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  1. I see The capacity has been cut at Wakefield's Stadium. Now only just over 5k.
  2. The clubs would have already been rewarded by receiving higher central funding and having a higher salary cap than the teams they are about to take on.
  3. The split wouldn't change the funding the club gets for that season so it shouldn't affect the contract. If they don't qualify for SL this may have an impact for the following season.
  4. The Halifax chairman has a different outlook towards the change. He has said "It’s what we wanted; we believe it provides the game with a platform from which to move forward,” and “You could have a bad year this year and still be able to move forward, but it will be a lot easier to progress and get ready for 2015 if you are successful this season.” People from the same division having a different out look with regards to the changes. It may be Aston is against it as his club has shown they have been the best for the past couple of years with a very small salary cap. These changes could impact that.
  5. Which would draw a bigger crowd Bradford v Salford in a end of season SL fixture or Bradford v Fax where promotion / Relegation is at stake?
  6. I agree. However, I can't remember licensing or the giving of grading etc being scrutinised in much detail by the RL press though. I could be wrong.
  7. They will have already played the big clubs twice maybe 3. times that season. Would Bradford get a bigger crowd against Fev or Fax than if they were playing Catalans or Huddersfield when they have to win to stay up? I would think they would.
  8. Thank god they went with the robust plans of Wakefield, Bradford and Salford eh?
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