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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2018 4:35 pm 
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If common sense prevails next season, and the A teams are introduced again, I wonder were the venue would be, it will be nice to see a healthy competition running side by side of the first team, as a Boulevarder it was another reason to get to see any returning players or up and coming younger ones, don’t suppose the KC would be available, but it would be great if possible.
Also what days times etc, think Hull used to do a Thursday/Fri night if memory serves right.

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does anyone know where City play their reserve games?

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Probably go again with Brantingham on Saturday afternoon, free for passholders, decent beer and covered stand.

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got to be kc on a sunday afternoon.stop all this nonsense of having to travel half way across Yorkshire to see an a team game.

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Maybe Catalans can fund all the "A" teams, they've been using the original exchange rate of 1.45 pounds to the euro (today’s price is 1.11) since 2006, a tidy addition to their salary cap (13% ?).

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ccs wrote:Maybe Catalans can fund all the "A" teams, they've been using the original exchange rate of 1.45 pounds to the euro (today’s price is 1.11) since 2006, a tidy addition to their salary cap (13% ?).


not their fault if the rfl fluffed it up (again), maybe some of these chairman should be more honest and open how they can afford all these players at their own clubs


would like to see the a team play back at chants ave or the training ground

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.....Current cap rules explicitly say £1,900,000 for British based clubs and €2,394,000 for clubs with the euro as its currency.

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fosdyke99 wrote:got to be kc on a sunday afternoon.stop all this nonsense of having to travel half way across Yorkshire to see an a team game.

Can you not imagine what it would cost. Allam would have a field day.

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[quote="number 6"]not their fault if the rfl fluffed it up (again), maybe some of these chairman should be more honest and open how they can afford all these players at their own clubs


would like to see the a team play back at chants ave or the training ground[/quote]




Or just scrap the salary cap it hasn’t stopped clubs going bust or at least up it

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