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Potter to see it through
Bulls coach determined to finish the job
Bradford coach Mick Potter is ready to stay on with the Bulls after watching them keep alive their Stobart Super League play-off hopes with a 32-26 victory over top-eight rivals Hull KR.
The Bulls are still waiting to hear if the administrator has found a suitable buyer for the club but the players continue to make their coach proud as they make light of the uncertainty over their futures.
Potter, who has been working unpaid for the last month, had threatened to quit this weekend unless he received assurances over his future but has pledged to see the season out.
"It's groundhog day," he said. "There was supposed to be a resolution. The cut-off point was today. They are now going to assess the bids.
"A few people have put their cards on the table and I don't think it will be too much longer before we get a decision.
"I don't want to (walk away) but I'm under pressure to make a decision. I want to see it through regardless of my personal situation. I'm making that sacrifice to see it out."
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