Bradford Bulls half-back Luke Gale insists he is loving life at the club once again, after praising new owner Marc Green for transforming the club.
Green acquired control of the Bulls earlier this season, and Gale admits although the club is still rebuilding after numerous financial sagas, both Green and Managing Director Steve Ferres should be applauded for the way they have picked the club up – making it a happy place to be once again.
“We are in a building process at the minute but we are getting players in on loan to boost the squad and Marc and Steve have come in and done a terrific job,” said Gale.
“Marc has created a feeling of unity and it is great to be a Bradford Bull again.
“This is a very happy place to be at the moment and there is no reason why we cannot come up with a big win on Sunday, giving us a chance of moving this club back to where it belongs.”
Gale was influential during Bradford’s mammoth victory over Wakefield last Sunday, a result which narrowed the gap to safety to just six points. And the 25-year-old admits the clutch of returning stars made a huge impact on proceedings last time out.
“We had some numbers back last weekend and their involvement made a massive difference for us. We had a monster pack out there and it made my job much easier. It was great to play behind a pack like that, with Jamal (Fakir) and Manase (Manuokafoa) firing on all cylinders.”