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Six Nations Execs Warned Reform Stance Could Affect Appeal To Sponsors

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 24 / 17

Six Nations execs have been warned they are "jeopardising their hopes" of securing a £100M ($125.4M) sponsorship deal because of their "archaic stance on reform," according to Nik Simon of the London DAILY MAIL. Despite Georgia being ranked above Italy in the world rankings, CEO John Feehan sa...

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