Kear expects response from West Wales side who need patience from the game, says Kear

They were on the wrong end of a record-breaking defeat last week – and John Kear insists he is preparing his Bradford side for a backlash on Sunday from a West Wales Raiders side who need patience and support to grow. The Raiders head to Odsal off the back of a 144-0 loss at York – and without former coach…

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Hall hopeful of another great advert for League 1 on Sunday at Doncaster

It has been the league at the centre of so many positive headlines and stories already this season – and Doncaster CEO Carl Hall is hopeful both the Dons and Bradford can provide another fantastic advert for League 1 on Sunday. The competition’s top-two lock horns at the Keepmoat on Sunday afternoon, with the Bulls and the Dons vying for…

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George Flanagan: Living the Dream at Bradford Bulls

Hooker George Flanagan tells TOM COATES of his delight at being back at Bradford Bulls and his gratitude to Hunslet and Batley Bulldogs ON Sunday, March 11, George Flanagan realised a childhood dream, almost ten years after it was taken away from him. The 31-year-old hooker savoured the sweet moment after scoring a try to help hometown club Bradford Bulls…

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Pryce enjoying life as a coach as he prepares to face first love on Sunday

Workington coach Leon Pryce admits it will be a special occasion for him on Sunday as he welcomes his hometown club to Cumbria for a mouthwatering League 1 clash. Town is the latest team to try and beat the only unbeaten side remaining in the country, when they meet table-topping Bradford this weekend. Pryce admits it will be a proud…

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Kear proud of unbeaten Bulls as they take perfect record to Workington

Bradford are the sole unbeaten team remaining in the professional game this season – and coach John Kear admits he couldn’t be more proud of that feat as the Bulls head to Cumbria on Sunday to face Workington. The Bulls will put their unbeaten start on the line against former player Leon Pryce’s Workington Town, following four wins from four…

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COLUMN: Whisper it quietly, but Bradford look like a club finally on the up again

Somebody once told me that if the demise of Bradford Bulls had happened to a major American sporting franchise, it would have been made into a multi-million dollar Hollywood blockbuster by now. It’s almost inconceivable to imagine that in little over a decade, one club could go from being world champions to finding themselves in the bottom tier of the…

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Throwback: The last time Bradford and Keighley met competitively.. in 1989!

There’s bound to be a bumper crowd this weekend at Cougar Park – potentially the biggest outside of Super League, in fact. That’s because there’s the small matter of a mouthwatering League 1 derby between Keighley and local rivals Bradford in BD21 – where four, maybe even five, thousand people are expected to pack into the stadium to watch the…

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Kear delighted with tough opener at York as Bradford begin life in League 1

Bradford coach John Kear insists their mouthwatering League 1 opener at York is an ideal test for his new-look Bulls side – and a firm reminder of just how tough life in the third-tier will be for the former Super League champions. Many expect the Bulls to return to the Championship at the first attempt this year, but they have…

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Bradford land McNally as Toronto dual-reg partnership is confirmed

Bradford Bulls have signed former Leigh fullback Gregg McNally. The 27-year-old Cumbrian was without a club following the Centurions’ relegation, but has become John Kear’s latest addition ahead of the 2018 season. He spent the last six seasons with Leigh and made 15 appearances last season, but has now dropped to League 1 to join the Bulls on a two-year…

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