Adam Fogerty Joins Bradford Bulls As A Shareholder

The Halifax man is an original founder of Super League side Toronto Wolfpack.

Bradford Bulls have announced Adam Fogerty has joined the club as a shareholder – whilst also offering expertise in the club’s commercial department.

An original founder of Super League side Toronto Wolfpack alongside Eric Perez and David Argyle, Fogerty played for Halifax, Warrington Wolves and St Helens as a player – winning a Super League title with the latter.

He has also featured in a number of Hollywood films including Snatch and Mean Machine, whilst also appearing on British television.

Fogerty will work alongside the club’s commercial operations department to attract new sponsorship, develop new long-term partnerships and rebuild previously existing commercial partnerships.

“It is an honour to be involved with such a big brand and I hope I can play a big part in reviving the club back to its former glories,” said Fogerty.

“The Bradford Bulls have a great fanbase and they have aspirations of the club competing at the highest level again.

“I am looking forward to getting involved and helping rebuild the fans’ trust and support as we look to Bring The Bulls Back to Bradford at the earliest opportunity.”

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