The world’s first Maori and Polynesian franchise, as it was announced, never made it to the major Leagues.

The MLR management comments: “major League announced the expiration of the exclusive negotiating agreement signed with Kanaloa Hawai’i Rugby Ltd. The parties have not reached an agreement on Kanaloa Hawai’i’s participation in the 2021 season.”

MLR Commissioner George Killebrew urged potential franchise owners to “continue their development plans” so that it can join the major Leagues as early as next season.

Six players of the national team of Argentina were found to have a coronavirus

This calls into question the Pumas ‘ participation in the upcoming Rugby championship draw, which will be held in New Zealand.

“All players have an asymptomatic illness and are undergoing a two-week isolation regime,” the Argentine Rugby Union said in a statement.

The coronavirus was found in the following Rugby players: Juan Cruz Maglia, Emillano Boffelli, Bautista Delgi, Rodrigo Fernandez Criado, Bautista Pedemonte and Lucas Bar.

Special connection between all Blacks debutants

As it turned out, new Zealand rookies Hoskins Sotutu and Caleb Clarke are not only playing together for the Blues»…

Guys are friends, just like their fathers used to be. In the nineties, Eroni Clark and Waisake Sotutu were friends and also played together for the Blues. In addition, the ancestors of the newly minted collections, like their sons, played at international level – the elder Clark played for New Zealand, and Waisake for Fiji.

It is noteworthy that the all Blacks recruits are called up to the Oakland team, whose colors will be protected in mitre 10.

Take out and put in 750,000 pounds

The English club will have to solve the problem with five known ones.

Bottom line: in July this year, Leicester tigers terminated the contracts of Manu Tuilagi, Kyle Eastmond, Telusa Vainu, Greg Bateman and Noel Reid. The reason is the players ‘ refusal to accept a 25% pay cut.

On the legal side, the actions of Rugby players are absolutely legitimate, but it is illegal to dismiss people because they do not agree to worsen the terms of employment contracts. And as we wrote in July – sooner or later, the five rejected will demand their own. And so… Begun.

According to the daily mail, the ex-tigers have sought legal advice on the amount of compensation. According to preliminary data, Leicester will have to pay 750 thousand pounds. And the ” Tigers “do not envy: they have a” difficult ” choice – to pay before or after the trial.

True, it is possible to resolve everything amicably-to meet with the players, to press for pity, to bargain, but, judging by the fact that the Rugby players have involved lawyers, the management of the Leicester club does not consider this option.