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Players off contract at the end of season Fri Jun 11, 2021 4:15 pm  

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I have just had a twitter come through about players off contract at the end of season. If I counted correctly London has 25 players whose contracts finish at the end of this season.

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Ooh errr Guv, some work to do there then. Although might make transition to part time easier should Hughes go that way.

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Do we have 25 players?
Mac out!

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Ooh errr Guv, some work to do there then. Although might make transition to part time easier should Hughes go that way.

Those done fans will be lining up around the corner to get a chance to see a part time 3rd tier standard RL side ... :CRAZY:

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Oranageman you predicted what is happening at the club some years back and I certainly didn't believe it, but I think its now a reality.

Without an investor with ambition I just cant see how it can be turned around.
Mac out!

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wire-quin wrote:
Oranageman you predicted what is happening at the club some years back and I certainly didn't believe it, but I think its now a reality.

Without an investor with ambition I just cant see how it can be turned around.


I'm inclined to agree with you WQ. However, can't see anyone wanting to get involved with Broncos unless they are in SL. There is something to be gained for both Rugby League & London with a SL team. There is nothing to be gained for either with that team in Championship or worse.

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Deadcowboys1 wrote:
wire-quin wrote:
Oranageman you predicted what is happening at the club some years back and I certainly didn't believe it, but I think its now a reality.

Without an investor with ambition I just cant see how it can be turned around.


I'm inclined to agree with you WQ. However, can't see anyone wanting to get involved with Broncos unless they are in SL. There is something to be gained for both Rugby League & London with a SL team. There is nothing to be gained for either with that team in Championship or worse.


If you think back to 2019 when we were in Super League. How much more interest was there in RL by the media. TalkSport found an interest in RL, The Broncos featured regularly in The Evening Standard.
In all through our season in Super League RL in total raised it's profile. Now look at where we are. Broncos relegated on the pitch and as such, RL relegated in the Media.
Re: Players off contract at the end of season Mon Jun 14, 2021 12:19 pm  

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Very true Vic, but our friends in the North can't or don't want to see it. The competition has little credibility with just the Dragons outside the heartlands. Hardly any reason for a broadcaster to pump money into the sport & where most people couldn't tell you where Warrington, Wakefield or Wigan where on the map & care even less.

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but our friends in the North can't or don't want to see it. The competition has little credibility with just the Dragons outside the heartlands. Hardly any reason for a broadcaster to pump money into the sports.


Completely agree! too many club owners are full of self interest only! and they don't want to see how the game is going downhill in general. It will be no surprise if Sky those interest after this contract, and no other broadcaster seems to have shown they are keen to take over. The talk about a broadcaster taking over coverage of the Championship as well just faded.

Still trying to work out what Bradford owner got his MBE for? when he started the destruction of The RFL?

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Maybe he got it for doing just that jaybs!
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