Despite the full cap being available? Not spending the cap when we could be is REAPING what we sow.
Perhaps leaving one or two threads open for sensible debate rather than degenerating into another scene from a playground slapstick might be a good idea - your credibility is beginning to look shot to pieces.
Firstly this isn't a popularity contest on the forum
It was a response to one of your own fans having a dig at the Sugar Daddy clubs
Bradford Bulls have been SL Champions, WCC Champions and Won CC which you've all enjoyed.... my little club in MY LIFE time have won the CC, Premiership Final 86 and a Regal Trophy
only 8 years ago we had a debt of over 4Million pounds
the club has been turned around and I'm proud of them.... One day we may win a big prize. Maybe!!
I suggest with people like Gledhill being a touch jealous ( I don't why after all the success you've had) people bite and give a response that others don't like............ AGAIN Bradford have had more success in a short space of time..... Which some clubs will never see!!!
Back on to the Pledge V's Salary cap.................. This must have an impact on the amount of money you can offer players to come to Bradford!!!!
10,000 (Pledge) x £60 = £600,000 + walk ups
6,000 (to avoid an argument) x 13 Home Games = 78,000 x £14 (taken as an average price) = £1,092,000
+ Walk ups
This makes a difference of £492,000........One thing I'd like to add you may have sold more than the 6,000 tickets last year so apology if it was more.Unless I'm really missing the point.... if so, can someone explain and I'll put a personnel SORRY message on the board and drop the subject 100%
Thanks In Advance
Edited by 1976PMJwires, 17 June 2011 - 02:38 PM.