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  1. If you watched the video you could hear straight from the horses mouth. Argyle and Wolfpack are looking straight at SL. They want to improve Lamport. They want to grow the brand. The new Chair/CEO has plenty of runs onthe board.
  2. Gullible to what? One person says the Wolfpack are winding up, a factual article says the opposite.
  3. https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5246453 Bob Hunter has overseen the growth of B.C. Place Stadium, Rogers Centre, Scotiabank Arena and BMO Field. Now he is looking to help take the Toronto Wolfpack to the next level. The former Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment executive has been named chairman and interim CEO of the transatlantic rugby league team. "With Bob's experience and reputation in the Toronto sports market, I am confident that he is the right person to help build and increase our organization's foothold in the Canadian sports landscape," Argyle said in a statement. "One of our goals is to improve and reshape our fans' experience at Lamport Stadium and there is no one better than Bob to help lead us in that direction." ——— I think you might be wrong.
  4. Fact? How so? Both parties think they are in the right. Might not even make it to court. Standard business activities and people jump on the bandwagon.
  5. Basically, the Rangers charitable foundation was always a separate entity to the Rangers first team with League 1 aspirations. They’re simply going to continue growing grassroots participation and will employ a full time development manager. This is fantastic.
  6. All this opinion conveyed as fact is a bore to read. The fact is Wolfpack don’t need Canadian players, but it would be nice. I’m sure you’ve all read how there is youth development in Toronto and Canada now. Will they produce SL players? Who knows. You lot don’t actually know. You have an opinion and that is fine. But stop condemning others for having an opinion - whichever side you sit!
  7. Agreed. What you really want to know is the annual budget and the results from that yearly spend: players, fans, viewers, clubs, teams, referees, coaches, etc
  8. Chris Saab and Michael Hedwan to blame. Both jeopardising domestic activity for their personal desire for power. Chris Saab is buddies with Farah. Now Saab has retired Farah is infiltrating the team. Meanwhile good fellas in Lebanon are stepping aside. Domestically, Wael Haab not happy about being overlooked for selection so is causing trouble - including refusing to play, threatening breakaway competition, wanting the board to stand down etc. Always a few ruining it for all.
  9. You could do 8 games over 3 day weekends. Three weeks pool matches followed by quarters, semis and final. Only need 6 cities to host. Maybe Barcelona, Toulouse, Paris pool matches followed by Quarters in Dublin, Semis in Edinburgh and Final in Cardiff. What a world cup.
  10. How many competition points does a team need to avoid relegation. I’ve heard 14, 16 and 18 respectively.
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