This development is now being referred to as a major “blow” by the Telegraph and Argus with the Bulls losing a key member of their backroom staff on the eve of a new season.
It is unclear if the club have someone lined up to replace the former Hull KR and Huddersfield Giants man as he leaves the club to join the Leopards.
Speaking on the club’s official website, he said: “That’s looking after the gym-based programmes, all the stuff on the field, in terms of the conditioning, the speed, the plyometrics, the recovery and the general periodisation of the weeks and months during the season.
“I’ve come in at a time where quite a bit of the foundations have already been done for the year, so it’s a case of building upon that and hopefully having a successful 2024 season.”
“I think they’re referring to me as Vin Diesel, but you might not be able to see that while I’m wearing my hat during this interview.
“It’s good, because you need that camaraderie at a club and a new practitioner into the building, it’s good to get that going straight away off the bat really.”
Bradford Bulls fixtures
Bradford Bulls take on Leeds Rhinos in a high profile pre-season friendly at Odsal against their old enemies on Sunday 28th January.
The Bulls will then start their season on 15th March due to the new 1895 Cup format as they travel to relegated Wakefield Trinity at Belle Vue in a huge game.
They will then meet Halifax Panthers at the end of the month in a high profile derby and their big games to start the season feed into April with a clash against Featherstone Rovers away from home.