If the London club are to stay in super league then I generally believe that they need to have a higher salary cap to allow them to be successful on the field they need the help of the rfl but I'm not sure other fans would be happy with this they generally need special treatment as its very difficult for them to compete.
Well they were Superleague runners up and RL Cup finalists something five other superleague clubs won't manage either unless the Superleague is radically changed. So they have been sucessful on the field.
You can remove the cap for London, but as it stands they can't afford to splash millions. The "special treatment" they need is a Dr. Koukash.
London simply suffer the same problems as several SL clubs (unless a bias view is taken), they can't get a decent enough crowd hanging around the bottom end of Superleague and they haven't developed enough enough local talent. Only four Londoners in the first team squad at the start of the season.
Like any other SL club these deficiencies as per several other SL clubs are partly covered by private money which is a. not enough, and b. about to be withdrawn. So to go forward someone has to bankroll them properly, which in reality is not just enough to pay full cap (it being the latest myth on here that full cap = success), but two to three million a year to have the full SL set up (top medical and training facilities, effective marketing department etc) probably for a lot of years yet whilst players come through the professional set up.
Of course £30,000,000 is nothing to many soccer owners, but this ain't soccer. If the Broncos go as a pro club London becomes like any other part of the country outside the M62, somewhere to keep the best foothold we can for the game.