As befits the clubs status, I am only a part-time poster on here these days but a pleasant surprise after a day at Lords to see the recording of probably the best London Broncos performance almost since noah got off the Ark....
That was a win you just cannot buy. Though judging by the sound on the recording the crowd was well and tryly behind Sheffield which makes it all the sweeter. It should do a lot for London's confidence and hopefully a late dart at the top four. Standouts Rhys Lovegrove, Eliott Kear and now I hope you realise why I call him "the impressive Oscar Thomas".
Long term this kind of performance on TV coupled with the efforts of the Broncos Business Club could find the kind of rugby league bloodnut financial backers living in the south, needed to turn 2016 into the year of the Bronco on the Championship. There are of course a lot of if's and but's surrounding the club in the short to medium turn but there can be no such clouds casting a shadow over a sunny day this morning at least.
Very disappointing comments about attendances coming from SKY before kick off. Forget London but Sheffield who let us not forget are also an expansion club. It's a bit premature to cast doubts over the South Yorkshire sides ability to draw a crowd in Super League. Sheffield will not be fishing in the same pool as certain other clubs will be for spectators so how on earth you can imply "if they got promoted who would watch them" is beyond me. The only way to find out scientifically is for the Eagles to get promoted.and then we will see if super league in a swankly new stadium cuts it in the steel city.
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