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Who is Going Down?

London
6
14%
Leeds
16
37%
HKR
8
19%
Huddersfield
0
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Castleford
0
No votes
Wakefield
3
7%
Wigan
0
No votes
Catalans
0
No votes
St Helens
1
2%
Hull FC
0
No votes
Warrington
1
2%
Salford
0
No votes
NOBODY: They'll change the Rules
8
19%
 
Total votes : 43

Posted by BrisbaneRhino on Tue Jun 25, 2019 3:15 am
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Make no mistake London have done brilliantly. The contrast in effort from some previous teams sprinkled with very good Aussies is a lesson on how to build a team. If they stay up Danny Ward deserves a medal.
Posted by Molsk111 on Tue Jun 25, 2019 5:46 am
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I’m no Leeds fan, but if Leeds did go down and I don’t think they will, look at the bigger picture, Leeds attract 10,000 plus crowds swapped out for Toronto who will bring what to the game, take into account that superleague crowds are falling year on year, you already have around 4 or 5 clubs in superleague who bring nothing to game, my question is how long can superleague survive, let alone can Leeds survive ???
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Molsk111 wrote:
I’m no Leeds fan, but if Leeds did go down and I don’t think they will, look at the bigger picture, Leeds attract 10,000 plus crowds swapped out for Toronto who will bring what to the game, take into account that superleague crowds are falling year on year, you already have around 4 or 5 clubs in superleague who bring nothing to game, my question is how long can superleague survive, let alone can Leeds survive ???


Leeds only brought 280 fans to the saints game, it was embarrassing for a club with a massive demographic.
The new young dynasty of super saints is coming to a ground near you.
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Posted by wrencat1873 on Tue Jun 25, 2019 7:42 am
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Molsk111 wrote:
I’m no Leeds fan, but if Leeds did go down and I don’t think they will, look at the bigger picture, Leeds attract 10,000 plus crowds swapped out for Toronto who will bring what to the game, take into account that superleague crowds are falling year on year, you already have around 4 or 5 clubs in superleague who bring nothing to game, my question is how long can superleague survive, let alone can Leeds survive ???


If you believe their numbers, Toronto may be pulling crowds of 10,000, if/when they make it into SL.
Leeds, at the moment look to be in serious trouble on the field of play and their away support, this season has disappeared like an ice cube in a teapot.
They would usually bring 3000ish to Wakefield but on their last visit (a game that they won) there was less than half of that number.
Ironically, Trinity took more fans to Headingley, than Leeds managed to bring in the opposite direciton :oops:
Posted by Beverley red on Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:37 am
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Molsk111 wrote:
I’m no Leeds fan, but if Leeds did go down and I don’t think they will, look at the bigger picture, Leeds attract 10,000 plus crowds swapped out for Toronto who will bring what to the game, take into account that superleague crowds are falling year on year, you already have around 4 or 5 clubs in superleague who bring nothing to game, my question is how long can superleague survive, let alone can Leeds survive ???

I am always confused when I see someone saying clubs bring nothing to the game, To me they bring a squad of 25 players which is all that is required for a game on the weekend. The majority of the funds for every club come from Sky.
What we do need is a greater number teams to play in a season I am getting sick of playing FC, three/four times a year.
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I am always confused when I see someone saying clubs bring nothing to the game, To me they bring a squad of 25 players which is all that is required for a game on the weekend. The majority of the funds for every club come from Sky.
What we do need is a greater number teams to play in a season I am getting sick of playing FC, three/four times a year.

Well said they should be at least 14 or 16 at a push then the game would be a lot better for it
Posted by bewildered on Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:34 am
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wrencat1873 wrote:
If you believe their numbers, Toronto may be pulling crowds of 10,000, if/when they make it into SL.
Leeds, at the moment look to be in serious trouble on the field of play and their away support, this season has disappeared like an ice cube in a teapot.
They would usually bring 3000ish to Wakefield but on their last visit (a game that they won) there was less than half of that number.
Ironically, Trinity took more fans to Headingley, than Leeds managed to bring in the opposite direciton :oops:


Is that the same night there was torrential rain in the lead up to the match and for the first half?
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bewildered wrote:
Is that the same night there was torrential rain in the lead up to the match and for the first half?


Yes but, getting wet is all part of supporting your team, especially away from home :shock:
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Molsk111 wrote:
I’m no Leeds fan, but if Leeds did go down and I don’t think they will, look at the bigger picture, Leeds attract 10,000 plus crowds swapped out for Toronto who will bring what to the game, take into account that superleague crowds are falling year on year, you already have around 4 or 5 clubs in superleague who bring nothing to game, my question is how long can superleague survive, let alone can Leeds survive ???


Toronto will bring more fans to us so we are quids in.

Leeds brought about 100 to us at the start of the season, then about 5 last week

"Best supported club in super league" according to their fans.

Toronto will bring far more than that should they replace Leeds
The Leigh and Wakefield fans mentality......

Say something negative about any other team than theirs - Its an opinion

Say something negative about Leigh and Wakefield - TROLL
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bewildered wrote:
Is that the same night there was torrential rain in the lead up to the match and for the first half?


Fair weather supporters?

Supporting a winning team is easy, have Leeds supporters forgotten that when a team is stuggling that's when they really NEED the support? And as Rovers supporters, unfortunately we know.

If Leeds did get relegated I thought they'd bounce straight back and keep the support. I'm less convinced now.

As for declining spectators, Leeds' own are also falling year on year - not something Hetherington admits though.
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