On Air Now
Capital Breakfast With Roman Kemp 6am - 10am
4 April 2012, 10:50 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Bradford Bulls Chairman says time is running out for them to get the cash to survive past Friday.
The club have reached the halfway mark in their initial bid to raise half a million pounds to save the club, but they only have until Friday to get the cash.
The club say 1,832 people have made pledges totalling £248,486 towards the £1million they need in all to secure the future of the Super League club.
They say they need to raise around £500,000 by 5pm on Friday in order to pay an overdue tax bill to avoid going into administration.
It means there Super League derby with Leeds at Odsal on Friday night could be their last game.