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Could Super League Be Back In Five Weeks Fri Jun 26, 2020 8:01 am  

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Could Super League Be Back In Five Weeks





August could see a return to Super League when the twelve topflight clubs meet today to agree a schedule for restarting the top tier of the game, in order to achieve a meaningful season.

The return to action in the Championship and Championship One is, however, still unclear after failure to meet a consensus amongst the clubs and the RFL during an online meeting earlier in the week.

With sport restarting across the globe after the COVID-19 pandemic, Super League will have one eye on the end of the Football Premier League fixtures on the 26th July (the FA Cup Final being played on the 1st August) with a view to filling the SKY TV schedules on the first weekend of August.

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Re: Could Super League Be Back In Five Weeks Mon Jun 29, 2020 10:32 am  

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The email from the club was less optimistic for the championship to return by my reading.

Very interesting to see what kind of feedback they get regarding season tickets and potential refunds

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Bulls4 wrote:
The email from the club was less optimistic for the championship to return by my reading.

Very interesting to see what kind of feedback they get regarding season tickets and potential refunds

The difference between us and SL is the need for a crowd to make it viable. There's certainly no way it could happen without a crowd as no club in the Championship could afford it.

I've no idea how the feedback will go, I said I'd be willing to forgo any refund or 'freebie' for next season. The one person I've spoken to about it, along with her family, were of the same opinion as myself, but whether that is going to be the majority view I don't know. It certainly won't be unanimous is about the one thing I can say for definite.
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