I wouldnt necessarily believe the BBC. I'd imagine they are misreporting Dale's take on it from this morning, unless they are privy to information not previously announced. The information in the statement put out by Dale today is eleven days old anyway, after the initial question was asked at the AGM on Thurs 27th March.
I can understand concern on here, but its neither in the RFL's or our interest to see Hornets play somewhere other than Spotland. This year has shown that a properly maintained pitch can accommodate both teams, and the rent paid by a tenant will only help the running of the ground. Yes, we will be acting in the best interest of ourselves, but it would not be in the best interest of ourselves to price you out, and leave ourselves without a tennant to help with the bills.
I'm sure the RFL would love nothing more than to sell the shares to Hornets, but its plainly obvious that Hornets will not be in a position to pay for the shares or to take on board their share of the £680,000 debt that currently stands within the Stadium Company, and more than anything, the RFL will not want to have to find the funds t pay their share of that debt that will be called in within the next few years.
Interfering bloke who supports Dale.