Rugby League outside its birth counties is not a paying proposition.
The whole point of clubs in London or Wales is to have some success, and we are having the opposite.
Slagging off the likes of Doncaster and York is not the answer.
It's not a paying proposition anywhere other than at a small number of big clubs. Use that criteria and you have a Superleague of half a dozen clubs.
Your using your own criteria to condemn London and Wales, but not applying it to "Heartland clubs".
You admire any heartland club for mere survival yet condemn London and Wales for not being a roaring success?
How one eyed is that??
How biased was it to say Londons crowd against Widnes was one half widnes fans and the rest free tickets.
Last year Crusaders crowds were 927.
That beat the crowds of York, Swinton, Hunslet, Workington, Whitehaven, Doncaster, Oldham and Rochdale.
London Skolars had bigger crowds than Hunslet!