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Worcester Warriors boss talks about possible takeover

Speaking at a recent press conference, Worcester boss Alan Solomons said he had also experienced “no problems” when he came to look to strengthen his team ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.

The Director of Rugby has been busy signing players for next season and admitted he was close to making “the final announcement” regarding recruitment.


Exeter Chiefs Director of Rugby, Rob Baxter talks with Alan Solomons director of rugby of Worcester Warriors before the Anglo-Welsh Cup match between Worcester Warriors and Exeter Chiefs at Sixways Stadium on January 27th 2017 in Worcester, England (Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK)


However, a takeover has yet to be completed at Warriors since the club was put up for sale by majority shareholders Sixways Holdings Limited in September.

“I am not concerned about it,” said Solomons on the sale of the club.

“I focus on the rugby and I found there has been good support so I have got no problems at all.”

“I am perfectly happy with where we are,” he added.


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“I am very happy with our recruitment and with the squad that we have got for next season.”

Solomons said it was “important” to bolster his side, who have yet to clinch their top-flight status, for next term.

Ashley Beck, Callum Black, Cornell de Preez, Michael Fatialofa, Michael Heaney, Jono Lance, Isaac Miller, Scott Van Breda, Francois Venter and Duncan Weir have all agreed to join Warriors in the summer.

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