The problem lies with the ownership of the club
Like John Wilkinson, David has taken the club so far but will ultimately lead it to its demise unless a new owner can be found which should be an RFL prority, if they are actually commited to retaining the club in Super League.
We cannot go on like this as the club, as I have argued in a different thread, is doing the game of Rugby League no favours in its current state..
I suggested on the other thread that if your going to kick out an alleged strategically important club just on sub 2000 crowds and losing performances, then goodbye Salford.
Salford's proximity to BBC Sport was supposedly it's importance. They could showcase Rugby League for the good people of BBC sport.
That the showcase is an empty stadia and recurring defeats (ironically the last one to London) doesn't seem to occur to those who now call Salford the most important club in the game.
But IF (BIG IF) these two clubs are so strategically important then they must go down on the top end of the list for 2015 with such as Catalans, and the powerhouses of the north Hull, Wigan and Leeds.
What doesn't fit for me is throwing strategically important clubs out of SL because their coach and players are ineffective.
I watched on as Wakefield went bust and their playing roster was picked over. Watched the same before that when Crusaders nearly didn't start the season. This year HKR lost players and dropped their playing budgets.
But all three clubs did well despite the massive setbacks London have not had.
You of course take the stance that the owner has to sort out the "product", and despite my Salford analogy I recognise that of course Koukash is doing just that with a nice touch of ruthlessness.
London should ideally be sorted out, and I have no doubt that Mr. Wood has been courting anyone he can find for the unenviable task of bankrolling London to the level they need bankrolling at. Whether he's time to attend race meetings in London I don't know. But it is probably the case he will live in hope until the inevitable question of central funding comes up.