So the plan is to abandon London after what 35 years or whatever it has been, and bring in a system to prop up teams who have had 100 years and are still permanently always teetering , or at best struggling. ( and yes that would include the Giants if they were in that catagory )
Has the RFL sounded out Sky to see how they feel about dropping London, Probably not It's not really their style to think ahead.
If super league goes down to 12, why can the Super league clubs not pass the "two clubs money" on to London,
not long ago they were going ( and rightly so IMO) to buy Bradford to keep them alive, which i think is what gave the RFL a nudge that Super league can survive without the RFL if it has too, Dont think the opposite would apply, So the theorists about Bradford supporting The RFL out of nescessity could be short lived.
London is worth saving for me, and to talk of dropping Catalan is madness, Still what do they matter , when you can always tootle down the road and watch a good local derby, even if it is at a low level.