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Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:34 am  

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I say rubbish to the RFL, get this game which is nothing more then a friendly cancelled.

Give us the two points
Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:34 am  

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I say rubbish to the RFL, get this game which is nothing more then a friendly cancelled.

Give us the two points
Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:50 am  

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I say rubbish to the RFL, get this game which is nothing more then a friendly cancelled.

Give us the two points


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Mon Feb 09, 2009 2:45 am  

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af wrote:
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It's on the Super league site right at the bottom on the report of the game being called off. IMO this decision is just another slap in the face for the integrity of Rugby League. No other sport in the world would keep a friendly fixture at the expense of a league game. People wonder why the RFL are a laughing stock and things like this certainly don't help it's image.
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Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:08 am  

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Bulls must find new Quins date

Chairman Peter Hood today insisted the Bulls had no qualms with their Super League opener being postponed – and revealed Harlequins’ protective covers had become “cemented” to the frozen Twickenham Stoop pitch.

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The decision was relayed back to Bradford just before Steve McNamara and his squad were due to depart for an overnight stop in the capital, saving them a large amount of travelling costs.

"... the likelihood is it will be a midweek match sometime later in the season".
Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:20 am  

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I say rubbish to the RFL, get this game which is nothing more then a friendly cancelled.

Give us the two points


You really need to try and live in the real world.
Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:26 am  

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RL in London has been given the big push in London for long enough and there is still very little interest in the game. The game v Manly will change nothing at all.

I realise that you are a little hard of understanding on such issues so perhaps you should just continue to live in your little fantasy bubble.

You are partially right in your assumption that we have had a load of time to push RL in London and it hasn't worked. The true fact is that "attendance figures" for Super League team, Harlequins/Broncos have pretty much stagnated over the years and are an embaressment to the club, but RL itself is growing from strength to strength in the South East with more youngsters coming through every year. This grass roots growth in the game would not have been possible without the RFL and the Community teams at the club putting in a massive amount of hours. The game is growing at a very fast rate down here...whatever some of our northern bretheren like to believe.

As I have said earlier, I do feel for the Bulls fans who had already planned trips and paid for them, but the fact is, the weather is beyond anyones control. Maybe Harlequins should lay on a coach free of charge to those who have documented proof that they still had to come down or lost their hotel room deposits etc.....
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Mon Feb 09, 2009 1:32 pm  

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That's what Halifax did last year they played Melbourne on the Friday night then their scheduled game on the Sunday.


We played our schedueld game on the following tuesday.

Incidently Salford were meant to get the Melbourne Friendly but Oldham refused to move their fixture with Salford to free up the weekend unless Oldham were compensated with a percentage of the gate takings. Needless to say Salford didn't agree and 'Fax got the match.

Seems the RFL have moved the goal posts this time around though and probably gave Bradford little or no choice over when the game was moved to.

Not the end of the World, 10 months of SL to go yet.
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Brew wrote:
Not the end of the World,

How can you say that.

This isn't some trivial matter you know, A GAME GOT POSTPONED.
Mon Feb 09, 2009 2:42 pm  

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Asim wrote:
How can you say that.

This isn't some trivial matter you know, A GAME GOT POSTPONED.


So did ours. I didn't lose any sleep over it.

In fact, I gained some, Having done a nightshift Saturday Night the game been off meant I could stay in bed for longer. :lol:
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