“Just because an organisation is being criticised doesn’t mean it is necessarily wrong” – Super League chairman launches staunch defence in face of attacks

Super League and the RFL have been widely criticised in recent years, criticism which came to a head with the withdrawal of three academy licenses in May.

However, interim Super League chairman Ken Davy believes that both governing bodies have made important strides since they split back in 2017.

“Just because an organisation is being criticised doesn’t mean it is necessarily wrong, we all face criticism at certain times” Davy said.

“What the decision in 2017 has done has enabled Super League to develop some of its strengths and I think therefore we go back to discussions on a realignment of both bodies from a different position and perspective from where we left.

“It’s also worth saying that the RFL has changed much more significantly in its governance and how it’s run.

“It’s not perfect and gets criticised, things like timing of the match to miss a paper’s deadline is disappointing to put it mildly.

“But, the RFL is a very different structure and governance to that which applied previously.”

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