Because, oddly, I take offence when I see supposed rugby league fans dancing at the demise of other clubs.
I take no pleasure from the fact that Broncos are on the way down and I think predictions of their demise are premature.
The game as a whole needs a more mature approach to expansion; building from the ground up. Unfortunately it has generally go down the "back of a fag packet" route whereby seemingly promising developments like Crusaders are rushed and then ruined. Those people who could see the train wreck that they would become were instantly labelled "anti-expansion" and oddly "anti-Welsh" by forum trolls when all they really wanted was to see sustainable growth.
The lunatic expansionist fringe then went to go and find a new toy to play with but instead of reflecting on the failure of Crusaders and thinking "Perhaps the RFL got it badly wrong and the gradualists were right" decided that "Crusaders were never wanted and were sabotaged by anti-expansionist flatties who took great joy in their demise". I see that this tradition is being continued with Broncos.
Personally I just want to have a sensible debate about expansion and the mantra that "Sky aren't interested in RL without London" is something that prevents this so something that chips away at this is good for the game in my view.
FWIW I think Broncos will survive but not as a SL club and I think Wellsy's idea that we need four championship clubs in London in the north, east, south and west to create a sense of rivalry and build up the game slowly is the right way forward. I daresay you'll ignore this and focus on my apparent glee.