Bradford Bulls managing director Steve Ferres has urged the club’s fans to get back on board for life in the Championship next season, calling the experience a “journey” that they want to share with supporters.
The Bulls will be relegated should they lose at Huddersfield – or Salford and Hull both win – this weekend, and Ferres admits that for the club to turn things around, they need the supporters to keep backing them as they prepare for life in the second tier.
“There is an element of us believing that we will now make our own luck and start to turn things around,” Ferres told the Telegraph and Argus.
“To do so, we need the loyal supporters who have got the club at heart to continue to give us their fantastic backing.
“They need to get their friends and family, who were watching the Bulls in their heyday, to come back and enjoy what is going to be a change in experience at the club.
“It’s going to be a journey and we want the supporters to come along and share that journey. It’s not just about Marc (Green). He is a custodian of the club but he can’t do it on his own – he needs everyone to buy in to everything that we’re looking to do.”
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