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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:59 am
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Bulls need to get rid of a few high earning players. Like Quel Suprise said we didn't get the going rate when we got rid of ours last year. Im sorry but Bradford have kept a good team throughout all of this, they need to start making sacrifices to the higher earning players like we had to !!!


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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:32 am
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newgroundb4cas wrote:
Bulls need to get rid of a few high earning players. Like Quel Suprise said we didn't get the going rate when we got rid of ours last year. Im sorry but Bradford have kept a good team throughout all of this, they need to start making sacrifices to the higher earning players like we had to !!!

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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:48 am
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PopTart wrote:
If they have money, he'll be interested.
Just the CC conspiracy theory getting out of hand.

Perhaps, but so far its fairly easy to assume this to be the case, I'm sure by now we were losing players, and TBF there aren't even any rumours of players leaving.
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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 11:51 am
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newgroundb4cas wrote:
Bulls need to get rid of a few high earning players. Like Quel Suprise said we didn't get the going rate when we got rid of ours last year. Im sorry but Bradford have kept a good team throughout all of this, they need to start making sacrifices to the higher earning players like we had to !!!

The Bulls don't need to do anything, arguably they are all powerless in all this.
It is a concern that they are able to keep all their squad (so far) intact, either that or a blinding bit of business on behalf of whoever is behind all this.
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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:18 pm
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If i was HMRC i would be monitoring the situation closely. If it comes to Caisley making an offer and it's nowhere near what the current contracts of players are worth then HMRC should instruct the administrator to start selling players which may trigger a better offer from CC.
Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:35 pm
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Surely any offer has to satisfy the major creditors otherwise HMRC can invoke the winding up order then all assets are sold at whatever sum can be raised
Should BB come out of this with a relatively intact squad I personally believe that it's all been a big big con
Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:58 pm
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If all the creditors receive 100% of what they are owed, then the Bulls should be able to maintain all the present playing squad.
If not they should be made to sell what assets (players) will generate enough money that will then satisfy the creditors.
I think that is how it should work.
Up to now only the coaching team and back office have gone, mainly to streamline the new operation and make it easier to integrate new coaching staff, none of which has generated any income for the creditors.
I can see all the back office staff re-employed next week, but perhaps on less impressive contracts.
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Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:37 pm
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PopTart wrote:
If they have money, he'll be interested.
Just the CC conspiracy theory getting out of hand.


Not according to people who were there.

By their accounts, when Mr Guilfoyle stated that there were no interested parties, a Director from Greenwood's stated that he'd been trying to contact Mr Guilfoyle and suggested a figure of £500k - Mr Guilfoyle responded by saying that he didn't have voicemail, so was difficult to get hold of.

Now I don't know about anyone else, but if I had 10 days to save an 'iconic' business like the BB, I'd have worked out how to use the voicemail on my phone, you know, just in case someone came in with an offer that might be of interest. Unless of course I already had a deal all wrapped up and didn't want anyone to upset that particulat cosy arrangement...
Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 2:31 pm
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The latest twist - Mr Guilfoyle and Mr Caisley spotted having a meeting earlier today in Ilkley. I wonder if that's the reason he cancelled the meeting with players that was scheduled for this morning, without actually telling them, causing a massive Twitter-storm of irate comments from said players?

Makes you wonder if the altruistic Mr Noble has just realised that agreeing to coach the Bulls for free was a massive kick in the balls for Mick Potter and might just transform him from Bratfut hero to zero in one fell swoop? Perhaps that realisation has casued a last-minute change of heart, thereby derailling the carefully engineered machinations of Mr Caisley and co?

This tale twists and turns like a twisty turny thing!
Post Tue Jul 03, 2012 3:09 pm
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Micka wrote:
Should BB come out of this with a relatively intact squad I personally believe that it's all been a big big con


That's how it's looking isn't it! Would the sacked staff be able to take it further?

Anyone know if the players are still currently getting paid?
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