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If the parachute payment received,if the worse scenario happens, is a better pay off than not making the play offs would it be better to go down regroup and come straight back up.

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How much is this parachute payment and when is it received?

 

I thought these only applied to the two clubs relegated from SL.

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How much is this parachute payment and when is it received?

Youre allowed to not pay VAT on bar sales for a year, oh hang on a minute!!!!!!!!!!11

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The original proposal was for the 5 relegated clubs to receive a one-off payment of £25k.  

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The original proposal was for the 5 relegated clubs to receive a one-off payment of £25k.  

Thought 45k was a bit much.

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The original proposal was for the 5 relegated clubs to receive a one-off payment of £25k.

So thats what kn was eyeing. Makes sense now

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The original proposal was for the 5 relegated clubs to receive a one-off payment of £25k.  

 

 

Where has this been confirmed? I can find details of SL parachute payments but nothing about the same for the Championship.

 

If it is fact then it will help the clubs going down but if it isn't then I hope they aren't making plans in expectation.

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Where has this been confirmed? I can find details of SL parachute payments but nothing about the same for the Championship.

If it is fact then it will help the clubs going down but if it isn't then I hope they aren't making plans in expectation.

surely they wouldnt be so stupid

would be like fielding an unregistered player

oh wait a minute ;)

ok bit harsh :)

ok try again

that would be a really silly of them to spend monies on expecting to be relegated

that would be like players using their own phones to place bets on matches

oh wait a minute ;)

ok im stuck...it would be just stupid !!!!

:)

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You really cant wait for tomorrow coolie can you.

What if we win.

Your futile humour is best suited to a morgue

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surely they wouldnt be so stupid

would be like fielding an unregistered player

oh wait a minute ;)

ok bit harsh :)

ok try again

that would be a really silly of them to spend monies on expecting to be relegated

that would be like players using their own phones to place bets on matches

oh wait a minute ;)

ok im stuck...it would be just stupid !!!!

:)

cant you go play tiddlywinks with yer chum rombo on m1 for a while..

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You really cant wait for tomorrow coolie can you.

What if we win.

Your futile humour is best suited to a morgue

if you win,you win

will only give you the same points you had friday morning

Expect aston to turn the screw even more

letting whitehaven get a bonus point

keighley & workington to get wins and be on 44 pts each

maximum you can get is 44

3 wins...tall order with donny to visit

Theyve beaten leigh and featherstone there this season

just imagine what its gonna be like if you lose tomorrow ;)

we can afford to lose tomorrow

you cant afford to lose for the rest of the season

so yeah im loving it and enjoying the misery

your whallowing in

turns around comes around :)

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BSJ  -  The original Policy Review document  -  http://www.therfl.co.uk/news/article/29087/rfl-policy-review-documentation

 

Paragraph 6.9 (next to the last paragraph) is about the 5 clubs receiving £25k

 

 

Thanks Keith. I had read that but you will see that there are a number of details, and numbers, in that document that were amended or excluded from the final agreement that was reached with the clubs. I'm not saying that it is wrong, just that I can't find any actual details of such in the reports of the final agreement. This agreement has also yet to be published as there is still an ongoing discussion about DR etc.

 

Maybe the club could clarify the position?

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Most of the numbers have changed from the original Policy Document, so it's no good referring to that.

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Thanks Keith. I had read that but you will see that there are a number of details, and numbers, in that document that were amended or excluded from the final agreement that was reached with the clubs. I'm not saying that it is wrong, just that I can't find any actual details of such in the reports of the final agreement. This agreement has also yet to be published as there is still an ongoing discussion about DR etc.

 

Maybe the club could clarify the position?

 

BSJ - The parachute payments have been altered since the original document.   From John Dutton at the RFL - the 10th, 11th and 12th teams only will receive £15,000

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BSJ - The parachute payments have been altered since the original document. From John Dutton at the RFL - the 10th, 11th and 12th teams only will receive £15,000

Thanks Keith for clarifying that.

Not a very big parachute is it, although it still gives a couple of clubs an incentive for avoiding that next to bottom spot, notably Swinton and Rochdale.

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