Bradford Bulls star bids farewell as he underlines gratitude to club ahead of Super League switch

Today it was confirmed that Huddersfield Giants had beaten rival clubs to the signature of George Flanagan Jr from Bradford Bulls, one of the most exciting young players around at present.

It is a big move for the teenager who will link up with Ian Watson’s side in 2024 likely as the NRL bound Will Pryce’s replacement.

Flanagan leaves his boyhood club behind where he has played alongside his father in 2022.

He has issued the following farewell to the club and fans:

“I’d like to thank the fans, Mark Dunning, Leigh Beattie, Jason Hirst and everyone else that has helped me along the way.

“Additionally, I’d like to say a big thank you to my Mum, Dad, Grandad and Nan who have been instrumental to me throughout my career.

“It’s been a tough decision to leave my home-town club, but it’s an opportunity that I have to take with both hands to fulfill my dream of playing Super League.

“I look forward to the challenge that I have coming up at Huddersfield in 2024, but I remain fully committed to the Bradford Bulls in 2023 and I want to achieve big things this coming season. My immediate focus is to prepare 100% for what I’m sure is going to be an exciting season in 2023. The Bradford Bulls has always been and will always remain my childhood club and I shall be forever grateful for the opportunities the club has given me throughout my time here.”

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