The vice president of rugby in the world, Agustin Pichot, seems to have broken the positions on the radical proposal of the World League.
The Association of International Players is united in opposition to the annual nationwide 12 teams that will increase travel, exclude Pacific Island equipment and emerging European nations and will not include promotion and decline.
The international rugby fight was dominated by Pichot, who said the international game was under threat and struggled financially.
Game powerbrokers gathered in Los Angeles last month to discuss the World League proposal.
Pichot this morning responded to questions on Twitter, saying that he wants the nations of the Pacific island to participate, along with the promotion and descent.
Pichot says he will never support a league that has no way for emerging nations.
World Rugby believes fanatics are "wholly positive" about the radical change of the international game with the introduction of a World League proposal.
"We conducted amateur research through independent companies in the main broadcasting markets. The fanatics were extremely positive about the concept," World Rugby Journalist Brett Gosper tweeted on Friday.
The best players in the world, including the All Blacks captain, Kieran Read, reacted quickly to the plans, but still confirmed by the Rugby World Cup, publishing their concerns, including the freezing of Pacific Island nations.
The governing body of rugby in the world says that the way in which the main international players have made the proposal of restructuring of the big competitions is "surprising."
Responding in a statement this morning, Rugby World said that "it recognizes and values the importance of considerations and contributions of players to international discussions of international competition.
"However, the way in which Rugby Players (IRP) has expressed this is surprising given a regular commitment throughout this ongoing process.
"World Rugby's commitment to the issues of player welfare is steadfast and we will continue to participate and fully consider the welfare of the players in the ongoing discussions."
World Rugby's claim continued: "There is no doubt that a structured international annual competition would make long-term transmission revenues significantly higher for reinvestment in the global game. This project has long-term growth and stability in its heart, not The short-term win, and that includes a greater chance for the players. "
Here is the full statement of the Rugby World Cup:
Rugby World declaration responding to the players
Rugby World recognizes and values the importance of considerations and contributions of players to international discussions of international competition. However, the way in which the Rugby Players (IRP) organization has expressed this is surprising by a regular commitment during this entire process. World Rugby's commitment to the players' welfare matters is firm and we will continue to participate and fully consider the welfare of the players in the ongoing discussions.
Specific information can not be commented, while the broadest query of the interested parties, including the IRP, is in progress. However, it is important to note that some assumptions made in the statement on the proposed competition structure are inaccurate and that important issues such as burden performance and emerging nations opportunities are the focus of constructive dialogue on the general concept.
Consumer research confirms that structured annual competition would make fans and new audiences more likely to attend, watch and participate in international rugby, exposing sport to new fans around the world. There is no doubt that a structured international annual competition would provide long-term global long-term revenue significantly higher for reinvestment in the global game. This project has in its heart long-term growth and stability, not in the short term, and this includes a greater opportunity for players.
As instructed by our Executive Committee and unions, we are still committed to a constructive dialogue process with all interested parties, including the IRP, to offer a model that ensures the best possible competition and the commercial results for all and a truly exciting and meaningful experience . International competition structure that is excellent for players, clubs, fanatics and unions.