Potter admits to possible Bulls stay
Bradford Bulls coach Mick Potter has revealed he may yet stay with the beleaguered Super League club if they can attract investment.
Potter was among 16 full-time staff who were made redundant last week as the Yorkshire club's administrators seek to slash costs. With liquidation looming, the club are never far from playing their final ever match, though there are hopes they can limp through until the end of the season. Potter has returned to the club on a voluntary basis ahead of Sunday's match with London Broncos and admits he has already begun to sound out potential employers back in his native Australia. However, he has hinted he may be willing to stay at Odsal if a buyer can be found to rescue the club from extinction. "Depending on who the investor was and what the feel was, sure, I want to complete the job I came to do," he said when quizzed on his future. "Whether that's to work to the end of the season or beyond, that would be negotiable. Certainly I want to complete my contract. "But at this point in time it's not an option. I'm trying to make contact with people back in Australia to try and secure employment in the near future."