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Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Mon Mar 18, 2024 2:42 pm  
So many simpletons on the Facebook groups so I try not to engage with them. I think we've got a really decent squad when we can get most of them out onto the field. In the meantime we just have to suck it up and make the best of it. We would've got a lot closer to Wakefield had we not suffered further injuries during that game.

Hopefully Ott and Fulton will come into the reckoning for the Fax game but if not we'll have to cope. They've got a bunch of injuries themselves at the moment so it will be two depleted teams.
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Tue Mar 19, 2024 6:35 am  
It’s probably the same people who complain at admission prices, try to get in with junior tickets for £2, complain we don’t sign anyone and won’t join Squadbooster to help with the signings
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 6:38 am  
You do understand that "The Bulls" are or is a business?
There for its who ever owns that business to invest in it to make a success of it?.
Nige seems to have spun it so everyone believes it's their responsibility to invest in his business for him.
The letter or statement in the T&A begging the council for stadium money was cringeworthy.

Wakefield are turning a corner as they have a new owner with funds, vision and ambition.
Pretty much like we did in the 90s.
I don't own a professional Rugby League club as I can't afford to,
Seemingly neither can big Nige.
Sell it to someone that can mate.
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 7:27 am  
NIge's ownership's at 25% and if we had the kind of owner most people think we can pluck out of the air we'd be top end of SL again in the Wembley of the North :)

The thing that's heartening at the minute is that no one seems to be throwing in the towel. If adversity breeds strength and cohesiveness then with an injury free run I think we're in for some great entertainment this season with this team.

At least we're not in the position of City where everyone seems to have taken their bat and ball home
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 7:59 am  
[quote="bowlinboy"]You do understand that "The Bulls" are or is a business?
There for its who ever owns that business to invest in it to make a success of it?.
Nige seems to have spun it so everyone believes it's their responsibility to invest in his business for him.
The letter or statement in the T&A begging the council for stadium money was cringeworthy.

Wakefield are turning a corner as they have a new owner with funds, vision and ambition.
Pretty much like we did in the 90s.
I don't own a professional Rugby League club as I can't afford to,
Seemingly neither can big Nige.
Sell it to someone that can mate.[/quote]

Why don't you take your pick for a new wealthy owner from the long queue of people all waiting to take over :roll:
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 8:41 am  
Well Featherstone had an owner who invested millions and look how that's going!

I'm no Nigel fan boy, but we've been the most stable we have for a long time. We do have investment, have our elite academy status back and had our highest finish last year. In the sport of RL we could end up being the 12th strongest club just by being stable while others around fall apart (and there's a few walking the tightrope at the moment)

Yes I would like a new stadium but no new owner is going to have a spare £30milliom to suddenly build one for us!

I'd understand if Jim Radcliffe said he wanted to buy us and Wood refused to sell! But your axe to grind is just becoming tedious now.
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 10:31 am  
bowlinboy wrote:
You do understand that "The Bulls" are or is a business?
There for its who ever owns that business to invest in it to make a success of it?.
Nige seems to have spun it so everyone believes it's their responsibility to invest in his business for him.
The letter or statement in the T&A begging the council for stadium money was cringeworthy.

Wakefield are turning a corner as they have a new owner with funds, vision and ambition.
Pretty much like we did in the 90s.
I don't own a professional Rugby League club as I can't afford to,
Seemingly neither can big Nige.
Sell it to someone that can mate.



They did get a cheap loan from the council to buy the ground and got a share of the £6million the council gifted to the 3 clubs in their area though.

The new owner bought the club that owned the ground with low repayments to the council on it, development on the ground and pitch underway, an elite academy, no debt and pretty much a guarantee they’ll be promoted at the end of the season. It’s easier to put money in when you’ve got that as part of the de.
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Wed Mar 20, 2024 1:34 pm  
Bit of good news, Fultons on his way!
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Thu Mar 21, 2024 1:20 pm  
bowlinboy wrote:
I don't own a professional Rugby League club as I can't afford to,
Seemingly neither can big Nige.
Sell it to someone that can mate.


Anyone with that kind of money has had NUMEROUS opportunities to buy the club since 2012.

There hasn't been the slightest interest from anyone with actual (as opposed to imaginary) money.
Re: Injuries/Suspensions : Thu Mar 21, 2024 2:53 pm  
Taufua now has a two match ban. Gonna be very depleted for the Fax game.
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