Mr McGill aledgedly gave Milky a date where issues had to be sorted, sadly Milky aledgedly didn't come through and so the Knights aledgedly won't be playing at BC this season, which is a shame but c'est le vie
Didn't make it yesterday, but sounded like another great display of attacking rugby. Ref Gav's comment about players, understand from a reliable source there are a couple of current non-Knights players who want to be Knights players next season
Let's hope there's still a Knights team for them to join and that they have a permanent home ground
Pretty confident he will be at the same place as me Sunday - as will James Clare who has signed on dual-reg from Cas - remember James playing a home game for our reserves last year and his attitude was brilliant - also a very good player who will bring a lot to the team
Today's match just goes to show how strong our squad and coaching/conditioning staff are - managing to turn anyone over by 68 points, on a surface they've never played on 200 miles from your home city is amazing...
...and all down to Thornton's foundations and Fordy's new walls.
Not saying its right - just saying it could happen on a short term basis possibly
Also - & I know its very difficult at the moment, but a group of players & coaching staff who are working their what's its off at the moment (despite the other stuff) deserve a bit of backing & support on Sunday
Short term basis? If the CYC are refusing to allow the YCKs to play either at Bootham Crescent or the New Community Stadium (should it ever be built) whilst Mr G is in charge then where else in York is a viable option to play rugby league? Unless common sense prevails it looks like the demise of YCKs, which will indeed be a very sad day.
Seems that Mr G has had his bluff well and truly called. Will look forward with interest to his next Twitter posting. Maybe selling to the McGills is his only way out now with the CYC refusing to have any dealings with him
Now at the keep moat stadium Doncaster.
Don't think any of the three parties involved can come out of this stadium farce with any credit. Time to act like grown ups abd stop playing "games" before our dwindling fan base disappears. As always, it's the fans that are made to suffer
Who know's what goes on behind closed doors? But it shouldn't be too difficult for the two parties to come to some arrangement that benefits both groups. If this new ground doesn't get built, York City fans will be watching their football at the Knavesmire and York City Knights will be watching their rugby at Thannet Road. It's about time all this point scoring stopped from both parties.