Right, four less teams in SL1 releases £5.2m sky money
20 CC clubs currently receiving £100k releases £2m
Total available = £7.2m
Divide £7.2m between 10 clubs in SL2 = £720k per annum per club
I suggested this about four years ago before John Kear or anyone else did. Would this be a reasonable starting point or have I got my sums wrong? Please feel free to pull it apart and find as many holes in it as you can. At least it might lead to a constructive debate and maybe a feasible solution if one exists.
It's another version of lets give SKY money to a second division.
They just don't allow that. At least to date.
What are the SL2 clubs going to do with £720,000?? Double the wages of second division players??
If you just want P & R for the sake of it, then just stay as we are and do one up one down.
Or extend to 16 clubs and do one up one down to be more inclusive.
Let the same old smaller clubs (Cas, Leigh, Fax, Salford, Fev, HKR) just yo yo up and down for the rest of the century.
That's fine, I used to enjoy that....
If you want the opportunity to assist clubs to make it in Superleague then give them a license for three ye.....
If we are to have a distribution of SKY money (which is inadeqate anyway) beyond the top division then my question is what will second tier clubs do with it? To what avail??
Edited by The Parksider, 02 January 2013 - 10:50 AM.