The ARLC were keen to relocate the Sharks or let them die before PVL got the top gig. They were in debt to the tune of $5.5m. PVL had to talk the ARLC into letting them stay.Or do niether, since the sharks are already in their area and can pull t hise bayside councils to them, as wollongong is dragons catchment, all this moving around, has your head spinning, dragons are only in kogarah for the "sydney St.George" supporters and of the sponsorship opportunities, they couldn't survive without it only being in Wollongong fulltime. Its the same argument as Wests Tigers moving away from balmainor Ashfield, its where they make their money, being a fulltume Campbelltown team doesn't help their funds.
Manlys only chance to do anything is play at least half their home games in Gosford.
Not sure why you need to harp on about the sharks, they arw flush with cash, own their stadium, and have a great junior system, and catchment
What you're saying confirms that Sydney's RL landscape needs to be reordered. Wollongong cannot support a team because it's too small and regional. Sharks are always finding themselves in a financial crisis.