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  • Ryan Returns To Old Stamping Ground

    Dean Ryan will return to Bristol Rugby in a part-time consultancy role while maintaining his primary role as a television pundit. Ryan coached the west country outfit to the 2001/02 Premiership final and played 45 times for the club before hanging up his boots. He will work for one day each week in the role, working with head coach Liam Middleton. He will continue in his job with Sky Sports. Ryan said, “I hope the experience that I’ve gained in a number of different environments will now be...

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  • Moulsdale Becomes Crusaders CEO

    ... CEO. Moulsdale arrived to play at the Crusaders in their first ever season in 2012, and was named as the Wrexham-based side’s first captain. He also played a key role during Crusaders’ promotion-winning season in 2013. Following the departure of Ryan Gould at the end of the 2016 season, Moulsdale was appointed as the club’s general manager – a role which he held alongside his playing duties. Now, after announcing his retirement from his on-field role, Moulsdale has been appointed as CEO...

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  • ACT Places Jones With Law Firm

    Welsh rugby international Ryan Jones is the latest athlete to take steps to prepare himself for life after professional sport and has now joined law firm Hugh James part time as part of the Athlete Career Transition (ACT). Jones will spend time with the law firm developing business experience and key skills for his future and ACT, which was was founded by former Wales rugby internationals Steve Moore and Andy Moore, has created a pathway for him and other professional athletes to transitio...

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  • Bulls Owner Leaves As Hunter-Paul Becomes CEO

    Bradford Bulls owner Omar Khan is set to sell the club due to ‘ill health’, it has been reported, and Mark Moore and Ryan Whitcut of Bedzruz will take over as new owners subject to Rugby Football League (RFL) approval. The deal will also see former sports minister Gerry Sutcliffe and Vipin Joshi leave their positions as directors as Moore and Whitcut will take up the position of joint chairmen. According to Robbie Hunter-Paul, who becomes CEO as part of the changes, the club will look for m...

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  • Worcester Increase Budget By 25% As Ryan Departs

    Amidst the major news of Dean Ryan's departure from Worcester Warriors, chief executive Jim O'Toole has taken the opportunity to reiterate the long-term financial commitment to becoming an established Aviva Premiership club and confirm that the budget for the forthcoming season has had a significant boost. O'Toole said: "I was slightly bemused to read that there was any hint of Warriors tightening the purse strings as we prepare for the forthcoming Aviva Premiership season. "We have committed t...

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  • Bradley Leaves Hornets For Burnley FC

    Rochdale Hornets chief executive officer Ryan Bradley will be leaving his post in September. Bradley, who joined Hornets in 2013, will make the leap to Premier League Football club Burnley FC, his home town club, to take on the role as business development executive for Burnley FC in the Community Trust. Rochdale Hornets chairman Mark Wynn commented: "We are naturally disappointed to lose Ryan as he done a fantastic job since his appointment. "This hasn't gone unnoticed and it is testament to th...

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  • RPA Announce Board Appointments

    The Rugby Players' Association (RPA) has announced the appointment of two new non-executive directors and two new Restart trustees. Harry Keogh and Joe Ryan will assume the roles of non-executive directors whilst Jeremy Beard and Simon Vaughan-Edwards will become trustees of Restart, the official charity of the RPA. Having served as a non-executive director of the RPA for over 10 years, Bill Page will stand down from the position with current non-executive director Vic Luck also stepping down fr...

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  • Walkinshaw Hails Off-Field Success At Gloucester

    Gloucester Rugby chairman Ryan Walkinshaw has praised the club's performance off the field over the last season, claiming they are one of the three best run clubs in the Premiership. Following our June exclusive interview with Gloucester chief executive Stephen Vaughan, Walkinshaw has reiterated the club's strong commercial performance in an interveiw with the Gloucester Citizen as they look to improve on last season's disappointing campaign on the pitch. He said: "I’m very proud of all the wo...

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  • Redpath Agrees to Join Sale Sharks

    Sale Sharks have named former Gloucester head coach BRyan Redpath as their new director of rugby. Redpath, capped 60 times by Scotland at scrum-half, played 80 times for Sale from 2000 to 2005, leading them to triumph in the Parker Pen Shield in 2002. After retiring as a player he joined Gloucester as backs coach under Dean Ryan and was promoted to head coach in June 2009 following Ryan's departure from Kingsholm. Sale Sharks' chief executive Steve Diamond said, "Anybody who knows what happened...

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  • Bulls Reach Initial Target

    Bradford Bulls confirmed yesterday that the club's initial 'Quest for Survival' target of £500,000 had been reached. With a total of £506,000 pledged or already raised, Bulls chief executive Ryan Duckett said: "Fans, supporters, sponsors, local business and the entire rugby league community have come together in a remarkable effort that has seen those supporters achieve this initial milestone for the Club. "The club will now proceed to the next phase of our plan, in connection with which I can...

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