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All i wish is our club is save but i do not believe we are the only club in Super League that will be in this position we all keep hearing different rumours surounding our great sport I do sincerly believe we will survive and recover to become a great club again there are many fans others than our who want us to carry on and others who are very bias But people who live in glass houses should not throw bricks there are at least two clubs who were totering on the brink before being taken over by new owners What if the sugar dadies of some other clubs pulled out and said we can not afford to invest any more The RFL need to start pushing at some of the blue chip companies that invest in other sports and generate intrest Advertise some of the big derby matches more put them on the large placards around the towns
Posted 15:04 6th July 2012