It does make you wonder what LPL's agenda is. I suppose I'd guess they've seen the negativity and apocalyptic nature of posts on here and decided to jump on board.
If I were the good Doctor I'd ban the lot of them from Salford. What's the ****ing point?
Let me get this right then, the pair of you have come on here to say thast LPL's hidden agenda is to knock the game. Further decrease interest in the sport and coincidentally in doing so put the future of LPL at risk through declining sales
I also take it then in your view those who play should not have a say..
It may comes as a shock to those who do not attend matches in the professional game that often, that many of us who do realise that the game is in dire straights and in serious danger of going down the gurgler in the Northern Hemisphere into a semi-pro feeder league for the NRL and RFU. A process that has already commenced.
And you can expect more headlines this in future in the press, too but not from LPL
As the risk of being accused of "deathriding" the game this entire season, for some of us, has been one of near Stygian gloom with the game laid out awaiting to cross the river Stix the only problem being no-one has a brass razoo to pay the ferryman.
A Journalists job is to report on the truth, whether that truth is unpalatable to some or not is up to the individual - Carry on LPL.
I am an oil trader and successful at that but, but marketing, finance, business management, human resources etc are not my strengths
David Hughes to Ian Lenagan Page 134 - A Pastel Revolution - Fletcher and Gordas - 2006
Being an outsider, it is easiest to see what is wrong with the sport. It's a fantastic sport that has been undersold and under-marketed because people who run it probably want to keep it the way it is
Dr Marwan Koukash to Joanthan Lieu. Sunday Telegraph 9th March 2014