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  • Changes at Wasps

    ... ground for the past five seasons. On joining the London Wasps' board, Hayes said: "My appointment signals the developing relationship between London Wasps and Wycombe Wanderers to energetically pursue the feasibility of building a new Stadium in the High Wycombe area."  

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  • Hayes Looking To Sell London Wasps

    ... George’s Day Game at Twickenham which has attracted almost 100,000 supporters over two seasons, and taking the first ever competitive domestic fixture overseas, showcasing the game to a global audience in Abu Dhabi.Plans for a new Sporting Village in High Wycombe for both London Wasps and Wycombe Wanderers were also far advanced however Wycombe District Council subsequently withdrew its initial support this summer. This project had included a new 17,500 capacity stadium with community leisure...

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  • Moves - Cospey for Wasps

    ... and the club develop one of the best rugby-only stadiums in Britain. Copsey, Essex-born but a former Welsh international lock, joins the most successful English club rugby team of the past five years. Following a successful relocation to Adams Park, High Wycombe in 2002, Wasps commercial revenue has grown by 50 per cent in the last four years. Copsey, who won 16 caps for Wales, worked as commercial marketing manager for Llanelli Scarlets and had a spell at Saracens, working under Peter Deakin,...

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  • Steve Hayes - New owner of London Wasps

    Steve Hayes is the new owner of London Wasps. Hayes takes over after purchasing the shares of directors Chris Wright and John O'Connell. Hayes, an entrepreneur and managing director of Wycombe Wanderers FC, has also announced a new-look board, which includes former club captains, Lawrence Dallaglio and Mark Rigby, long-term business advisor Mike Brooks and current board members John O'Connell, Ivor Montlake and Tony Copsey. Chris Wright, who led the club for over 10 years, becomes life president...

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  • Wasps Edge Closer to New Owners

    London Wasps have released a statement confirming that the club is in ‘advanced stages of discussions’ with four parties interested in buying the Wycombe-based outfit.   Steve Hayes, the current owner of Wasps, announced that he was looking to sell the club back in October. Stating that: “A new owner may be the best way to build on the groundwork and opportunities he has laid down for Wasps for an exciting and wider future.” Hayes took ownership of the club in 2008 and in the past three...

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  • Potential Takeover "Stalled" at Wasps

    The board of London Wasps Holdings Limited have provided the following update on the on-going Club sale process: Following the decision by Wycombe District Council last July to withdraw its support for a new Sporting Village and Stadium for London Wasps, the Club has been searching for new investment and subsequently new owners. The board is disappointed to confirm that negotiations, which had been leading towards an imminent takeover of the Club, have stalled. The board, having taken independe...

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  • Wasps Place Twitter Handle on New Strip

    ... for the club, Kukri Sport, will incorporate the handle @waspsrugby onto the teams new uniforms. Valencia Football Club incorporated their twitter handle onto the front of their shirts when they were searching for a main sponsor in September 2011. The High Wycombe-based club currently has 28 players who actively use twitter.

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  • Wasps Quiet On Coventry Rumours

    Wasps have released a statement in the wake of media reports that they are considering moving High profile games to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. An Evening Standard report suggested that the club were looking to relocate several Higher profile games to the stadium in the midlands as they search for a permanent home away from their current base at Wycombe's Adams Park. A club statement confirmed that a search for a new permanent home is continuing but said that discussions would have to remain co...

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  • Wasps Reveal £6.3m Overall Profit

    ... but absorbed a company called Canmango, which was previously owned by director Derek Richardson, and that added £10.6 million to the accounts. The club had costs of £8.5 million in the year to June 2014 before they made the move from Adams Park in High Wycombe to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, including £5.8 million on wages for its 107 staff, and turnover amounted to £6.5 million. According to The Coventry Telegraph, notes in the accounts indicate that Richardson had previously made an £8.5...

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  • Coventry Fans To Stay Loyal Despite Wasps Move

    Fans of Coventry Rugby Club say they will carry on supporting their side, despite the much-publicised move of Premiership club Wasps to the Ricoh Arena. The club's decision to re-locate from High Wycombe to Coventry triggered speculation on how the move would impact the city's long-established rugby side, who currently play in National One - the third tier of English rugby. But a BBC Sport video investigates the feeling amongst supporters of Coventry, with the overwhelming feeling one of loyalty...

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