Bradford Bulls chairman Marc Green believes that the club needs to make more profitable use of its assets.
Indeed, he has stated that the rugby side of things is less important than the business structures which underpin the club.
For that reason, he feels that the club should find other uses for their stadium when rugby league is not being played. The stadium hosts rugby matches only 0.27 per cent of the time, apparently.
“The most important thing for this club is not what goes off on the field. What goes off on the field is a by-product of a business run for profit,” Green told the Bradford Telegraph & Argus.
“If this club is run that way, the by-product will be a successful team delivering top class success on the field.
“The site doesn’t work properly. We have to make the site work, it has to be a more coherent business.
“We have to sweat the assets we have. We don’t use the conference and banqueting to its full potential.”
Green has also reassured fans that his agenda is honest and above board.
“I always make promises I can keep and one thing I can promise is to run this club with honesty, integrity and transparency,” he asserted.