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British & Irish Lions 2017 Schedule Facing Criticism From Premiership Bosses

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 29 / 16

The schedule for the British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand next summer has been called "ludicrous" by leading figures in the English club game, according to Chris Jones of the BBC. The Lions play 10 matches on the tour, "with the first game taking place at the start of June," just a week ...

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