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RFU considers scrapping promotion and relegation for Premiership
Narbia (IP Logged)
06 December, 2017 23:22
Per the title.

More on this (from last week).....Guardian

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Brown also hinted that doing away with one or both of the A League and the Anglo-Welsh Cup may also be part of the solution.

Someone last week suggested two 8-team conferences, which seems to me a good idea. Already up and running in the Pro14.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/12/2017 23:29 by Narbia.

 
Re: RFU considers scrapping promotion and relegation for Premiership
PV (IP Logged)
06 December, 2017 23:43
Guilty. Some had a strong reaction to it.....

 
Re: RFU considers scrapping promotion and relegation for Premiership
waltham (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 08:04
Hmmm...I can't see there being universal support for any of the muted changes. I'm surprised at this point that there has been no rumours about formation of a pan-European "Super Club" league once again....(Sm159)

 
Re: RFU considers scrapping promotion and relegation for Premiership
cjm. (IP Logged)
07 December, 2017 08:43
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waltham
Hmmm...I can't see there being universal support for any of the muted changes. I'm surprised at this point that there has been no rumours about formation of a pan-European "Super Club" league once again....(Sm159)

If they were muted I'm not surprised there was no universal support:-)

 
Re: RFU considers scrapping promotion and relegation for Premiership
waltham (IP Logged)
08 December, 2017 00:20
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cjm.
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waltham
Hmmm...I can't see there being universal support for any of the muted changes. I'm surprised at this point that there has been no rumours about formation of a pan-European "Super Club" league once again....(Sm159)

If they were muted I'm not surprised there was no universal support:-)

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