Keighley Cougars have been in an interesting situation.
The Cougars have been a strange situation since their stance against IMG proved in vain.
Since then they have parted company with coach Rhys Lovegrove as well losing star man Luke Gale to Wakefield Trinity.
The club now have shut down rumours that the club owners will be leaving the club to take over London Broncos, a club who could have an edge under IMG in terms of catchment.
However, the duo will not be headed to the capital as confirmed by the club at a Q and A:
“The rumour of Ryan and Kaue buying London Broncos is absolutely not true.
“The club has no debt and if fans think Ryan and Kaue aren’t the right people for the job, then a trust could be set up and the club can be a community club.
“Ryan expressed that if they weren’t committed to the club, why would they have put their necks on the line by taking the tough decision regarding Rhys? That wasn’t a decision by owners who were walking away, it was a decision which underlines their frustrations and ambition. They stressed they are fundamentally passionate about Keighley Cougars.
“All the changes that have been made are because the club is on the up, not the down and due to the frustration with recent performances.”
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