Recovered from being kicked out of the top flight and losing thousands of people through the gates. I thought someone who was close to the club would have known this?
If the yo-yo system was so bad then what system crippled Bradford, Crusaders, Wakefield and Salford? You seem to have some kind of pleasure in highlighting clubs like mine and Leigh's financial history. Yet when the game as never had more money you fail to mention the financial issues of Super League clubs cocooned in their own world withot P&R.
the the club should havevtaken a principled stan and voted against it or abstained. They voted for it. The club should have cut its cloth according to its means but didn't-how competent is that.
Your club has courted oblivion many times bause of money troubles, what is orse it has been on the back of on fied success. For instance the year after winning the championship(average attendance in the region of 3,000) theplayers went on strike because the club reducd their wages. After winning the challenge cup again almost go belly up because of debts, nd so on. Why do you think Rovers have had to rely on selling players to survive over the years?
The idea of extracting pleasure out of rugby league clubs having problemsis s repugnant thought and I'm surprisedand extremely disappointed that you express it.
That's s rotten thing to say conidering what you know about me.