London Wasps

Wasps To Become Richest Club In The World

Wasps say they are on course to become the richest rugby club in the world after announcing their latest financial initiative. On Monday they will become the first sports club to launch a retail bond listed on the London Stock Exchange, which is expected to raise up to £35m. That means Wasps are set to pass French giants Toulouse in terms …

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Wasps v Leinster – Winner takes all!

A win for Wasps at the Stoop set up a table decider at the Ricoh Stadium in the European Rugby Champions Cup.  Their rivals for top spot Leinster had beaten them by a slim 5 points in Dublin.  The fixture couldn’t have been a better one as far as getting the interest of a new City piqued! My first visit …

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Harlequins v Wasps – A Qtr Final Place gets closer

Having watched Harlequins get a good win against Leicester Tigers it seemed a no brainer to watch them play against Wasps on the European stage, especially when Saracens were kicking off early!  Two top class games in one day were too good to miss!  Quins put on a great show against Tigers giving them little room to play.  Wasps arrived …

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Wasps v Bath Rugby – All About The Rugby!

Round 6 of the Premiership promised some great matches; one of them Wasps Rugby v Bath Rugby was too hard to resist in spite of the fact I’d be at Allianz Park to watch Saracens v Gloucester Rugby on the Saturday.  A double weekend of rugby union it would have to be!  Bath had shown their intent  at the start …

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Wasps Confirm Controversial Move

Aviva Premiership club (‘London’) Wasps have released the following statement in regards to the clubs future which is likely to upset many existing fans; [adsenseyu1] Wasps are delighted that Coventry City Council have unanimously approved the sale of their shares in ACL to Wasps. Final details of the agreement will be confirmed tomorrow morning. It is no secret that the …

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‘Scrum Down’-Previewing the weekend’s top clashes

If you didn’t score a hat-trick in the Premiership last weekend, you’re in the minority, well, at least that’s how it seems. A weekend that was blessed with some ruthless running rugby, sublime finishing and magical moments was a memorable one for the likes of Saints, Saracens and Exeter. Even more so for George North, Vereniki Goneva and David Strettle …

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