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Chris Booy
Earlsbris (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 10:56
Just announced as the new president of the Professional Game Board taking over from Jeff Blackett.

Interesting appointment into the upper echelons of English professional rugby



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 17/05/2018 10:57 by Earlsbris.

 
Re: Chris Booy
hooter (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 12:04
At least we won't have to listen to him talking about bristol rugby any more.

 
Re: Chris Booy
Peter D (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 12:54
Quote:
hooter
At least we won't have to listen to him talking about bristol rugby any more.

Why not? Nothing about him stepping down as Chair of Bristol. Congratulations to him. It's good that Bristol have a voice sat the top table of the game. He may not be the best at talking to the media but hew's done a great job for Bristol in the 15 years he's been involved. I think that it is as true to say of him as of Steve Lansdown that Bristol only remains here because of him.

 
Re: Chris Booy
BigO (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 13:08
An interesting appointment, which I guess could be beneficial to us in the long term.

They need to get him properly media trained though!

 
Re: Chris Booy
gaudi (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 13:30
Agree Peter D, Im guessing as a percentage of huis wealth hes put more into the club than Steve Lansdown, when others cut and run he stayed with it and should now be able to enjoy his moment in the sun.

 
Re: Chris Booy
Standardprocedure (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 13:36
i'm sure he's more likely to enjoy his moment in the bar

 
Re: Chris Booy
Dieselpup (IP Logged)
17 May, 2018 18:11
Any appointment involving Chris Booy will benefit only one person ... Chris Booy.

Great Bristol have a voice in the inner circle of professional rugby, unfortunately it is his!

 
Re: Chris Booy
Furriner (IP Logged)
18 May, 2018 09:14
Good luck Chris. Please remember to think before you speak though.


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