“This has been a huge wake-up call globally [on] the fragility of the sports system. It is totally dependent on broadcast rights. Sports have not.
Sports that have relied primarily on Foxtel may be facing a reckoning. Rugby, the rights of which expire at the end of the 2020 season, will be the.
I admire your optimism and hope you are correct. The Wallabies are the big trump card, but the layer below is the weak link. Not sure in the.
The removal of the needless duplication is essential. In the larger states there's really no reason for the NSWRU and QRU to channel funds from.
I like the removal of the scrum option after penalty or free kick. How many times do we see a couple of scrum resets, the ref finally loses.
Yes, I realise that.
I can provide a similar example from not so long ago. When my son was a little younger he used to go to rugby camps in the school holidays. One.
When Peter V'Landys took over Racing NSW he undertook a review and made redundant a similar percentage of middle managers and he's in the process.
I stand corrected. :)
Let's hope so, although we are in a very weak negotiating position in an environment where broadcast rights across the board are of less value.
Great constructive comment. Troll
It sounds like you're much better at statistics than I am, so you're welcome to spend your time on a much deeper analysis. I'm not sure what.
An illustration of this hoggy comes from a look at 24 years of completed SR seasons:
2 Aussie teams have never played in an SR final
I can't see how 3 or 4 teams or even 5 teams is going to be financially viable. Shrinking the number of teams to the bare minimum doesn't seem.
If they aren't already, alarm bells should be ringing loudly.
The current $57m a year broadcast deal with Fox Sports looks like a river of gold that.
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