Langley says farewell to Bradford

Long-serving forward Jamie Langley said farewell to Bradford after 13 years at the club on Saturday.

Langley, 29, missed out on the chance of a final appearance, with a head injury ruling him out of the 58-6 win over Huddersfield.

He addressed the crowd following the game: “Thank you to everyone who has stood and supported me throughout my career here. I’ve made some truly amazing friends.”

Langley made his Bulls debut against Wakefield back in April 2002, and went on to make more than 250 appearances for the club.

He is yet to reveal his next move, but it is believed he has a number of offers from other Super League club.

The Bulls also waved goodbye to Michael Platt and Keith Lulia following Saturday’s final game of the season.

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