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01/09/13 - Bradford Bulls v London Broncos KO 3pm

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Discuss Bradford Bulls v London Broncos here.
 

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I'm not going ... coincides with the Bingley Festival. As london are actually going to survive, I'm not really bothered about missing this one.

 

Bulls by thirty.

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Stevo said so on Superleague Backchat. According to what he said, they are going to play at Barnet.

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I'm not going ... coincides with the Bingley Festival. As london are actually going to survive, I'm not really bothered about missing this one.

 

Bulls by thirty.

 

Make sure you catch Wilko. I travelled to Doncaster to see him on Sunday. Absolutely wonderful performance from a true great who sadly won't be with us much longer. If he was headlining at Bingley I'd be going up north again this weekend.

 

Bulls by a couple of scores.

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Stevo said so on Superleague Backchat. According to what he said, they are going to play at Barnet.

Ah. Stevo. Right.

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Stevo said so on Superleague Backchat. According to what he said, they are going to play at Barnet.

Yes he did, but he was very cagey about which division they would survive in.  At the end of the day, IF it was likely to be SL he would have said so, but he carefully didn't comment on that.

 

Suspect the Bulls will win this one, but we've been turned over once by London already this season, so no chicken counting from me.

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Ah. Stevo. Right.

Indeed.

Didnt he also claim we were going to be at Gillingham this season prior to it beginning.

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Seeing Clubby`s comments in the paper this week it makes you wonder if they will be

overly botherered how they play.

 

Glad I will be at Oxford watching Skolars.

 

Bulls by 12.

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Depends on how much Bradford are motivated to end their season with a bang

 

If motivated win by +32

 

If demotivated win by +18

 

Jamie Soward has learned one big lesson. Don't fall out with an NRL coach - Our Benefactor currently MIA* used to be a director of Charlton Athletic who in the early 1980's signed Danish International Allan Simonsen to play with Charton's motley collection of journeymen. A move ascerbicly described as "like seeing Eric Clapton busking on the tube" which rougly sums up Jamie's position.

 

* MIA - Missing in Action or Missing Inaction - Take your pick   ;) 

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Depends on how much Bradford are motivated to end their season with a bang

 

If motivated win by +32

 

If demotivated win by +18

 

Jamie Soward has learned one big lesson. Don't fall out with an NRL coach - Our Benefactor currently MIA* used to be a director of Charlton Athletic who in the early 1980's signed Danish International Allan Simonsen to play with Charton's motley collection of journeymen. A move ascerbicly described as "like seeing Eric Clapton busking on the tube" which rougly sums up Jamie's position.

 

* MIA - Missing in Action or Missing Inaction - Take your pick   ;) 

 

Funnily enough though not a Charlton fan I used to attend regularly back in those days with friends, and yes Simonsen was light years ahead on the pitch,

compared to the rest of the team. Hales,Flanagan,Peacock and Powell. Those were the days.

Yes thats a pretty fair comparison,Simonsen and Soward.

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20-6 to London with less than 10 minutes to go. Thank god I am on nights. Another painful season limping to an end. Hopefully Huddersfield will win tonight and go on the pee and still be drunk next week. :(

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Definately not an OK result for the iconic West Yorkshire side against a team at the bottom of the league that may soon be losing a Clubb.

 

Surely a side with such tradition with a production line of all northern lads to bring a smile to the face of Paul Cullen has earned the right not to lose against a team featuring two southerners with double barrelled surnames. Even Parky posts that southerners are way to soft to play Rugby League. What is wrong with our game...

 

Something to mull over when suppi'n ale w'Shoey in't Early Bath......

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Definately not an OK result for the iconic West Yorkshire side against a team at the bottom of the league that may soon be losing a Clubb.

Surely a side with such tradition with a production line of all northern lads to bring a smile to the face of Paul Cullen has earned the right not to lose against a team featuring two southerners with double barrelled surnames. Even Parky posts that southerners are way to soft to play Rugby League. What is wrong with our game...

Something to mull over when suppi'n ale w'Shoey in't Early Bath......

The Early Bath is in Castleford.

That is all.

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The Early Bath is in Castleford.

That is all.

Correct. It's the Top House for us.

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Definately not an OK result for the iconic West Yorkshire side against a team at the bottom of the league that may soon be losing a Clubb.

 

Surely a side with such tradition with a production line of all northern lads to bring a smile to the face of Paul Cullen has earned the right not to lose against a team featuring two southerners with double barrelled surnames. Even Parky posts that southerners are way to soft to play Rugby League. What is wrong with our game...

 

Something to mull over when suppi'n ale w'Shoey in't Early Bath......

What?

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Utterly dire game - it made last weekend's cup final look like an all time classic game of rugby. Neither side was great, but London should have scored far more than they got. Massively disinterested Bulls performance in the main, a few people mentally on the beach perhaps? I went into this game with low expectations and was still disappointed. We better hope the Giants go on the sauce this week as otherwise they'll put 80 past us next week. I don't envy Robbie Paul's job in trying to sell 1000 season tickets this week.

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I can't get a season ticket next year .At the moment, my reaction is 'thank f***' :)

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Surely a side with such tradition with a production line of all northern lads to bring a smile to the face of Paul Cullen has earned the right not to lose against a team featuring two southerners with double barrelled surnames. Even Parky posts that southerners are way to soft to play Rugby League.

Do I? Well they were a soft bunch when north met south in the pre-RL era. Don't forget the French who are too cowardly to play RL, and the Aussies who just cheat FACT Ref: Meninga third test Old Trafford.

You cannot crow after tipping your side to lose no matter what mood the Steam Pigs were in. Anyway hopefully this Barnet thingy will come off and they'll sort a side out for 2014 and maintain the academy. If the new structure is kinder on clubs below the 8 even if they were relegated hopefully they will simply come back again, and will continue the business of toughening up a bit.

Which is all they need really.......

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London were poor, they've definitely played better and lost. Bradford were woeful, truly dire. The officiating standards matched the two teams, every thing about yesterday's game was simply awful.

 

What a way to launch the season tickets for next year.

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