Foster not exiled, says Bradford Bulls coach

Aaron Bower
By Aaron Bower July 4, 2014 09:32

Foster not exiled, says Bradford Bulls coach

Bradford Bulls boss James Lowes insists Jamie Foster still has a future at the club, despite the arrival of another winger to the squad this week. Lowes made Salford flier Danny Williams his first addition as Bulls head coach, with that move raising questions over the future of Foster – who hasn’t featured for a number of weeks.

However, Lowes quashed any talk of Foster’s future at the Bulls looking bleak, stating he will get his chance in the coming weeks.

“What Danny brings at the moment is experience and that’s something which both Jamie Foster and Luke George can learn from,” Lowes said.

“Jamie and Luke are good players and, like I’ve said to them, they are going to feature for us this season. In the past two weeks, Jamie has really rolled his sleeves up and been a fantastic trainer.

“Strength in depth is always massively important in rugby because it’s very physical and you play a lot of games.”

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