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Posted by Fishermanscap on Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:20 am
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Grimmy wrote:
You're not seriously trying to say Wire have displaced Leeds as a bigger club are you? Leeds have won the Super League 8 times to Warrington's 0, won the World Club Challenge 3 times to Warrington's 0, and they consistently attract larger crowds. The big three remain Leeds, Saints and Wigan. There is no 'big four' because there isn't another British club at that level since Bradford's demise.

What utter rubbish, the big three or big four are based on current standings not historical. Hunslet can claim to be in the big four by your logic. Hence at the moment, Warrington are higher up the pecking order than Leeds, live with it. That may change but for now, Warrington hold one out of the two trophies available, what have Leeds got? :CRAZY:
Posted by wrencat1873 on Mon Nov 04, 2019 8:42 am
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JonnoTheGreat wrote:
Wigan, St Helens and Leeds are all far bigger clubs than Warrington. At least Leeds, as average as their current side is, don't have to look back to 1955 for the last time they were Champions.

It could certainly be argued too that Hull FC are a bigger club than Wire.

As for your own joke club, the one that had fans on here claiming were an 'established top 5 SL club' after a couple of 5th placed finishes but pathetically ended up having fans on the pitch and celebratory music over the tannoy after a last day win over the mighty London. Such a smalltime nothing club.

With the injury tally last season, Trinity were never likely to hit 5th.
I just had another look at the table to see where Trinity finished in relation to your club but, I couldn't see them.
How was your season :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

At least you finished above Dewsbury

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