Anthony Glossop

  • Worcester Warriors Jettison Chief Executive Cameron

    Worcester Warriors have announced that they are parting company with chief executive Charles Cameron after he spent less than a year in the job. The club has confirmed that a formal search for a replacement will commence shortly and, in the meantime, Anthony Glossop, a non-executive director who chairs the board, will take on a part-time executive role. Glossop said: "I would personally like to thank Charles for his hard work during his period with us, which I appreciated." Cameron added: "I a...

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  • Little Leaves Worcester As Club Searches For CEO

    ... take the next step up both on and off the field. Little, who has previously served as marketing manager and commercial manager at Gloucester as well, has been at the club since 2006 as general manager and then managing director and chairman of the board Anthony Glossop paid tribute to the work he has done but said that talks to appoint a new CEO are already well underway. “We are extremely grateful for his support over the past seven years and for someone with so much of his career ahead of h...

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  • Worcester Report £8m Loss For 2016-17

    ... accumulated debt. Warriors bought the freehold on the 50-acre Sixways site from the old Worcester Rugby Club, and have been reportedly valued at £26.7m. Former owner Cecil Duckworth is the club president and is listed as a director along with Bill Bolsover, Anthony Glossop, Greg Allen, John Crabtree and Gus Mackay- the managing director. See also... Worcester Warriors For Sale, Griffiths Out £20m Loan Write-Off Leads To Extraordinary 2016 Profit At Sixways Worcester Increase Budget By 25% As...

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  • Warriors Move Quickly To Replace Little

    ... outgoing managing director Charlie Little, with Charles Cameron taking the reins. Cameron will begin his new role as the Warriors’ chief executive on 13 May once Little has left the club at the end of April and the chairman of the board at Worcester, Anthony Glossop, is confident that he is the right man for the job. “We are very pleased to have recruited Charles as CEO after a comprehensive and wide-ranging search,” he said. “A club such as Worcester faces many challenges in creating a...

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  • O'Toole Swaps London Irish For Worcester

    ... helping to found Armstrong Kennedy Consulting LLP. O'Toole has played a key role in London Irish increasing their merchandise revenue and becoming one of the Premiership's top-five sponsorship performers. Warriors acting chief executive and chairman Anthony Glossop said: "We are delighted to have secured Jim's services. He has a wealth of very relevant experience that equips him well to provide a leadership role in taking the club forward....

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  • Warriors Spending Big In Quest To Become West Midlands Superpower

    ... with clubs doomed to relegation emanated from Sixways throughout. That air of optimism has continued over the summer as Worcester prepare for an assault on the Championship and they should be well-placed to succeed given that interim chief executive Anthony Glossop has told Running Rugby the club is spending virtually the same amount as last season. “We have maintained a similar level of investment to what we had in the Premiership,” he said. “Despite relegation, it is more than business...

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  • Pickering Voted Out As WRU Chairman

    Welsh Rugby Union chairman David Pickering will step down from his role in October following a failed bid to be re-elected to the board. Newport Gwent Dragons chief executive Gareth Davies and Llanelli head of rugby Anthony Buchanan won more votes than Pickering. Pickering will now relinquish his position as chairman of the WRU following October's AGM and leaves the WRU Board after a 15-year term, although he will remain on the board of Rugby World Cup ltd, to which he was appointed by the Inter...

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  • RFU Extends Deal With Rhino Rugby

    The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has announced a four-year extension to its deal with Rhino Rugby to supply scrummage machines, contact pads and training equipment. England teams at all levels will continue to use Rhino’s Premiersled, Dictator and Collision King products as a result of the partnership, which now stretches back over 25 years, and community clubs will also be able to receive a discount from Rhino. Sophie Goldschmidt, the RFU’s chief commercial officer, commented: “Rhino has a...

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  • Kooga Kit Out The Baa Baas

    The Barbarians and Kooga have announced a deal which will see the sportswear supplier become the official worldwide licensee for the famous invitation club. Anthony Egan, Kooga sales director, has hailed the announcement as a significant milestone for the brand. He said: “We’re extremely excited about working with the Barbarians who are an iconic and widely recognisable name within the world of rugby. The Barbarians are a great addition to our portfolio of clubs alongside Leicester Tigers an...

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  • Penney Announced as Munster Coach

    Munster Rugby have announced that Rob Penney, former head coach of ITM Cup side Canterbury will become their new head coach for the 2012/13 season on a two year contract. The 48 year old has been head coach of Canterbury since 2006, and last season took them to their fourth straight ITM Cup national provincial title. He also has Super Rugby coaching experience with the Crusaders where he was assistant coach in 2005 when they won the Super 12 title and he has maintained his involvement with the...

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