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Friday, December 23, 2005

 

Rugby Administration: Dalton appointed CEO, Auckland.


In yet a further example of how prominent, and well respected, ex-All Blacks get involved in rugby administration, the New Zealand Herald reports that former All Black captain Andy Dalton has been appointed chief executive officer of the Auckland Rugby Union.

It begs the obvious question as to why so few ex-Springboks get involved in local rugby?

The sheer publicity of their names, and the reputations they wish to uphold, would almost guarantee they work in the best interests of South African rugby, not merely for their own benefit, as a large section of rugby supporters believe the status quo to be.

Former All Black captain Andy Dalton has been appointed chief executive officer of the Auckland Rugby Union.

He will take up the position in March, succeeding David White who announced in October that he was leaving to take up the equivalent role with British club Bristol.

Over the next few weeks Auckland rugby will work with the Counties-Manukau and Chiefs boards over Dalton's retirement as chairman of Counties-Manukau, and as a member of the Chiefs board.
Comments:
WP, jou lekker ding!!!  
They are not welcome- again it is a gravyTrain issue

Executive President - my ass!
 
OO, 'Executive President' means 'executive' remuneration and 'executive' perks and 'executive' power in appointing contracts.

So, yes indeed, 'executive president', my ass. I'd rather see some respected ex-Springboks involved at the top level and real business brains, with the requisite skill sets, involved in actual day-to-day rugby admin.
 
Ai jai jai, laaste keer vir die jaar, dan gaan ek ook so bietjie op verlof.

MAAK DIE BULLE ALMAL BOKKE!!!!!!
 
Aldo,

It's more like 'maak die Bokke almal Bulle' and you guys might actually win something....
 
Testing to see if I can get in.  
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