Sharks Holdings Ltd

  • Sale Sharks Make £800k Loss On Improved Income In 2016-17

    ... club by Corpacq from Brian Kennedy in June 2016. The company’s income was up 11.4% from the previous year at £8.3m. In season 2016-17 the cost of wages and salaries grew at a greater rate than the increase in revenue. The company is wholly owned by Sharks Holdings Ltd whose registered shareholders are Corpacq Finance Ltd (51%), Steven Diamond (24%), Gerard Mason (20%) and Mark Cueto (5%). Sharks Holdings runs accounts to the end of December each year. See also... Kennedy Sells Sharks To Corp...

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  • Chabal clothing range

    Sale Sharks have launched the Sebastien Chabal clothing range. Chabal has become a cult figure at the Sharks since joining the club from Bourgoin in the summer of 2004. Lisa Robinson, Sale Sharks merchandise manager said, “ We have been inundated with requests from rugby supporters worldwide for Chabal merchandise and the first few items of the range can be seen on the official Sale Sharks Website…there are more items to follow.” A t-shirt showing a caricature of Chabal dressed as a cavema...

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  • Canterbury & Sale Sharks

    Canterbury has announced a five year partnership to become the official kit supplier to the Sale Sharks. Chris Stephenson, CEO of Canterbury said “Sale Sharks remains a potent force within the Premiership. With recent additions to the squad, and a move to a first class stadium, the future of the club looks very exciting. We were extremely keen to work with Steve Diamond and the team at Sale, given their no nonsense road to success, and the sport-crazy audience in the North West allows us to...

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  • Hanks Departs From Sharks

    Sale Sharks have announced that first team coach, Tony Hanks has left the club with immediate effect and by mutual consent. This announcement has come in the wake of their 45-9 defeat at the hands of Saracens on Friday night.  Hanks was formerly director of rugby at London Wasps and joined Sale Sharks in July 2011 with responsibility for the side's attack, game plan and defence. Steve Diamond, CEO of Sale Sharks said, " It has been a season of great change at Sale Sharks and I would like to tha...

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  • Steve Hanley - Sale Sharks

    Steve Hanley has joined the staff at Sale Sharks to work with the commercial and community departments. Steve, who has just started his testimonial season, was forced to retire from playing after picking up a back injury against Bayonne last December.

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  • McKie Leaves Sharks Chair After Five Months

    Sale Sharks have revealed that Gordon McKie will no longer serve as their chairman after spending just five months at the helm. McKie was appointed in January 2014, having previously held positions as CEO of the Scottish Rugby Union and the Hong Kong Football Association. Sharks co-owner Ian Blackhurst said: "Gordon has made a significant and invaluable contribution to Sale Sharks in a relatively short period of time, and we thank him for his efforts. We appreciate the time and commitment that h...

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  • IKEA To Build Around AJ Bell As Loans Mount Up

    The AJ Bell Stadium is set to benefit from another £1 million in funding, taking the overall total of loans to over £25 million, as the land next to the ground is close to being sold to IKEA. The Swedish furnishing firm is preparing to purchase part of the 42-acre site surrounding the stadium and Salford Council has revealed that it is to loan the stadium company (jointly owned by the council and Peel Holdings) another £942,500 and that figure will be matched by Peel Holdings. The stadium, sh...

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  • Sharks Name New Board Chaired By Cotton

    Sale Sharks have named a new board of directors and have appointed ex-England captain and British and Irish Lions prop Fran Cotton as their new chairman. Ex-Sale player Cotton, 69, spent time on the board in 2007 but has taken up his new position after Sale's takeover by investment company CorpArq. Owner of CorpArq, Simon Orange, is confirmed as the Sharks co-owner along with Ged Mason who is chief executive at recruitment company Morson Group. Director of rugby Steve Diamond also takes a positi...

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  • Salford ground back on track

    The Salford Reds’ new stadium is back on track after administrators Begbies Traynor agreed for the land to be placed back in the club’s control after the conclusion of the voluntary administration process of Red City Developments. With the position regarding Red City now finalised, control of the development land has now passed to Peel Holdings - the club’s preferred developer partner - who will now proceed to finalise the project in readiness for work on the stadium to commence. The new r...

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  • Orange Fields Sharks Questions On Facebook

    The new chairman of Sale Sharks, Simon Orange of CorpAcq, conducted a video interview on Facebook earlier this week in which he fields questions from fans about his reasons for getting involved and his plans for the club in the future. Please click the link below to watch... Simon Orange Video Interview With Sale Sharks Fans See also.. Kennedy Sells Sharks To CorpAcq...

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