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Discussion started by Faithful_City (IP Logged), 10 October, 2019 10:00
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Faithful_City
10 October, 2019 10:00
The board members now being announced with none of the old guard as members

New People - New Ideas

We have started making good improvements off field now its time for the team to start making the same improvements

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Co-owner Jason Whittingham praised the efforts of Kelly who previously had a long and successful business career in the retail sector.

“Peter has done an outstanding job in the last 12 months, in particular providing modern and effective facilities for all visitors to Sixways,” Whittingham said.

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“All the projects that we have undertaken over the summer have been significant in terms of cost and logistics and Peter and the operations team have delivered them on time.

“Peter has led the off-field team with passion and good humour and we are delighted that he has accepted an enhanced role as managing director.”

Davies, who will start work at Sixways on Monday October 14, has a successful track record across a range of sports.

He will join Warriors from Wycombe Wanderers Football Club where he had been general manager since 2017 where he oversaw the promotion of the club.

Davies has previous top-flight rugby experience having been operations manager of London Welsh from 2014 to 2016 and worked as a consultant to the International Rugby Board – now World Rugby – from 2013 to 2014.


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JP

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Faithful_City
10 October, 2019 10:02
Michael Davies leaves Wycombe Wanderers August 2019

Full Article Here

JP

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Faithful_City
10 October, 2019 10:10


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