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are you being Ironic there Matt or do you actually believe that??

Part of me believes that if we didnt have Quins and Crusaders in Super League, we'd be on a list of things Sky could save money on.

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and I think you'd be bang right!

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and I think you'd be bang right!

robin did you say you are a grumpy sod well hello from another grumpy old sod maybe two grumpy old sods could meet next season to chew the fat. I too love fev , my reasons for that also go very deep , in a differant way i dare say than your good self

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In the lagoon before any match day. look for a Big ginger bloke the size of a tree, usually wearing a shirt of exemplary good taste! Say hello!

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In the lagoon before any match day. look for a Big ginger bloke the size of a tree, usually wearing a shirt of exemplary good taste! Say hello!

I look forward to that , I am just a little bloke on the verge of fifty ,twill be good to meet some good fev supporters,I have not been for a couple of years , would love to get back to it,is the lagoon underneath the family stand

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I look forward to that , I am just a little bloke on the verge of fifty ,twill be good to meet some good fev supporters,I have not been for a couple of years , would love to get back to it,is the lagoon underneath the family stand

It is Kirkie. You are guaranteed to hear the world being put to rights in there owd co_ck!

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You won't be able to miss him Kirkie...

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Ha bloody ha!! B)

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Robin is this really a shirt that you wear

That's his away kit. You should see the home one.

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That's his away kit. You should see the home one.

Ooooooh cannot wait

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Robin is this really a shirt that you wear

His is a lot bigger :lol:

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Robin Evans is the epitome' of sartorial elegance. a modern day beau brumell no less. what's worn in wath this year, will be all the rage in new york next year.

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and this is why we have Celtic and Quins in Super League, make SL a national competition = value for money.

I presume you are taking the micky there Matt.

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I presume you are taking the micky there Matt.

Well thats how its seen at Sky Sports, if you have a sport which has teams from all over the UK, its got to be better financially for them than having teams from the M62 corridor.

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Well thats how its seen at Sky Sports, if you have a sport which has teams from all over the UK, its got to be better financially for them than having teams from the M62 corridor.

Yes, I bet they have sold thousands of dishes and monthly subcriptions on the back of Quins and Celtic being involved in Super League...... :rolleyes:

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Yes, I bet they have sold thousands of dishes and monthly subcriptions on the back of Quins and Celtic being involved in Super League...... :rolleyes:

Thats not what I said.

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Thats not what I said.

Well tell me how Quins and Celtic being in Super League makes it better financially for Sky then?

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Well tell me how Quins and Celtic being in Super League makes it better financially for Sky then?

Top men at Sky looking down at the list of sports they spend money on the broadcast, you see a sport which has clubs from across the M62 or a sport which has a London club and a club representing Wales, now its down to you to decide, someone who is just lookin at the budgets, which sport would be up for the chop?

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the one that doesn't pull in the income!

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Top men at Sky looking down at the list of sports they spend money on the broadcast, you see a sport which has clubs from across the M62 or a sport which has a London club and a club representing Wales, now its down to you to decide, someone who is just lookin at the budgets, which sport would be up for the chop?
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Top men at Sky looking down at the list of sports they spend money on the broadcast, you see a sport which has clubs from across the M62 or a sport which has a London club and a club representing Wales, now its down to you to decide, someone who is just lookin at the budgets, which sport would be up for the chop?

The one that doesn't bring home the bacon and make a decent return on your investment.

You still aren't saying why Quins and Crusaders being in Super League is better financially for Sky. If it isn't selling more dishes, boxes and monthly subscriptions, it must be something else? I'll have to presume you mean greater advertising revenues due to greater viewing figures of Quins and Crusaders being featured then? I wouldn't have thought that would be the case though.

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The one that doesn't bring home the bacon and make a decent return on your investment.

You still aren't saying why Quins and Crusaders being in Super League is better financially for Sky. If it isn't selling more dishes, boxes and monthly subscriptions, it must be something else? I'll have to presume you mean greater advertising revenues due to greater viewing figures of Quins and Crusaders being featured then? I wouldn't have thought that would be the case though.

All im saying is, a nationwide competition would be a better selling point for Super League than a game restricted to the M62. Its not about Sky selling dishes, its about the RFL selling broadcasting rights.

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All im saying is, a nationwide competition would be a better selling point for Super League than a game restricted to the M62. Its not about Sky selling dishes, its about the RFL selling broadcasting rights.

Yes exactly, I know that!

But you said the nationwide game would be/ is better financially for Sky, you still haven't said why?

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Yes exactly, I know that!

But you said the nationwide game would be/ is better financially for Sky, you still haven't said why?

:rolleyes:

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