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Posted by snowie on Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:27 am
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Karen wrote:
It's not the top side that gets promoted. There is a top 5 play off system like in SL so anyone in that top 5 can gain promotion.
yep and by finishing 5th you still have a chance of being promoted into super league :DOH: who's going to put his name to this one :BEAT:
Posted by Karen on Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:55 am
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Agreed.
Thankfully, it's all been consigned to the history books and we wont have to try and explain the system to anyone, ever again :D

Until the next hair brained scheme that is!! :lol:
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Posted by Karen on Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:57 am
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yep and by finishing 5th you still have a chance of being promoted into super league :DOH: who's going to put his name to this one :BEAT:

Yup, in the same way that you can finish 5th in SL and win the Grand Final. ATEOTD, every club knows what they're playing/aiming for at the start of the season, however mad it is!
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Posted by The Biffs Back on Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:33 am
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Karen wrote:
It's not the top side that gets promoted. There is a top 5 play off system like in SL so anyone in that top 5 can gain promotion.


Yes I'm aware of that and I worded my question wrong by saying 1 up and 1 down.(instead of 1 up via a play off series) although the point still remains that only 1 side will be promoted.

IMO 2019 is the best opportunity for certain sides like Widnes to gain promotion as they will find it more difficult the year after funding wise to push again for promotion
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This situation is ridiculous. We need both Toronto and Toulouse in Super League. The new system makes that impossible for 2020. Until we go to licensing and a 14 team Super League the game will not reach its potential.
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Posted by Cokey on Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:08 pm
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
This situation is ridiculous. We need both Toronto and Toulouse in Super League. The new system makes that impossible for 2020. Until we go to licensing and a 14 team Super League the game will not reach its potential.



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Posted by roofaldo2 on Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:23 pm
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JEAN CAPDOUZE wrote:
This situation is ridiculous. We need both Toronto and Toulouse in Super League. The new system makes that impossible for 2020. Until we go to licensing and a 14 team Super League the game will not reach its potential.


But if they're not good enough to get there on merit, why should they be given the leg up over clubs that are?
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Posted by Derwent on Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:29 pm
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Sir Kevin Sinfield wrote:
Widnes had £1.8M this year, they didn’t do too well with that. I don’t see them been a powerhouse with £1.3M less.


They won't have £1.3m less.

They will get their share of the Championship money (i.e. what London would have received) plus the £500k parachute from the SL clubs. All in all they'll be around £600k worse off.
Posted by wrencat1873 on Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:03 pm
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Derwent wrote:
They won't have £1.3m less.

They will get their share of the Championship money (i.e. what London would have received) plus the £500k parachute from the SL clubs. All in all they'll be around £600k worse off.


What happened with Championship funding ?
Did they keep the top heavy situation, where the top 4 get a decent share and the rest get diddly squat or was there a change made when the new structure was introduced ?
Posted by Mr Dog on Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:01 pm
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wrencat1873 wrote:
What happened with Championship funding ?
Did they keep the top heavy situation, where the top 4 get a decent share and the rest get diddly squat or was there a change made when the new structure was introduced ?


Supposedly a meeting with The RFL today to confirm funding amounts for 2019. Maybe why there aren't a great deal of movements being announced until firm budgets can be set.
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