If and when the top two divisions of Rugby League are reorganised and the revenue sharing of the TV money is changed do people think that getting rid of the Super League brand is a good idea? Make a fresh start of it and call it the RFL or Rugby League Premiership?
If the TV money is no longer limited to the top 12 or 14 clubs then the whole concept of a "Super League" would be defunct anyway. What do people think. Is the Super League branding a dated gimmick with divisive connotations for those within the British game and in Australia or is it still popular? I have always felt the "Super League" brand was tainted by what went on in the 1990s with mergers and the split in the British and international game and makes the sport in the UK look solely like a creature of the Murdoch Empire.
Personally I think it would be better to brand the top division as the "RFL Premiership" or the "Rugby League Premiership". Obviously with the space for sponsorship. (We live in hope!)