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Leeds retain Super League title against Warrington

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James Graham: His ban will rule him out of England's autumn internationals

James Graham to miss 12 matches for ear bite

James Graham will miss England's autumn internationals after being banned for 12 matches for ear-biting.

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While Billy Bremner was the most iconic figure in the rise of Leeds United under Don Revie, the template for the diminutive, waspish Scottish midfield player at Elland Road was established by Archie Gibson, his predecessor in the old right-half role.

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Five of rugby league's greatest players are to be represented in a statue that will be unveiled at Wembley next year to coincide with the hosting of the World Cup.

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Three suitors left after Bradford City cool on Bulls rescue before deadline

There are now three bidders to buy the beleaguered Bradford Bulls after the deadline for bids closed yesterday.

Bradford coach Mick Potter was ‘delighted’ with the result

Bradford cut down Giants to keep play-off hopes alive and kicking

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The real challenge: who will be the history man?

As two players who are frequently placed on pedestals by their fellow professionals, it was fitting that Adrian Morley and Jamie Peacock should have had an extra duty during the build-up to the Challenge Cup final.

Bradford Bulls are still yet to find a buyer

Bradford to pay salaries of players after delay

The players at Bradford Bulls will receive their wages for this month in the next 24 hours, according to administrator Brendan Guilfoyle.

Bradford Bulls debt put at £1.5m

Administration-hit Bradford Bulls are around £1.5m in debt, it has been revealed.

Super League ready to buy the Bulls

Super League is trying to rescue the Bradford Bulls by buying the club on behalf of the 13 other clubs in the competition.

Halifax make up for last year as Tyrer clinches gritty win

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Bradford Bulls docked points after entering administration

Bradford Bulls have been deducted six points for going into administration.

Consortium set to make Bradford Bulls offer

A consortium of Asian businessmen will submit a bid to buy Bradford Bulls tomorrow, according to the club's administrator Brendan Guilfoyle.

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