Ok, so we're all now pinning our hopes on Wigan and Bradford to restore the
pride (credibility?) of the ESL.
Regardless of what those two clubs achieve (if anything), the overall
weakness of the Euro comp is there for everyone to see, exposed on
Will this provide a catalyst for the sort of radical overhaul of our lazy
and self indulgent comp which has been needed for years, which the creation
of the SL should have but didn't produce, or will the dunderheads who rule
the roost in Europe stick their heads back up their arses when it's all
over and go back to the towns and villages of the north with a few extra
quid in their back pockets, dreaming of Wembley next season...?
I think I already know the answer to that, and this is the REALLY
depressing thing about the WCC results.
Wake up Europe! It's time to get serious about this game of Rugby League,
and structure a comp to build and develop clubs which CAN compete with the
ASL at all levels, not just the odd one or two freakish results.
If it's bad now, imagine what it will be like when the two comps in Aus get
their act together!!!
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