Any potential Super League club under IMG’s plans to revolutionise rugby league will need to have things including a fully-functioning women’s side and a youth academy to secure the highest licence band, Thirteen has learned. While IMG’s presentation to clubs on Thursday focussed in on a number of areas including attendances, sustainable finances and even…

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