Toovey wants Bulls to end on a high

Bradford coach Geoff Toovey wants his side to go out on a high when they finish their Championship Shield campaign against Rochdale this weekend.

The Bulls have already been relegated to League 1, but have won four of their six fixtures in the Championship Shield.

He told the club’s official website: “It has been a well-documented, tough season for everyone at the club but to go out on a high would be good. We have done it for the last five weeks now, so to finish off at home with a win would be ideal.

“We are going to do our best and focus on the players sticking to their routines and enjoying their last game in front of hopefully a large home crowd.”

Bradford have won 10 of their 29 games this season, having started with a 12 point deduction.

Their recent upturn in form means that without the deduction, they would have been comfortably safe of relegation.

3 Comments

  1. The dodos at red hall don’t have a clue. They’ve demoted the BULLS to championship 1 losing thousands in revenue to the game. They should all resign and let someone who knows what they’re doing take up the reins.

    • Totally agree – if something isn’t done the game will continue to go backwards – stop the rot now before it is too late. Not even the Super League Clubs seem to be doing as well as they were previously either.

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