The war over Europe could be settled soon with all six nations reunited under the new Anglo-French banner, the Champions’ Cup.
The Anglo-French promoters of the Champions’ Cup will have to guarantee the Welsh regions a better deal if they join the new Europe.
James Hook hopes Perpignan’s return to the Heineken Cup can propel him back into Wales reckoning.
The four Welsh regions are being set a deadline of October 31 for joining the Anglo-French vision of the new Europe, the Champions’ Cup.
Saracens chairman Nigel Wray has warned that any attempt by the International Rugby Board to veto the proposed Rugby Champions Cup will end up defeated in court.
Two Welsh regions have declared their interest in joining the new Europe under Anglo-French direction from next season. PRL chief executive Mark McCafferty confirmed the Welsh move yesterday along with others but refused to name names.
The four Welsh regions are being invited to break Celtic ranks and join the Anglo-French plan for a new Europe.
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