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Bradford's players are to receive their wages for this month today or tomorrow, according to administrator Brendan Guilfoyle. It had been rumoured that the cash-strapped club were not able to meet their commitments to paying their players as they continueto look for a buyer.
Chairman Ernie Benbow is particularly upset about the fact the players found out about a non-payment issue late last night, when they could have been told some time ago. He said the players were incensed.
The administrator at the Bradford Bulls Brendan Guilfoyle will meet with rugby league executives today to assess various offers made to buy the cash-strapped club.
The Bulls entered administration back in June and last week Guilfoyle set a deadline of Friday for interested parties to submit their bids. It's believed there are 3 unconditional offers on the table.
Bradford are around £1.5million in debt, it has been revealed. The Bulls are the subject of a takeover offer from Super League (Europe), the umbrella organisation for the 14 top-flight clubs, which, if accepted, would stave off the threat of liquidation and ensure they see the season out.
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The Bulls' future remains uncertain as the RFL wait to see plans of four potential saviours willing to take the club out of administration.
The RFL has released a statement saying it remains "positive" about the future of the Bradford Bulls following a meeting with administrators