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16/03/14 - Bradford Bulls v Huddersfield Giants KO 3pm

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16/03/14 - Bradford Bulls v Huddersfield Giants KO 3pm
 

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Surprise home win as Mandy, in full Cleopatra mode, looks on from above.

 

NB: Hope Kopczack plays well > he's my favourite.

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Bulls to win!*

 

 

*(The first 20 minutes, everyone gets overexcited then Hudds turn on the style and win by about 20)

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If, and it's still quite a big if considering the administrators working week is drawing to a close, Ms Koukash has secured the club by Sunday, I can see the Bulls riding a wave of emotion to a fine victory.

 

Otherwise, I can see the Huddersfield fans heading off to the printers for another t-shirt.

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Only one logical winner to be fair, but who knows?

 

Bulls to pull off an unlikely win on the back of an emotional performance, bouyed by the news that the wages might be on time every month from now on?? Aye, I'll 'ave  a bit o' that.....

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Giants should have too much for the Bulls. Giants due a win

Giants by 12

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Man down here, I can't make it today. Which usually means a surprise Bulls victory.

Well it could happen!

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Man down here, I can't make it today. Which usually means a surprise Bulls victory.

Well it could happen!

Bradford Bulls 18 Huddersfield Giants 66 latest...maybe not a surprise victory you missed...

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Everybody is looking at Saints, I'm looking at the Giants and Leeds

 

Wolves haven't got a playmaker

Saints are at full throttle, nothing much to come there

Wigan will scrape the 8 - two years too early

Hull FC and KR underperforming

Catalans to have a better second half of the year and avoid relegation

 

Giants and Rhinos have depth the others already lack

 

Leeds CC winners, Giants v Saints/Rhinos for the GF

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Everybody is looking at Saints, I'm looking at the Giants and Leeds

 

Wolves haven't got a playmaker

Saints are at full throttle, nothing much to come there

Wigan will scrape the 8 - two years too early

Hull FC and KR underperforming

Catalans to have a better second half of the year and avoid relegation

 

Giants and Rhinos have depth the others already lack

 

Leeds CC winners, Giants v Saints/Rhinos for the GF

Um, the Giants have just played Bradford.  Bradford are this season's whipping boys unless they come out of admin and can recruit some better players.

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Um, the Giants have just played Bradford. Bradford are this season's whipping boys unless they come out of admin and can recruit some better players.

At least you get to play in the final. We're 8th. I wonder if I watch a different game sometimes.

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Men against boys today. Little more than a training game for the Giants in the end. Bulls showed spirit but with just one prop against a pack as dominant as that, it never helps.

On the upside, don't think I've ever seen a team applauded so much when going in 30 odd down! Also O'Brian channeling the spirit of Jimmy Lowes was lovely. If we get through this he will be great for us.

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It was just a few years ago that Hudds got their first SL win over Bradford. How far have Bradford fallen in the meantime?

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Sporting Life says 6,786, 1,561 down on last year.

 

11 games in the relegation zone to date average 4,539,

 

Same dead rubber crowds last year average 6,006

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It was just a few years ago that Hudds got their first SL win over Bradford. How far have Bradford fallen in the meantime?

I can remember thinking 'I hope Huddersfield at least make a game of it'. Yes it was a long time ago. ...

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Everybody is looking at Saints, I'm looking at the Giants and Leeds

 

Wolves haven't got a playmaker

Saints are at full throttle, nothing much to come there

Wigan will scrape the 8 - two years too early

Hull FC and KR underperforming

Catalans to have a better second half of the year and avoid relegation

 

Giants and Rhinos have depth the others already lack

 

Leeds CC winners, Giants v Saints/Rhinos for the GF

Cough, cough, cough, cough - however it's your opinion

Like others have posted it's Bradford they've played.

Some clubs haven't started their season yet!!

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Sporting Life says 6,786, 1,561 down on last year.

11 games in the relegation zone to date average 4,539,

Same dead rubber crowds last year average 6,006

Which crowds are you comparing?

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we didn't even play that well today! in patches we were very good,but for the best part we were off the pace.

good job we didn't play a decent team today

 

not that i'm complaining,every hammering of bradford bulls by huddersfield is very welcome by me.

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Sporting Life says 6,786, 1,561 down on last year.

 

11 games in the relegation zone to date average 4,539,

 

Same dead rubber crowds last year average 6,006

This is the history of RL in Bradford. They went from 10,000 plus in 1952 to 1,000 + or - in 1962. the club is either on terrific highs or dire lows. They are on the downward slide at the moment. Let's hope Ms Khoukash or some other saviour arrests the decline and soon.

If not they can look forward to a crowd pulling derby with the Cougars.

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