Salford Red Devils today became the only Super League club to fail to reach the requirements for a category 1 standard academy system.
Salford halfback and England star Rangi Chase believes his club can put the disappointments of last season behind them as they strive for success in the new ultra-competitive Super League format.
Khaled Issa, 20, will have over a week to learn from the Reds and develop his skills at a professional rugby league team, a move which forms part of ongoing links between the Super League Club and Palestinian Rugby League.
Salford Red Devils are Super League sleeping giants says Hull FC coach, happy to take ‘underdogs’ tag
Salford Red Devils travel to Hull FC this evening looking to make impression on top half of Super League table
Salford’s Rangi Chase the biggest threat to Castleford’s impressive Super League 2014 start
Salford side have followed opening two wins with three losses to sit 10th in table
Saints coach Nathan Brown is wary of the danger posed by the Salford side and hopes his side can extend their unbeaten run.
The proposed idea to allow each club to have one high-profile player without a salary cap was rejected at the meeting
‘Only Bill Gates could’: Salford owner Marwan Koukash can’t afford Manu Tuilagi, says Leicester Tigers chief
Despite splashing out on 14 new players Leicester say Marwan Koukash would ‘need to be Bill Gates’ to afford the transfer fee.
Club punished for fielding 14 men
‘Like it or lump it’: Salford City Reds interim head coach Alan Hunte denies speculation is affecting his players
Speculation rife over who will replace Phil Veivers