personally im pleased that ex players are speaking out it flushes out the issue no doubt some will see it as a betrayal but what chance do our young developing players have if thats what they are up against - a decision that may just end their career
Anyone who kids themselves that any sport is a clean sport is kidding themselves - people are always looking for the quick fix how to get fitter faster stronger quicker, how to gain the competitive edge quicker
Take the russian olympian heart tablets ????? there is always a loop hole and people are good at finding them
Then there is recreational stuff which i actually abhor it destroys lives while the kingpin sits at the top of the food chain creaming in the benefits
I find it hard to believe clubs and the rfl are doing all they can
coaches tipping players off yes it does happen !!!
Im also not sure what the answer is but i do think that more can be done - if clubs truly believe in clean sport why are they not random testing no different to most good employers ?
Welcome the thoughts on a good topic - perhaps here in sunny wukinton we have a collective answer