Rugby director Steve Diamond has made it clear that the club will not be able to survive for long due to the dire economic situation.
The Worcester Warriors crisis is not over yet. The English club managed to start the 2022/2023 Premier League and played the first two days, but Serious economic difficulties From the company may soon force the team to give up participation in the tournament. The 21-36 defeat to Exeter Chiefs on Sunday could also be the Warriors’ last game (in which Renato Giamarioli and Ham FIFA play Azzurri), if the infusion of fresh cash does not quickly reach the club’s coffers.
Rugby manager Steve Diamond has been very clear on this. “We can’t go on like this. A response from club ownership is due later this week. The players keep working, but they already have backlogs. I don’t know how far we can go, but at some point a line will have to be drawn. It’s embarrassing. Too much to call ourselves a professional team when we have to deal with all this. It looks like he came back to a certain degree of amateurism many years ago.”
That the situation on the brink also testifies to the conditions in which the match against Exeter was prepared, which was achieved only thanks to the volunteer work of the referees and the medical staff who had to ensure a presence on the field.
However, this availability may not be guaranteed for the next home match, scheduled for Saturday 24th against Newcastle, and as a result the match is in great danger. Moreover, before the tournament, Worcester will also take part in the first match of the Premier Rugby Cup on Wednesday 21 in Gloucester, but according to the English media, the company at the moment will not have enough funds to sign players on the loan to use in these mid-term commitments. the week.
In the meantime, the current ownership of the club, Reconfirmed In a statement issued Sunday, he said the company’s delivery to a new buyer would be within hours. Those who buy the company are aware of the cash needed and have confirmed their desire to secure fresh funds early next week. This money will be used above all to pay August salaries and to ensure that the September deadlines are met.”
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