New Bulls can finish season
Thursday 28 June 2012
Super League will allow Bradford Bulls to finish the season as a new company even if the club goes into liquidation in coming weeks, so that results from this year would not have to be expunged – the four-time Super League champions are ninth in the table with nine games left.
The club's licence would then be reviewed at the end of the season.
A Rugby Football League spokesman said: "We are working with the administrators to help Bradford Bulls out of administration." Administrators have warned that the club faces "extinction" if a buyer is not found within nine days.
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