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Wednesday, 5 February, 2003, 18:12 GMT
Robbie signs for the BBC
Dream team: Robbie Paul and Paul Sculthorpe
Dream team: Robbie Paul and Paul Sculthorpe
Robbie Paul has teamed up with Man of Steel Paul Sculthorpe to form an exciting new partnership for BBC Sport Online.

Great Britain and St Helens star Sculthorpe has been a regular fixture for the Beeb since signing 18 months ago.

Now he has been joined by another hugely successful figure and one of his fierce rivals on both the club and international stage.

Paul, younger brother of union convert Henry, is one of the most respected and talented figures in the game.

He is also one of the most successful, having led the Bradford Bulls to victory in the 2001 Super League Grand Final and last year's World Club Challenge.

Robbie Paul
Robbie wants his hands on the Super League trophy
And the 27-year-old stand-off will once again be at the Bulls helm as they seek to build on a successful 2002.

"The Grand Final defeat to St Helens has made everyone that much hungrier for success," Paul told BBC Sport Online.

"A lot of people believe it will be the same two teams vying for top spot this time around but Hull will be one to watch.

"They have bought well, a lot of their young players are starting to mature and they have a new stadium to play in."

This season is already certain to be a hugely significant one for the Bulls, with the club making its long-awaited return to Odsal.

And Paul will be giving you his forthright views on life with the Super League giants as well as answering your e-mails during the season.

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