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Where will the NRL be in ten years?

9th December, 2019
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With a new ARLC chairman on the job and a new decade coming up, it’s the perfect time to get the crystal ball out and work out where the NRL will be at the end of the next decade.

Where fans want the NRL and what the powerbrokers feel like doing can often be poles apart. Will those visions finally align over the next decade?

We were joined by Roar rugby league expert AJ Mithen on the Game of Codes podcast to work out the path forward for rugby league in Australia and make a call on what needs to happen for the sport to truly grow.

Expansion has been a hot-button issue for NRL fans over the last few years. Is there room for two more teams to join the NRL, or is relocation of existing Sydney teams the answer?

Is it time for the NRL to abandon the big stadium experiment and start properly investing in better suburban grounds? How does player movement need to change going forward?

Listen to the discussion in the player above.

Visit our Game of Codes hub to catch the full episode and be sure to subscribe and review on iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or wherever else you’re listening.