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#21 casyorkie

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 11:17 AM

if the RFL are short of cash why would they offer cash insentives to get the amateur game to switch to summer if its not for Due registrations, any other ideas?


When the offer was made to help towards cost of travel i think the RFL were in a lot better financially, since the swithc RFL have lost a lot of funding and dual reg has come to the forfront but i find it funny that you can think these are linked there is a year difference or do you believe all these things were decided before the travel grant was offered.

Id also love to know which if any NCL agreed to switch because of the travel grant offer.

#22 sbull

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 11:58 AM

When the offer was made to help towards cost of travel i think the RFL were in a lot better financially, since the swithc RFL have lost a lot of funding and dual reg has come to the forfront but i find it funny that you can think these are linked there is a year difference or do you believe all these things were decided before the travel grant was offered.

Id also love to know which if any NCL agreed to switch because of the travel grant offer.

When the offer was made to help towards cost of travel i think the RFL were in a lot better financially, since the swithc RFL have lost a lot of funding and dual reg has come to the forfront but i find it funny that you can think these are linked there is a year difference or do you believe all these things were decided before the travel grant was offered.

Id also love to know which if any NCL agreed to switch because of the travel grant offer.


a year is not a long time, people often get the nod and a wink in all walks of life prior to an event taking place so its not imposible,
no one would change for cash alone but it helped the summer argument, but you havnt answered my question,

money has been in short supply for a while so why would they offer money, and offer it to the best well run teams in the country who have easilly managed there own financies
for years,

if there was spare cash to develope surly it would have been better to use the cash in other areas, its like the goverment offering there spare cash to millionairs.

why would they offer it to the best finacially secure clubs in the country? is the plot not unfolding over Deul Registration, im no expert and not saying im right just looking for resanable explanation.




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