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Club’s former CEO claims new regime “have dropped a lot of things I put in place”

Castleford Tigers are struggling at the moment.

They appear to be in a real relegation scrap with local rivals Wakefield Trinity.

The Tigers have picked up two wins this season and have been dumped out of the Challenge Cup.

They are also struggling for points though the injuries to their spine certainly haven’t helped matters.

Their poor performances lately have perhaps been the reason why we only saw 4,000 at the Jungle on Sunday half of whom were Hull FC fans.

This prompted former CEO to call on fans to support the club.

Steve Gill said on social media:

“Back in March 2013 we played and got beat by London Broncos one of my first home games in charge of Castleford Tigers the crowd was so low, we didn’t take enough money to pay for the match day security please don’t go there again #supporttheclub.”

As he said this, many fans questioned Gill as to what is going on.

He said he couldn’t provide the answers but said the new regime had dropped a lot of things he put in place:

“I can’t answer the question for the Current regime, but they do seem to have dropped a lot of things I put in place.”

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