Investor chase may yet pay off

Rob Robertson
October 2017
Daily Mail;10/5/2017, p79
A YEAR ago this m o n t h , t h e Scottish Rugby Union were given a mandate from their member clubs to try to find private investment for Edinburgh and Glasgow Warriors.


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