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6 minutes ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Just thinking about this 

Why can't Sale, Salford and the soccer club share it? Surely it is even more profitable if lots more games played there? Ideal scenario!

Wouldn't take a genius to coordinate fixtures 

 

Far better if they all bought 1/3rd - shared non matchday income and costs, with all match day income and cost to  the club playing

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32 minutes ago, sweaty craiq said:

Far better if they all bought 1/3rd - shared non matchday income and costs, with all match day income and cost to  the club playing

Yes this 

Funny understand why more clubs dont do it.

Fev and Keighley both share stadium with soccer clubs. As do Leigh right?

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1 hour ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Just thinking about this 

Why can't Sale, Salford and the soccer club share it? Surely it is even more profitable if lots more games played there? Ideal scenario!

Wouldn't take a genius to coordinate fixtures 

 

Clubs like Wigan and Huddersfield have problems with arranging fixture with only 2 teams playing in the stadium.  Imagine the politics with 3 sports.  Absutely no chance 

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3 minutes ago, Ragingbull said:

Clubs like Wigan and Huddersfield have problems with arranging fixture with only 2 teams playing in the stadium.  Imagine the politics with 3 sports.  Absutely no chance 

Do Huddy and Wigan have problems? 

365 days a year.

13 or so home RL games 

20 or so soccer games 

Mostly different seasons 

Some truly sh*te people knocking about if they can't manage it

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Theres a thread on hear about issues with Huddersfield and the last game of the season.  

And what do Wigan and Huds do when the footy teams want to relay the pitch every year?  Id imagine its the same at Hull as well 

 

Throw in the RFU stucking their nose in,  it just wont happen

 

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17 minutes ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Do Huddy and Wigan have problems? 

365 days a year.

13 or so home RL games 

20 or so soccer games 

Mostly different seasons 

Some truly sh*te people knocking about if they can't manage it

3 professional teams sharing the one stadium is a big ask,more so if the football club moves up the leagues,they won’t like those multiple 15 minute Union scrums destroying the pitch.

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1 hour ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Do Huddy and Wigan have problems? 

Yes.

They do.

There's even a thread *from today* about it.

Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life. (Terry Pratchett)

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3 hours ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Just thinking about this 

Why can't Sale, Salford and the soccer club share it? Surely it is even more profitable if lots more games played there? Ideal scenario!

Wouldn't take a genius to coordinate fixtures Judging by the problems where ground shares happen it obviously does!

 

Because SRD can't afford to buy the ground and I doubt they could even afford a third of it.

Sale want to take it over for commercial reasons and want to up the rent as part of their commercial reasons  to such an extent SRD won't have those funds.

And we are talking Sale that's ru to the people who don't seem to grasp the idea. Sale are attempting to make themselves the foremost rugby (mmmmmm)  attraction in the region and if they can clear the way of RL counter attractions in order to achieve this, they will. In other words they understand competition and market place.

 

 

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2 warning points:kolobok_dirol:

#CorbynwasrightandFordesaidso!

 

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19 minutes ago, Oxford said:

Because SRD can't afford to buy the ground and I doubt they could even affor a third of it.

Sale want to take it over for commercial reasons and want to up the rent as part of their commercial reasons  to such an extent SRD won't have those funds.

And we are talking Sale that's ru to the people who don't seem to grasp the idea. Sale are attempting to make themselves the foremost rugby (mmmmmm)  attraction in the region and if they can clear the way of RL counter attractions in order to achieve this, they will. In other words they understand competition and market place.

 

 

The sale cuckoos i would never trust them. 

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Just now, Josef K said:

The sale cuckoos i would never trust them. 

To trust them you'd also have had to go to public skool and notice that sharing was never a strong or huge part of the curriculum, and accept that as normal.

I was about to give give a professional summing up of child development and how adults expect children to share and 2 to 5 year olds don't think this is an important concept to worry themselves over unduly and the ones that never get over that join the Tories or the Labour party, then I thought nah!

2 warning points:kolobok_dirol:

#CorbynwasrightandFordesaidso!

 

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1 minute ago, fighting irish said:

Hey! Billy King's boots is using your icon. Haven't you copyrighted it?

Like Kick and clap that's just a pale imitation of the real thing.

 

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2 warning points:kolobok_dirol:

#CorbynwasrightandFordesaidso!

 

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3 hours ago, Bedfordshire Bronco said:

Yes this 

Funny understand why more clubs dont do it.

Fev and Keighley both share stadium with soccer clubs. As do Leigh right?

Fev hardly share it with Wakefield,they would never get to use ground before Rovers.

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4 hours ago, The storm said:

Id rather not share my ground with a rugby union team or a football team

Clubs like warrington and saints have developed significant alternative revenue streams

 

Sharing with a u**** club. 
Id rather jack than fleetwood mac. 

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On 05/08/2022 at 18:19, Oxford said:

Because SRD can't afford to buy the ground and I doubt they could even afford a third of it.

Sale want to take it over for commercial reasons and want to up the rent as part of their commercial reasons  to such an extent SRD won't have those funds.

And we are talking Sale that's ru to the people who don't seem to grasp the idea. Sale are attempting to make themselves the foremost rugby (mmmmmm)  attraction in the region and if they can clear the way of RL counter attractions in order to achieve this, they will. In other words they understand competition and market place.

 

 

Sale are deluded then. The only people in Manchester who care about union are posh private school boys.

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