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SBD Global/September 27, 2013/Events and Attractions
Celtic Rugby Unions Will Not Join European Competition Unless Int'l Rugby Board Approves
Published September 27, 2013
THE ONLY WAY: In London, Alex Lowe wrote Premiership Rugby CEO Mark McCafferty insisted that Pro 12 clubs have “no viable alternative” than to join the new Rugby Champions Cup. He responded to the Celtic clubs' statement by saying "he had received between five and 10 expressions of interest from clubs who want to join the new European competition." McCafferty: "We know a lot of the teams want to be in the Rugby Champions Cup” (LONDON TIMES, 9/27).