Bradford managing director Steve Ferres has issued a public apology to the club’s fans following the 84-6 defeat to Wigan on Easter Monday.
Ferres was appointed last month following the club’s takeover, which hasn’t yet seen a turn in their on-field fortunes, the Bulls still sitting bottom of the Super League table on minus two points.
“It was, without any doubt, the worst performance I have seen by a Super League side – and one of the worst I have ever seen.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the supporters who gave up a bank holiday, despite the busy Easter Weekend traffic, and made the strenuous journey over the Pennines.
“Our loyal supporters stuck with the team throughout the course of what was a tortuous 80 minutes.
“The squad has hit a low point and a route and branch review of what went wrong, why it happened and where we are going is now underway.
“The board of directors accept they have inherited a squad, which has been stripped of talent and hampered by injuries.
“But that cannot be used as an excuse for what happened at the DW Stadium.
“The club’s new owner, Marc Green, is working tirelessly to improve its fortunes. In our sport, I have never met anyone as committed to turning something around.
“Supporters can rest assured that no stone will be left unturned as Mr Green and his team address the problems currently facing the club.
“At this stage, all we ask is for you, our fantastic supporters, to work with us and remain as committed as you have always been.
“We are commited to again making this club something for you, the supporters, to be proud of.”