Consortium of local businessmen looking to buy Bulls
Bulls administrator Brendan Guilfoyle gives an update on the current Bradford situation.
During an interview with SLTV, Guilfoyle states that he is concerned by the messages the RFL are giving out because as it stands, he has yet to receive any offer to buy the troubled club, from any previously interested parties.
"We're a bit concerned about the messages the RFL seem to be putting out.
"The truth is we've had quite a lot of interest, but a lot of that interest has fallen away. We haven't had a single offer, ... We're talking to a consortium of local businessmen and they seem to be our front runner at the moment."
Currently the deadline for liquidation is Tuesday 10th July, but after a 10,000 strong crowd today at Odsal, where the Bulls smashed the London Broncos 44 - 12, Guildfoyle states that he might have "quite a lot of revenue" that may help him with player wages. He has a meeting with his partners on Tuesday to discuss if "its appropriate to continue to find a purchaser". So Tuesday's deadline could well be moved on if enough people paid at the gates today.
A consortium of local businessmen attended the game today and sat down with Guilfoyle and the leader of the Bradford council. The consortium were asking lots of questions about the club and seeking assurances if they were to make a purchase. They will meet again tomorrow to continue discussions.
To watch the full video inteview by SLTV, click here.
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