Two of rugby league’s most famous clubs could soon find themselves in the hands of the new owners. In truth, the potted history of both Wakefield Trinity and Castleford Tigers has, of late, resembled the proverbial London buses. You wait years for one ground to get redeveloped, and both get good news at once. You…

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