Salford Red Devils coach Ian Watson has sent out a strong message to their rivals in the Qualifiers: insisting they’re not thinking about the fear of relegation, but are instead targeting a clean sweep of the mini-competition. The Red Devils
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Salford head coach Ian Watson has admitted that he is bemused by reports that he is set to be sacked. A story emerged online last week that Watson was set to be shown through the AJ Bell exit doors at
Sports Resolutions (UK) have today published their full written reasons for dismissing the appeals relating to the decision by an Independent Tribunal to find Salford Red Devils guilty of breaching the RFL Operational Rules and RFL Salary Cap Regulations. A
Salford head coach Ian Watson admits his players are desperate to do what they do best, and do their talking on the field. After the club’s recent failed salary cap hearing appeal, much of the focus has been on the
Salford owner Marwan Koukash is questioning whether to remain at Salford. The Red Devils were docked six points and fined £5,000 by the RFL earlier in the year, with an independent tribunal upholding the charge on Thursday. Speaking to BBC
Martyn Sadler was on talkSPORT on Friday discussing the latest activity in Rugby League. You can listen to the full interview below.
Salford head coach Ian Watson admitted that the club’s failed salary cap hearing impacted his players following their 40-14 defeat to Warrington. The Red Devils’ place in the bottom four was confirmed after their seven-try defeat, which came hours after
A miserable day for Salford ended on a low as their place in the bottom four was confirmed following a 40-14 defeat to Warrington. After the club’s salary cap appeal was turned down earlier in the day, the Red Devils
Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash has stressed that his fight with the Rugby Football League “will not end” despite them failing to overturn their six-point deduction for breaching the salary cap. Speaking to Sky Sports News in the aftermath
Salford Red Devils coach Ian Watson has admitted the club’s hearing into their six-point deduction has been unavoidable at times – and says that if owner Marwan Koukash is successful this week, it would be a deserved boost for his squad.