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  • England V NZ In Colorado?

    ... is understood Denver has been the focus of talks. The city boasts a purpose-built rugby stadium, Infinity Park, but it holds only 5,000. In planning for 2025, Moore is targeting larger venues and Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High – home of the Denver Broncos NFL team – has a capacity of 76,125. Major League Soccer venue Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, with an 18,061 capacity, is a third option. Moore claimed to already have the support of the NRL, Super League, clubs and players’ unions...

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  • London Broncos Looking To Leave The Stoop

    London Broncos chief executive Gus Mackay says the club are extremely likely to leave The Stoop in 2014. The Broncos have shared the ground with rugby union side Harlequins since 2006 and agreed a deal to remain there for the 2013 season in September. Mackay told BBC London 94.9: “It is top of my agenda. We are in discussions with a number of venues. “What we are looking for is a willing partner who will take us on board and work with us to develop the game.” He added: “It's an interesti...

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  • Broncos take on Rea on Permanent Basis

    Tony Rea has been appointed as head coach of London Broncos after a successful spell in the interim role. Rea, who has been performing as head coach since Rob Powell stepped down in July, has signed has two-year deal. The Australian had initially said that he had no interest in taking the post on a permanent basis but changed his mind to take control of the side for the second, having previously served as head coach for five and a half years in the mid-2000s. "It was purely a coaching decision....

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  • Broncos Sign Three-Year Deal With Towergate

    London Broncos have announced that Towergate Insurance has become the club's main sponsor in a three-year deal.  Towergate Insurance will be the principle shirt sponsor on both the Broncos' home and away shirts in 2015 and the deal is said to involve a "substantial investment" in the club. Broncos fans can benefit from a personalised insurance service from Towergate as a result of the agreement and there will also be a wide range of engagement activities that Towergate will support during the...

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  • Powell Steps Down as Broncos Coach

    London Broncos head coach Rob Powell has stepped down with immediate effect and will be replaced by Tony Rea. Rea, who has previously held posts as chief executive and head coach at the club, will be taking over on an interim basis to the end of the Super League season. Powell who joined the club in 2007 as assistant coach will remain with the club. Rea is expected to be in charge for the Broncos next match, at home to Wigan Warriors on Saturday. Chairman David Hughes said, “We had to make ch...

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  • England To Play Kiwis In Denver

    England Rugby League will face New Zealand during the mid-season international break on Saturday, June 23 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado, USA (capacity over 76,000). The fixture is the first of three over three consecutive seasons that the two sides have agreed to play in the US. Moore Sports International, the promoters of the international fixture and the organisation behind the successful north America RLWC2025 bid, confirmed this week that Wayne Bennett’s squad...

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  • Broncos Still Hopeful Of Securing SL Future

    The London Broncos remain hopeful that they will be able to take their place in Super League next season despite losing a host of players and other personnel and indicating their intention to enter administration after the club announced that talks had reached "a positive stage". The Broncos have applied for an extension of another 10 business days to avoid administration and safeguard their future as they claim they are making progress and could be close to reaching an agreement with an inte...

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  • Brisbane Broncos Offer To Save Series

    The Brisbane Broncos have stepped up to rescue the World Club Series after Melbourne Storm and other NRL clubs declined to participate in the cross-hemisphere runners-up fixture in the UK between NRL and Super League clubs on February 16th and 17th leaving Warrington Wolves without opposition. The main event between champions Wigan and Cronulla is not in doubt. Broncos coach Wayne Bennett said this week that he assured the Rugby Football League he would be keen to take up an invitation if extend...

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  • London Broncos Announce Management Restructure

    London Broncos have announced that Jason Loubser, previously the financial controller at the club for three years, has become the new general manager as they restructure the management team after the departure of Gus Mackay last month. Tom Williams has been recruited from Hemel Stags to head up the commercial side of the business and Niel Wood, formerly of the RFL, will oversee marketing and community operations, while David Lawrenson, current media executive for the RFL, will be responsible for...

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  • Broncos Seal Groundsharing Deal

    London Broncos have announced that they have completed a two-season ground share agreement with Barnet FC at their stadium and training base, The Hive, in north London. Although this is good news and it would seem to solve one of the club's immediate problems, there is still considerable work to be done to be a competitive and functioning Super League club in time for the beginning of the season. More announcements on the Broncos' situation are expected in due course.   Broncos chairman Davi...

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