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  1. Wembley 1985 Wigan vHullFC. 17 years old Shaun Edwards stopped big LeeCrooks a right on the line and turned him on his back.David and Goliath,and a hint of what was to come in that wonderful match.It happened in the fist five minutes.
  2. And wiped the five million debt don’t you think he spent enough?And still the people wouldn’t turn up .
  3. In 1895 Rugby League had no history.History takes time so let’s give them a chance to build a history.Catalan made a bit of history last year.Could it be you are bemoaning the fact that Toulouse didn’t make it? Well so am I ,it would be a step forward to have two French “derby”games but as we saw last week they are not quite ready yet.
  4. Didn’t take long for Wigan hate to to to overpower Toronto hate did it.Well done Wolfpack.
  5. You could word it another way, ie “But it was Wigan so it can’t be ok”.
  6. I think they just looked at the video.
  7. C’mon then let’s have it .How far?
  8. Oh dear Clothesoff you just can’t resist can you,but what about those horrors from Meninga era just different coloured sleeves red and blue for away games and of course the turquoisey/orangey ones. My little grandson could have done those with his paintbox.
  9. Travelling 5miles is exactly what Cas are planning to do,if it ever comes to fruition.
  10. Well you are a cheerful soul talk about “Glass half empty”I think you’ve drunk up.You certainly don’t seem willing to travel five miles to watch a game .If everything happens as you predict then it really will be the beginning of the end for the two clubs and the lower leagues are beckoning.However I think the support is stronger than that but they must remember that the supporters are part of the club and as such must give and take.
  11. Yes I know why they don’t want to share a stadium,that’s why I said it’s time to face the facts.
  12. It’s about ten years since “Framing the Future” when new standards were set for facilities at RL grounds and I think the time will come when Superleague will need to put pressure on Castleford,Wakefield,and London (If still applicable). what if the unthinkable happens and next year Castleford or Wakefield are refused a safety certificate that required big expenditure with the season fast approaching and nowhere to play.Hypothetical I know but frankly it wouldn’t surprise me.Local authorities are getting very cautious about Health and Safety matters.So do they wait until it happens,keep throwing good money after bad or get something moving.What exactly have people got against shared stadiums? The economics of being in use about fifteen times a year then standing idle six months still costing money just don’t add up and never will do.The Cas and Wakey fans need to start facing the facts ,it’s easy to be cavalier with someone else’s money.perhaps the local authority would look more favourably on a joint scheme.I don’t think they are going to support two new stadiums.
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