The holding company of the former Super League champions Bradford Bulls will finally enter liquidation this week after creditors voted overwhelmingly in favour of the administrators proposals, which include a thorough examination into the clubs historical financial affairs following its well-publicised demise.
Despite the Rugby Football League already sanctioning a new company and club in time for the 2017 season, the company owning the old club has not yet been formally liquidated despite reports to the contrary. That process will officially begin this week after creditors who, in total, were owed almost £2m approved plans to begin the liquidation of the company who ran the Bulls, Bradford Bulls Northern Ltd.
Creditors were gran…
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