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Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 8:28 am  
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Seems like Mr Perez has been sat twiddling his pencil and come up with a wizard idea to re-enthuse our disillusioned fanbase.

https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/ ... -heritage/

Now I'm sorry to sound cynical on this project, but this smacks of someone who has nothing much to say about the actual FUTURE of the club, IMO.
I'm sure we all agree that formally honouring past players is a noble initiative, but surely this is a project that should be brought forward once the club is back on a stable financial footing.
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:11 am  

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Amber blazer eh? Why am I imagining a sadly colour blind committee member of the local working mens club? Will they get a pair of grey Farah trousers and tasselled ox-blood slip on loafers to complete the ensemble?
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:43 am  

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bringbackjimmy wrote:

Now I'm sorry to sound cynical on this project, but this smacks of someone who has nothing much to say about the actual FUTURE of the club, IMO.
I'm sure we all agree that formally honouring past players is a noble initiative, but surely this is a project that should be brought forward once the club is back on a stable financial footing.

I don't want to pour cold water over it but, yeah, it does seem a bit premature. It's not that long since we had a 'team of the century' announced (though, Perez wouldn't know that, I'm sure) and, to be honest, reminding everyone about the teams we've had relatively recently isn't the way I'd go about enthusing the disilliusioned masses.

It reminds me a bit like the old Jim Bowen phrase on the old 'Bullseye' TV programme when the participants had lost the jackpot - "come and look at the prize you could have won!
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Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:21 am  
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Scarey71 wrote:
Amber blazer eh? Why am I imagining a sadly colour blind committee member of the local working mens club? Will they get a pair of grey Farah trousers and tasselled ox-blood slip on loafers to complete the ensemble?

With a black collar and red pockets?
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:29 am  

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With a black collar and red pockets?


Nice!
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:51 am  
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Not wanting to para phrase a Fax fan in T&A comments - and I am NOT a fax fan or a member of bloody Nestegg. I have an even better idea as to how to build a better Bulls community and boost the morale of those dissillusioned masses that Bulliac speaks of. How about Wood/Sawer et al paying outstanding player and staff pension contributions with immediate effect and not as requested over the next year.That is a shameful offer which should be rejected. Afeter all, everyone deserves a good nestegg LOL
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 12:25 pm  

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Scarey71 wrote:
Amber blazer eh? Why am I imagining a sadly colour blind committee member of the local working mens club? Will they get a pair of grey Farah trousers and tasselled ox-blood slip on loafers to complete the ensemble?


Dressed like Brian Potter
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 12:51 pm  

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I am entirely approving of a new Bulls Hall of Fame, with the only condition being that it is housed in a new "boutique" stadium in Bradford.
Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 1:25 pm  

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I am entirely approving of a new Bulls Hall of Fame, with the only condition being that it is housed in a new "boutique" stadium in Bradford.

Yeah, I'll vote for that, it should bring most of us on board.... :DAISY:
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Re: Bulls Hall of Fame Thu Nov 14, 2019 4:19 pm  

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:THINK: Who'll be the first inductee? Peter Hood or Marc Green :THINK:
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