End of an era? (The kings are dead, long live the queens)

End of an era? (The kings are dead, long live the queens)

Post by Stev » Mon, 02 Sep 1996 04:00:00


End of an era, Wigan failed to win the big prize.

What we need now is for teams to get stronger over the close season to
make it even harder to win SL next year. I for one think Paris will
improve and benefit from the re-organisation of their own domestic game.
London will improve off and on the field. Next season may start to see
the first of our good English academy players getting a game.

What have Bradford, Saints, Wigan and Warringtom got up their sleeves?

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Steve

 
 
 

End of an era? (The kings are dead, long live the queens)

Post by Geff Fost » Mon, 02 Sep 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>End of an era, Wigan failed to win the big prize.

>What we need now is for teams to get stronger over the close season to
>make it even harder to win SL next year. I for one think Paris will
>improve and benefit from the re-organisation of their own domestic game.
>London will improve off and on the field. Next season may start to see
>the first of our good English academy players getting a game.

>What have Bradford, Saints, Wigan and Warringtom got up their sleeves?

Their arms?

Geff

Quote:
>Steve

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