Super League players have spoken and they want to be heard | Gavin Willacy

31 December 2018 02:12
In an anonymous poll, players asked for better marketing, more promotion, stronger leadership and a bigger say in decisionsBy Gavin Willacy for No Helmets RequiredAlmost all of our top rugby league players want a change in leadership at the RFL, fewer Super League games, more internationals, a reserve competition, better marketing – and half of them think there is a problem with recreational drugs. But most of all they want their voice to be heard.In a revelatory Player’s Poll in the current issue of Rugby League World magazine, 248 current Super League players responded to a survey of the state of the game. Taking a lead from Australia’s Rugby League Week, which has held an anonymous survey of NRL players for years, Rugby League World has given players the voice they crave: albeit anonymously. Related: Tony Adams to become new president of Rugby Football League Related: Rugby league should never forget the power of free-to-air TV Continue reading. . read full article

Source: TheGuardian