Bradford Bulls boss gives huge update on recruitment as he talks ex-Leeds Rhinos man and signing’s visa situation

Bradford Bulls have already come up with some major signing for 2023 from the likes of Leeds Rhinos and Huddersfield Giants, but their business hasn’t ended there.

Speaking on the club’s YouTube channel, coach Mark Dunning stated that there are still more signings to be made with one potentially announced next week: “There’s some things in the pipeline. Hopefully next week there should be some news on another potential signing. There’s a lot going on still, a lot still in the fire.”

Speaking of new signings, Dunning had plenty to say about star fullback Jack Walker who joins the club from Leeds Rhinos: “I want Jack to be the best version of himself, having known him a while, he is so much when he is only worrying about himself, He doesn’t need the weight of worrying about someone else’s performance.

“He’s a great player to have. He’s going to be really good.”

One of their latest signings was Keven Appo who starred in the Rugby League World Cup.

Dunning gave an update on his visa situation:

“Mr Appo’s visa application is still in the hands of the people who deal with that so when that’s done we’ll get him on a plane so we can show him the frost and the ice of Bradford.”

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