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  1. I love the way you use words to get a rise! I, like a lot of other folk don't bother as you put it not because its Ealing or because of the cost, but because the quality on the field is diabolical, the club is a law unto itself lacking ambition and any direction and have been thoroughly put off the club they used to love. Its a simple as that. Keep banging on about how good Plough Lane is compared to Ealing how its potential is incredible, how the masses will flock to watch an academy side get flogged every other week. You are coming across as clueless. And what makes it most amusing is you don't even support the Broncos, but yet have so much to offer on them as a club.
  2. I don't think you are correct. Rugby League is an unforgiving sport on the field and if you aren't good enough, it finds you out. It has found out all the academy lads this year. Remove all the experience and you are left with a squad of under developed, under skilled players. Homegrown - yes; hungry - probably; good enough to compete - no. I and many others wont travel hundreds of miles for home games to watch a team 'trying'. Let's hope the locals are far more forgiving.
  3. Lets be honest, there is part time in the game's heartlands (with options of loans on your door step) and there is part time in Greater London, 200miles from game's heartlands. The two don't compare.
  4. You may be correct but until the club come out and explain what their intentions are then its not unreasonable for fans to think the worst .... and their track record isn't good. I believe there was a meeting with a few fans last week, where pointed questions were hopefully being addressed, but nothing and I mean nothing has come out, so status quo remains.
  5. I would be flabbergasted if this was the case. The clubs appear clueless on the game's structure and finance beyond the season end, let alone tipping clubs the wink they'd be involved. London needs to earn its place at whatever table is established.
  6. Are you hanging the success of the Plough Lane move on the hope there is a 'secret plan' ? And as for nadera78 observations, let's be honest, you have spent a year telling all who'd listen how good this move is (and it may prove to be so) and at the same time belittling the views of long standing and knowledgeable Broncos fans who have a little more insight into the history and workings of the club than yourself.
  7. The trouble is I think they would 'dare' and I struggle to argue a case for LB
  8. Instead of replacing my LB season ticket this year I subscribed to Watch NRL, so get to see most games and most players. Being brutally honest, I cant think of one SL player who would get in top 5 in any position.
  9. Broncos half hearted attempt to take the place that went to Leigh was nothing more than window dressing, a feeling they had to. Since relegation (having won 10 games I add) the wheels came off and unlike Beaumont, Hughes didn't have the ooomph to invest for a quick return.
  10. So I did - long Covid I reckon !!! But my point stands
  11. I can only think of Lovell and there's is a reason he hasn't moved on to bigger and better things .... like when we cut him as he wasn't good enough and then brought him back two years later. I know TO were good, but anyone watching that game from a Broncos perspective cant help but ask 'where did it all go wrong?'
  12. Most of the last two pages on how many fans Toulouse brought to a game. People even counted them, #wtf. Pretty much sums up why our game is in the state it is
  13. For sixteen read 11. For NRL read Super League. Its like the pot calling the kettle black (on a smaller scale!!)
  14. I don't think that's his point. Broncos at the moment are a rudderless shambles, but a relevant, well funded and challenging Broncos or Toulouse would get ore than 1k.
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