BREAKING: Worcester Warriors have new owners once again - Ruck

BREAKING: Worcester Warriors have new owners once again

The ownership of the Worcester Warriors has undergone another change, with former Wasps owner Christopher Holland now confirmed as a significant controlling figure in the club’s parent company.

City AM have revealed that documents filed with Companies House have revealed that Holland, operating through Loxwood Holdings Limited, has acquired a 97 percent stake in Atlas Worcester Warriors Rugby Club Limited.

This development may instill hope among Worcester Warriors fans, especially after their club faced administration in the early stages of the previous season.

However, it’s worth noting that Holland was also in charge when Wasps experienced a similar exit from the Premiership, mirroring the fate of the West Midlands’ clubs.

Back in May, Holland extended a loan to Worcester and Atlas Consortium to secure a lease for Championship rugby at Sixways Stadium for the current season. Unfortunately, with both Wasps and Worcester no longer part of the English pyramid club structure, this once-promising dream has now faded away.

Four England players Steve Borthwich should drop and who should replace them

#1. Jonny May

Express 5/10: “Clumsy late challenge on Lemeki handed Rikiya Matsuda a simple penalty and added to the self-inflicted pressure on England.”

Mail Online 4/10: “Did not touch the ball in the first 40 minutes and conceded a penalty for a late hit that gifted territory to Japan.”

Rugby Pass 4/10: “Not a game for wingers. When is it ever in the Borthwick era? Didn’t feature in the opening half apart from a leap to cover a Japan cross kick that went into touch and then a late clip on a clearing kicker that gave the opposition a scored penalty from where the ball landed. “

The Guardian 5/10: “Didn’t touch the ball in the first half, though gave a needless penalty away, but more involved in second. Is in the side to chase kicks.”

Replacement: Henry Arundell