Steve Diamond

  • Sale to be self-sufficient in 18 months - Steve Diamond

    The BBC have reported that Steve Diamond is confident Sale Sharks will soon be able to function without the financial support of co-owners Brian Kennedy and Ian Blackhurst. Sale host Saracens on Saturday in their first competitive match at the Salford City Stadium since their relocation. Chief executive Diamond said: "We envisage that within 18 months we'll be completely self-sufficient.  "There's no point coming to run the business commercially if you're going for a handout every six months."...

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  • Hanks Departs From Sharks

    ... 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 thank Tony for his help in implementing that change. The owners, directors, players and supporters all wish Tony well in the future...

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  • Sharks And Red Devils Consider AJ Bell And Alternatives

    Steve Diamond has told the Daily Mail that Sale Sharks are looking at potential new stadium venues this month. 'If they (ed. City of Salford Community Stadium Ltd run by the council) won't sell the AJ Bell to us we will move,' Diamond told the national newspaper. 'We can't compete financially unless we control the 'wet', the food and the non-match-days. 'There are only 16 games a year at home so we would need another 300 days of weddings, bar mitzvahs, conferences – everything that everyone el...

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  • Sharks Name New Board Chaired By Cotton

    ... 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 position on a 10-man board. Former Sale players Mark Cueto, Steve Smith and Mike Blood, along with Mike Ingall, Dermot Power and Jon Dorsett will also work under Cotton. For biographies on each new board member on the Sale...

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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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  • Sharks' Reveal Season Ticket Boom

    ... season tickets there and then.  The Sharks' press office have sinced released a statement claiming that the club ticket office has been open since 7-30am and is currently working at 'full capacity' to deal with the demand for tickets.  Chief executive Steve Diamond said, “We were absolutely blown away by the response from the supporters. We had a few teething problems at first, given the volume of people who turned up.”...

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  • Canterbury & Sale Sharks

    ... 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 access a demographic who may not have had as much exposure to Canterbury. We are keen to be part of the developm...

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  • Interview: Steve Grainger, RFU Development Director

    Steve Grainger, Development Director at the RFU, talks to Global Sports Jobs about the journey from managing an athletics track for a local authority to his current role at the RFU, how innovation is helping grow participation in rugby and what makes a good leader. Steve Grainger, RFU interview

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  • Steve Gill Resigns As Cas CEO

    Castleford Tigers CEO, Steve Gill has resigned and will be standing down from his role on May 31st. He said: “It has been a privilege, and an honour to serve the club who I have supported since boyhood, and together we have shared some special moments over the past five years. The club itself is possibly in the best position both financially and structurally I have ever known it, and credit must go to everyone involved at the club, for their hard work and commitment in achieving what seemed l...

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  • Ambitious Sharks Ride Tide of Change

    Sale Sharks have been swimming in turbulent waters for the past couple of years and the start of 2012 sees yet another upheaval in South Manchester.News that Steve Diamond is to combine the role of chief executive with his current job of director of sport from February 1, after the departure of Mick Hogan (pictured above), is another tantalising development in a dizzying saga of departures and recruitment. Hogan is to leave after just 18 months in the CEO chair to take up a position working on R...

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