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Matt J

Member Since 05 Sep 2003
Offline Last Active Jul 06 2014 07:00 PM
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#2865650 The never-ending League Restructure debate (Many merged threads)

Posted by Matt J on 17 January 2014 - 09:55 PM

I'm guessing here, but, I think this system is a temporary measure to try and bring the quality of the leagues closer together before moving onto a more traditional leafue structure.

The top 4 championship clubs playing Super League quality teams will be better for the game when the Championship clubs experience that top flight competition.




#2865493 The never-ending League Restructure debate (Many merged threads)

Posted by Matt J on 17 January 2014 - 06:42 PM

So our super league stars, who could be international quality be potential play against semi pro outsits from the championship if there team finishes outside the top 8?? ... Ie-Halifax, feartherstone, Sheffield,Batley???
I'm sure rangi chase can't wait to test himself at mount pleasant
Not sure that's the kind of standard he wants to play at
Unless I've got this all wrong???


The aim is that Championship go full time as well. Jon Wilkin mentioned that a few months ago too in his players union interview (mentioned something about giving players a second chance at full time).

This new system is just the end of year play offs I understand, so if Chase' team did finish below 9th theyd still be playing instead of the 5 week break before internationals.... surely that point is a winner?
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#2865434 The never-ending League Restructure debate (Many merged threads)

Posted by Matt J on 17 January 2014 - 05:47 PM

Well isnt this pretty.

Does this mean those that want franchising are now the flat-earthers and parochial?

Entrenched I tell thi!!!