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Consortium Of Irish Businessmen Reportedly Makes $4.8M Offer For London Irish

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 16 / 18

A consortium of Irish businessmen reportedly made an offer of more than £3.5M ($4.8M) to buy Premiership Rugby club London Irish "as part of a takeover to secure the club’s long-term future with a multi-million pound investment," according to Gavin Mairs of the London TELEGRAPH. It ...

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