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  1. RL holds back RL. We never look ahead and examine what ifs. What if Ottawa then New Jersey win a place in SL, Toulouse also - thats 7 UK clubs to provide careers for juniors to aspire to. If we don’t want them in SL then don’t admit them, if we do then when do we start expanding it. We have great opportunities and threats, unless we are brave we will grow the cheap sport perception and shrink further
  2. The only obstacle is owners with no ambition but to keep afloat, thank God for furlough is their motto IMO we must do everything possible to run the remaining Championship fixtures from August to Christmas, the players are gagging to play again and its up to the game to find ways to, not reasons not to.
  3. In August we will be virtually back to normal, it’s good to discuss options and stupid not to. We can get a full Championship season in, then start 2021 a few weeks later without the 1895 cup
  4. There should be a cap, set much higher. As previous poster said, it is then up to clubs how much they spend. one issue we have is that some owners of larger clubs benefit from lower caps, they do not have to pay premiums to attract the better players and so will win trophy’s with no financial input or growing the brand/sport
  5. Scrap it, survival of the fittest rather than protect the weak
  6. London is strategic and viable as long as they have a Hughes type benefactor. RL needs to be realistic, we have currently 10 UK clubs in SL - its not enough. We are allowing N American clubs into the structure, what is the end plan - it must be SL, so if 2 get in soon then we have 8 We must have 1 but really 2 extra French clubs - we are then 6/7 UK based clubs. What are Newcastle building towards - how the hell do they get in?? Do we run with Saints, Wire, Wigan, Leeds, Hull and 1 other??? We need 2 tens, outside of which the clubs don't draw gates and live week to week with no ambition but survival
  7. RL and Cricket were starting their respective seasons. RU and Soccer coming to the end of them. That has a huge impact on turnover and hence sustainability.
  8. December was the best bit of business the North has done for many a year.
  9. Leigh were on the up and favourites to go up in 2001, good display in CC and romping the league, with money available to strengthen if needed. The previous year Dewsbury were refused promotion due to ground, Leigh were told they needed a further 1000 seats to meet minimum standards, despite having far more seats than a few clubs in SL at the time. Leigh spent £30k seating theTS stand, Widnes strengthened and got promoted. Those clubs still haven’t got the number of seats today
  10. Cas fans are pretty good but despite years of success and making the play offs last season Cas only averaged 700 more than Leigh did in ‘17, is that because of the poor ground and pitch?
  11. It’s like stealing a blokes trainers after he’s been run over - shocking morals and good to see nobody else making announcements
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