Losing by 80 is an embarrassment, especially at home. The realities of Hull KR's lack of player development over the past 6 years are coming back to bite them. The fact that Widnes have achieved more in terms of player development in less than 2 years in SL then Hull KR have in 6 is an indicator as to how poorly run they are.
Hull KR still have 9 overseas players in their first team (one of the highest in the league) and none would even be close to first grade standard in the NRL. this has been the same story ever since the club was promoted. They have contributed next to nothing in terms of production of British talent.
It's great they have a good band of 7-8k of loyal fans, however they have financial difficulties, are playing poorly and play in the worst stadium in SL. The reality is, Hull is simply not big enough for 2 teams. If SL is looking to reduce in size, Hull KR should be first on the chopping block. They are simply not worth having in SL.
It was only a few years ago that Wigan lost 75-0 to Saints and 70-0 to Leeds within a week of each other. Would you have had Wigan on the chopping block back then? By the way Hull is one of the UKs biggest cities and has no major RL clubs within approx 30 miles other than FC and Rovers.
There are far worse grounds in SL esp now that Craven Park has a new stand. Ever been to Odsal, Cas or Wakefield?