Saturday, October 25, 2014
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Bradford Bulls

Is Marwan Koukash’s brother set to buy the Bulls?

Dr Marwan Koukash. ©RLPhotos

A strong rumour is circulating that one of Dr Marwan Koukash’s brothers is set to make a bid to buy the Bradford Bulls. The Salford Red Devils owner is one of seven siblings and sees potential in our sport to make lots of money. Our source indicated his enthusiasm rubbed off on his sibling, who is preparing a bid that ... Read More »

Match report: Bradford Bulls 25-12 London Broncos


In a nutshell London fought hard but Bradford had just too much quality for the Broncos How it unfolded First half Scruffy first 10 minutes with few chances and a lot of errors; Adrian Purtell puts Jamie Foster through on 11 minutes with a superb pass, he offloads to Luke Gale who goes over under the sticks, Foster converts; Bradford ... Read More »

Nick Scruton leaves the Bradford Bulls

Nick Scruton. ©RLPhotos

Bradford Bulls have confirmed the departure of frontrower Nick Scruton, who has joined Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for an undisclosed fee agreed by the club’s administrators. The 29-year-old prop has opted for a move away from The Provident Stadium, ending a six-year tenure with the Odsal club. He follows in the footsteps of Garreth Carvell and Jarrod Sammut, who both left ... Read More »

We need to keep hold of players, insists Cummins


Bradford Bulls coach Francis Cummins says the Bulls have very little chance of surviving if they lose any more players. The Odsal club have endured some severe off-field problems and have just been handed a six-point penalty for entering administration. That derailed a takeover bid that was almost complete and leaves them with no owner and sitting on the brink ... Read More »

Francis Cummins: It’s a little bit like a deja vu

Cummins and staff

Bradford coach Francis Cummins claims his side’s current situation is like a deja vu. The Bulls are still in administration after a six-point deduction from the RFL, which derailed a takeover bid and leaves them hanging in the balance. Indeed, news broke today that their players are being offered out to other Super League clubs. Cummins, 37, is just focused ... Read More »

Super League preview: Bradford Bulls V London Broncos


If the RFL’s theory that jeopardy equals entertainment and will increase Super League attendance is true, the Bulls will have to install a new stand at the Provident for Sunday’s game. It’s 13th versus 14th as the league’s two most troubled sides battle it out in what is effectively a four-pointer, especially since the latest Bulls transgressions took place. Bradford ... Read More »

Lee Radford: Bradford players being offered out

Hull FC head honcho Lee Radford. ©RLPhotos

Hull FC coach Lee Radford claims Super League clubs are being offered Bradford players, in the aftermath of the West Yorkshire club’s heartbreaking off-field issues that could see them cease to exist. The former Bulls player, who lured Garreth Carvell away from Odsal despite not playing a competitive game for them, said: “Poor management has effectively put a lot of ... Read More »

Richard Lamb still interested in buying Bulls

Oliver Roberts (far left) ©JoeWhitley

London-based businessman Richard Lamb has confirmed he is still interested in buying Bradford Bulls. The announcement was made after the club fell back into administration last night following a six-point deduction. Mark Moore, chairman of Bradford Bulls 2014 Ltd, who agreed a sale with the administrators last Friday, withdrew his offer and attacked the RFL for consigning them to ‘almost ... Read More »

Bulls takeover bid derailed by points deduction


Bradford Bulls chairman Mark Moore has announced the new board’s takeover bid has been withdrawn following the club’s six point deduction today. Last week, administrators accepted an offer from Bradford Bulls 2014, who took initial control of the club after its former holding company, OK Bulls Ltd, entered administration. However, Moore said the bid was no longer a viable option ... Read More »

Bradford Bulls handed six-point penalty

Cummins and staff

Bradford Bulls have been deducted six points as punishment for entering administration last month. The RFL said their decision ‘follows a full assessment of the circumstances surrounding the club’s administration, which followed a similar insolvency event by Bradford Bulls in June 2012′. The points will be deducted immediately, leaving the West Yorkshire outfit bottom of Super League on -4 for ... Read More »