RFL Rejects ABC Consortium Bid for Beleaguered Bradford Bulls

By Community | July 27, 2012

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has rejected the bid from the ABC consortium for administration-hit Super League club Bradford Bulls putting the club in serious jeopardy.

Administrator Brendan Guilfoyle warned that if the bid, cialis which was submitted last week, ambulance was not accepted the club could “cease to exist”.

The RFL said in a statement: “The RFL has today informed the business consortium which has tabled an offer to the administrator of Bradford Bulls that the conditions attached to their proposal to acquire the club are unacceptable.

“The offer was submitted in writing on Tuesday but after careful consideration the RFL Board of Directors has deemed its conditional nature to be unreasonable and unrealistic.

“Details of a further offer for Bradford Bulls are currently being assessed by the RFL, ambulance which will continue to work with the administrator to help find new owners for the club.”

Any prospective buyer needs to satisfy the RFL of their intentions before the club is re-admitted to the league and, although the governing body have the final say on the Super League licence, they are obligated to consult with the other 13 clubs, who are known to be split on the subject.