The Bradford Bulls is hanging by a thread. As expected, the club today entered administration, and will be liquidated unless a buyer is found in the next ten working days.
Whatever happens, they now face a points deduction, and could even lose their Super League license. John Shires reports.
Brendan Guilfoyle from insolvency firm The P&A Partnership talking to Calendar after the Bradford Bulls went into administration.
Reaction on Facebook to the news that Bradford Bulls have gone into administration.
– Stephen - on Facebook
It doesn't surprise me, as there are no jobs in West Yorkshire - no one can afford to go and watch the Bulls play.
– Joanne - on Facebook
I know how the supporters are feeling but let's hope the club can come out of this. It's a hard time for all businesses at the moment.
– Richard - on Facebook
It may be a good thing as the club can rebuild!
Beleaguered rugby league club the Bradford Bulls have gone into administration, it has just been announced. The club has failed to find new investment - the joint administrator Brendan Guilfoyle has confirmed. The news comes despite fans raising £500,000 to keep the club afloat in April.