1. It's not an argument it's a debate and that's what the site is for so start one! Don't be put off by anyone your free to post away.
1. Without wanting to start an argument.
2. From what I can gather, the cas stadium has gone, Wakefield seem to be the most vibrant f the clubs at the minute, it looks likely their stadium will go ahead.
3. I was posing the question of the most positive outcome for the game, but much of the feedback seems to indicate it's not wanted. I can't see another way for the game to prosper at the top level in the area. So, at best it seems many of the posters here are content to merely survive.
4. Does this open up the further question if whether some big decisions need to be made at the next round of licensing?
2. Cas stadium money problems, Wakey stadium not a sod turned. We work on the we believe it when we see it principle here, but it's a decent bet.
3. Not a matter of "not wanted". There were three clubs in Leeds playing semi pro independently, now there's only one highly successful independent club, the other is the "A" team and the third gone. There are models like this that work. This could happen in places like Calder and Hull. I guess that's what could happen.
4. Moving to a ten club SL that could be without P & R is a big decision being mooted at this very point in time. This is a massive massive decision, the biggest since SL started.
It could give those chosen just the boost they need to kick on.
It could give those not chosen an almost certain decline into being "junior" semi pro clubs.
IMHO of course!!!
Edited by The Parksider, 18 April 2013 - 08:16 AM.