I've been watching the games every week for 30 years. Games played during the middle of the season have some of the lowest attendances.
You wouldn't know though as you're not a rugby league fan who watches every game.
Literally nothing to do with this. Broadcasters wont find addtional value in cutting the season by a third. I dont care how much youve watched, thats a simple fact - and one that doesnt require you to watch every damn game to know.
I didn't say it's likely to happen. It's my opinion in what I believe is best for player welfare and fan interest.
And yet youve argued abouit it for several posts now for some reason.
I already said the broadcast rights and gate receipts will take a hit if the season is reduced, so WTF are you on about with your baseless assertions?
Did you? Beause you wrote this four of your posts back
From a viewer's perspective the season drags on too long and becomes boring. Shortening the season will make the matches more exciting and offer better value to the broadcasters and sponsors.
or is there another one of you about.
I'm under no illusion that we'll get the same pay as we do now by reducing season, so piss off with your misrepresentation of my position. You're just looking to troll and argue for the sake of it.
You certainly wrote that it would "offer better value"
One of us is trolling this thread, I dont think its me, and i certainly havent misrepresented you.
Plenty of other posters on here bring up fumbleball way more than I do. I usually only talk about it when responding to some one else who brought it up.
Not in the threads Ive been in.
You should write your posts better then.
I can understand him not knowing about Tests as he's a fumbleball fan, but what's your excuse?
lol yes because Tests are something I know nothing about and all. christ.