Bradford Bulls boss’ interesting take on the club’s trophy laden past

Bradford Bulls have a great history.

2023 will mark twenty years since they became the first team in Super League history to win the treble.

Their most recent Super League Grand Final win came in 2005 prior to World Club Challenge success against the Wests Tigers in 2006.

However, according to coach Mark Dunning, the Bulls cannot think too much about the past and has a superb saying about it.

Speaking on the club’s YouTube page, he said: “We talk about it a lot, I say it a lot ‘the past is for reference, not for residence.’ We can’t live in t because if we do we’ll just get passed by even more so.

“We’ve spoken about it, we’ve reference, and we’ll move on and be the best version of ourselves at the end of 2022 and into 2023.”

So, how do the Bulls right the wrongs of 2022?

Well for Dunning it is all about culture, and he explained his take on culture:

“To me culture is standards and behaviours that you’re prepared to live by. I could break that into thousands of things about what it looks like, but the message I’ve given to the players is that it is about the standards we live by daily.”

The Bulls are looking to the future and have penned in pre-season friendlies against Dewsbury Rams and Huddersfield Giants for January 2023.

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