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I get stressed watching Saints. But it must be hell for the Salford fan’s, and the worry they go through wondering what is happening to their club. There isn’t as many fan’s as they’d like, but they are a passionate noisy group of fan’s. 
Is there many fan’s who watch the Red Devil’s & Salford City AFC. 

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16 hours ago, idrewthehaggis said:

Was it Carl Rogers who argued the most important part of a conversation is listening?

To be Continued and Angelic Cynic.

I endorse your posts. 

Evidentially we all know that there is no rift. We know that extraordinary two rugby clubs of differing codes, a soccer club and the Council are working together to ensure all three stay in the same City. 

We know that the Council has long term supporters of the RL club to the point of being accused of bias. That whatever occurs at Moor Lane or elsewhere will seek consultation with the local residents and will be an opportunity to create community facilities, employment and revenue.

An adult conversation might now continue as who should be next in line.

Henderson, Ward, MacDermott, Briers, Rowley, Ford, Wane, Edwards, who knows? What qualities would they bring, who would they add, what would merit success. Are they the men to improve Salford?

An adult conversation....

Good luck with that on here.👍😃

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12 hours ago, Tabby said:

You base that on your own opinion of course. Being in the know and that Toulouse haven’t yet seen SL yet alone played in it.

No, I base it on having seen Salford play this year and seeing who they are losing for next vs the incoming players and the fact they currently have no coach. It would be a minor miracle if they aren't in the bottom two next year.

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3 hours ago, Tommygilf said:

No, I base it on having seen Salford play this year and seeing who they are losing for next vs the incoming players and the fact they currently have no coach. It would be a minor miracle if they aren't in the bottom two next year.

interestingly are you fully aware of all incoming players for next sason or again s this pure guess work?

out of those leaving i would have probably kept 2 those being Inu (albeit getting on a bit now) and Tui signed for hudds a very long time ago. incomings that have been announced are pretty solid upto now but quite a few more being mooted although not announced, all signings are generally spread out across the off season. Ken Sio going again for 2 more seasons is a massive plus and given he likely had a number of offers he probably sees that salford isn't a bad a place to be.

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On 22/09/2021 at 16:11, Tommygilf said:

Its a difficult sell. If Toulouse come up Salford will be favourites to go down, and there isn't the budget (or potential budget) to change that significantly. Very few coaches would see that as a good opportunity. It could be a scenario where both coach and club are in a "beggars can't be choosers" position.

Rowley is an incumbent assistant still? 

Will Toulouse increase their expenditure by 60% to compete?

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2 hours ago, Tabby said:

Will Toulouse increase their expenditure by 60% to compete?

Toulouse will need to spend big.

How much money do they have in the kitty having played half a season with hardly no revenue coming from home games ?  1.7m  (If they get it), is cannon fodder if their bank balance is currently scratch (or even in deficit) and half of their squad (albeit decent players), resemble the ages of an old fogies home.

They will start well if Promoted, but like most Promoted teams, the speed ans conditioning of other SL teams will soon catch up with them and trample over them.

If 3 do go down, they have no bloody chance !

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Ive mentioned a few times while watching games that one thing was very clear and that is that both Toulouse and Fev were both physically much bigger as teams compared to other teams in the championship and that tends to be the biggest difference that the promoted teams face as they get physically dominated. I think both Fev and Toulouse would not need a completley new squad to compete near the bottom of SL which gives them a massive advantage over what Leigh had because Leigh were always just a good Championship team and were never going to dominate teams with the players they have and then the step up to SL has exposed that.

Unfortunatley at the moment people are judging how Fev and Toulouse would go in SL based on what Leigh have done but Leigh would not have been close to those 2 teams this season. Next season will be the first time in a while we get to see how a team that has grown naturally will fair in SL.

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Hard to be too critical.  They overperformed for a few years with Ian but also nabbing Jackson.  Regression to the mean I am afraid.  

Look at Oldham under Mac,  little difference.  We talk about great coaches but really in all sports it is mostly down to the money. 

They will be the smallest club next season with probably the lowest budget. They are going down and everything now should be about sorting out a long term stadium they can actually generate rev from. 

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21 minutes ago, Tabby said:

Oh so Toulouse would get shut of 60% Frenchmen? To be replaced by whoever just to compete against Salford. 

That makes absolutely no sense?

They wouldn't have to pay for part timers flights though there's an immediate lump sum of cash to reinvest!

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