New Bradford boss Steve Ferres says the club will "leave no stone unturned" in their efforts to avoid relegation from the Super League.
Bradford will play a sixth match in administration after the Super League club's protracted takeover talks dragged on for another week.
Bradford coach Francis Cummins is starting to look to the future after gaining positive news on the club's bid to secure new owners.
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Bradford have signed Salford winger Danny Williams on a one-month loan deal. The 27-year-old winger has made the move in time to be considered by Bulls coach James Lowes for their First Utility Super League encounter against Catalan at Odsal on Sunday.
Williams, who has scored three tries in nine appearances for the Red Devils in 2014, is thrilled to have sealed a temporary move to the West Yorkshire club and is relishing the fight for a first-team place.
"I am looking forward to making the most of this opportunity, Bradford is a big club and I am thankful to be a part of it."
"It looks as though I will be battling against my parent club as the Bulls fight for Super League survival.
"And as much as I want Salford to do well, I am a Bradford player now and I want to do my very best for the club."
Williams, capped twice by England in 2006, joined Salford in 2011 after stints with Leeds, Castleford, Hull, Hull KR and rugby union side Newcastle Falcons.
Bradford Bulls are to challenge a points deduction imposed by the Rugby Football League in the High Court.
Six points were deducted earlier this year when the club went into administration and an appeal was rejected by a Sporting Sanctions Appeal Panel.
The panel ruled the club has not met the necessary requirements for an appeal to be fully considered.
But after taking advice, the Bulls have now decided to pursue legal action against the RFL.
A spokesperson for the club's board of directors said: "The advice which the club has received is positive and, as a consequence of that indication, it is the club's intention to pursue what are considered to be appropriate legal remedies.
"The decision to do so has not been made lightly and will be continually reviewed to ensure that any action taken is beneficial to the club, players, partners, supporters and the sport as a whole."
The Bulls sit second bottom of the Super League and could be relegated if their form does not improve.
Bradford Bulls' new coach James Lowes says he's delighted to take up the position. But, as John Shires reports, it may well be too late for him to save the club from relegation from Super League.
Leeds Carnegie chairman, Sir Ian McGeechan, said the club was "disappointed' to be losing James Lowes but understood his desire to return to Bradford Bulls and wished him well.
– LEeds Carnegie chairman, Sir Ian McGeechan
Our search for a new coach begins immediately. Myself and Director of Rugby, Chris Gibson, will take our time to find the right man. This may take some time and in the meantime I will oversee the coaching staff and pre-season arrangements. All the players return from the off season next week in preparation for a very big year as we strive to realise our Premiership ambitions.
– Leeds Carnegie Chief Executive, Gary Hetherington
This has come out of the blue and has developed very quickly and whilst we are disappointed with the outcome we have come to a satisfactory agreement with James and the Bulls and we wish them both well.
Lowes will begin coaching the Bulls' first team tomorrow morning before leading Bradford into First:Utility Super League against his former employers on Sunday afternoon. Bulls chairman Marc Green said they were "absolutely delighted" to have someone of Lowes calibre as their new head coach.
– Bulls chairman Marc Green
As a board of directors, we recognise his talents, what he has achieved in the game, the names he has worked under and alongside in previous roles and also what he achieved last season with Leeds Carnegie. Regardless of what division we play in next year, we believe James is the right man to drive this club forward and into a new era. We have been working extremely hard to ensure we have the right man for the job and are confident James can achieve great things, both in the short term and in the long term.
Bradford Bulls have appointed former player and club legend James Lowes as their new head coach. Lowes leaves his position as head coach of rugby union side Leeds Carnegie to sign a 3 year contract at Odsal. The 44 year old spent 8 years at Bradford as a player.