IT is a time of significant change in Rugby League in this country, and nobody is under more scrutiny than RFL chief executive Nigel Wood.
After an eventful start to the year, Rugby League World asks the questions that matter in an exclusive interview, and offers Wood the chance to respond to public criticism from certain quarters.
RLW: After a host of significant announcements during the close season, how do you assess the state of the game in this country at present?
NW: I think Rugby League in the UK is in a really good place in the spring of 2014. Our hosting of Rugby League World Cup 2013 proved to be a massive success and the positive legacy of that tournament is already being felt across the sport. The domestic leagues have started strongly; the restructure at the end of the year means the stakes have never been higher.
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