Sep 12

New Hall Nev says...

bradfordbronco wrote:
Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!!
you arnt even in them lol only honest teams allowed in . not money cheets. hope you like leauge 1 looser ha
WAkey crowd gos up yours dropping lol
[quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!![/p][/quote]you arnt even in them lol only honest teams allowed in . not money cheets. hope you like leauge 1 looser ha WAkey crowd gos up yours dropping lol New Hall Nev
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8:09am Mon 3 Sep 12

Mumby was the best says...

New Hall Nev wrote:
bradfordbronco wrote:
Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!!
you arnt even in them lol only honest teams allowed in . not money cheets. hope you like leauge 1 looser ha
WAkey crowd gos up yours dropping lol
Methinks this guy is spelling wrong on purpose! Could he be you know who.
Also if we beat or draw at Catalan and Wakefield lose, who is in top 8?
[quote][p][bold]New Hall Nev[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradfordbronco[/bold] wrote: Wakey into the play offs & out of the play offs the following week!![/p][/quote]you arnt even in them lol only honest teams allowed in . not money cheets. hope you like leauge 1 looser ha WAkey crowd gos up yours dropping lol[/p][/quote]Methinks this guy is spelling wrong on purpose! Could he be you know who. Also if we beat or draw at Catalan and Wakefield lose, who is in top 8? Mumby was the best
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6:06pm Mon 3 Sep 12

oswald777 says...

New Hall Nev, please write in English, i don't speak retard.
New Hall Nev, please write in English, i don't speak retard. oswald777
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