Super League: Bradford Bulls legend Robbie Hunter-Paul back at Odsal in business role
Last Updated: 29/06/13 1:18pm
Robbie Hunter-Paul celebrates Bradford's 2003 Challenge Cup win
Robbie Hunter-Paul has vowed to help restore Bradford Bulls' glory days after rejoining the club.
The former captain, who spent 12 successful years with the Bulls as a player, has taken up a role as business development manager.
And after years of financial trouble at Odsal, Hunter-Paul is confident the new regime can deliver the kind of success he enjoyed between 1994 and 2005.
"The Bulls have been such a big part of my life and I'm so deeply entwined with them," said the New Zealander, who won multiple Grand Finals, Challenge Cups and World Club Championships at Bradford.
"Owner Omar Khan and co-chairman Gerry Sutcliffe's vision is to create a brand new legacy with their imprint on it and to take that foundation of success and grow it.
"They believe I can play a massive part helping to deliver that and I believe I can as well."
Khan said: "I am delighted that Robbie Hunter-Paul is returning to the club as deputy director.
"Robbie is an iconic figure in the city of Bradford and to have him return to the club, where he was a massive part of its success, will bring great benefits.
"I have personally known Robbie for almost 20 years and I wish him every success in his role at the club."