Bradford ownership saga close to end

The ownership saga at Bradford is a step closer to being resolved following a meeting between all parties concerned on Thursday.

Current and former directors, along with representatives of the RFL, met at the Provident Stadium to discuss the ongoing issue, which saw Mark Moore, Ian Watt and Andrew Calvert all step down from their roles on Christmas Eve, following a dispute with Omar Khan over the transferring of the ownership.

A club statement said: “Bradford Bulls can confirm that an agreement regarding the club’s ownership has, in principal, been reached.

“And details of its outcome are to be finalised in due course, allowing the Bulls to continue to be directed by Ian Watt and Andrew Calvert.

“Former chairman Mark Moore is to continue to work as part of the club for the benefit of supporters, staff and partners.

“The club will be making no further comment at this time.”

It is believed the club may still have to offload players, with new signing Frank Winterstein already having departed the club without playing a game for the Bulls.

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