Worcester’s administrators urged to act fast to rescue Premiership season


Two more weeks without pay allows players to serve noticePotential buyer Jim O’Toole ready with four years’ moneyWorcester’s newlyappointed administrators have been urged to act swiftly if the club is to have a realistic chance of rising from the Premiership ashes. The cash-strapped Warriors have been suspended from all competitions and face a potential exodus of players and staff if money cannot be found to pay their September wages.If this month’s salaries are not paid this Friday, the club’s employees can formally serve notice and will be entitled to leave if no money materialises within the next 14 days. Other clubs are already keen to sign high-profile players like the Scotland duo of Duhan van der Merwe and Rory Sutherland who need to be playing club games to be in contention for international call-ups. Continue reading...