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Smudger06

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  1. Wonder what were the viewing figures like on Sportsnet World? Thursday & Friday Night UK time SL is no good whatsoever for Eastern Time Zone North America. It means games are live mid afternoon in the working week!
  2. Totally wrong. The Question you attempted to answer was how many big cities are in SL? Firstly, Hull is definitely not a big city, not by any stretch of the imagination. Leeds; 1 Team. Greater Manchester; 2 teams. You got Toronto right although technically you could say Greater Manchester does have 3 teams after all....with the Wolfpack choosing to play a majority of their home games in Toronto.
  3. Totally wrong. The Question you attempted to answer was how many big cities are in SL? Firstly, Hull is definitely not a big city, not by any stretch of the imagination. Leeds; 1 Team. Greater Manchester; 2 teams. You got Toronto right although technically you could say Greater Manchester does have 3 teams after all....with the Wolfpack choosing to play a majority of their home games in Toronto.
  4. As I said the Franchise Fees should be passed in full to the League's parent company for the greater good. Where else do i expect the money to come from? Why the TV Deal dear fellow! Central Revenue split 54% to team owners, 40% stays with the league to cover these costs you mention. 6% prize purse.
  5. How very pompous of you. News though...... There's more than one way to skin a cat.
  6. The Franchise Fees shouldn't go to the League. The League should be it's own legal entity but which is itself 100% owned by its parent Company, ideally the RLIF. All Franchise Fees should be transferred immediately and in full to the RLIF. The RLIF to distribute grants to uphold the community game and support the International game as it sees fit, in the best interests of the sport, globally.
  7. Paris London Manchester Dublin Chicago Philadelphia New York Toronto 8 seems to be the magic number for these kind of things. Looking at the IPL, the Big Bash & the relaunched XFL.
  8. Nope, Featherstone Rovers are clearly not at the same end of the scale as those big city RL Clubs mentioned.
  9. Didnt say huge, i said Huge in comparison......to the big city clubs i mentioned.
  10. It's you that keeps bringing up the mighty Rovers.! Here's the annoying thing though (to some) Fevs following is huge in comparison to London's, Toulouse, Coventry, Sheffield, Newcastles.... Not just in terms of crowds but merchandising is pretty big, as is our portfolio of Sponsors.
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