Champions Cup and Challenge Cup: Rugby chiefs say new signings can play for second club in Europe


19 Aug

European rugby chiefs will allow สูตรเกมบาคาร่า who have moved clubs this summer to play for their new teams when the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup competitions resume next month.

Tournament organisers have waived the rule "on an exceptional basis" that prevents players representing different clubs in the same European competition in the same season.

This season's tournaments were halted amid the coronavirus pandemic, with quarter-final stages delayed from April until September. Both 2019-20 competitions were due to have concluded in May.


It is good news for the likes of Champions Cup quarter-finalists Exeter, who will be able to parade major new signing - Scotland international lock Jonny Gray - in their last-eight appointment with Northampton on September 20.

And Challenge Cup quarter-finalists Bristol are also set to benefit, with England prop Kyle Sinckler and Fiji international centre Semi Radradra available to face the Dragons next month.

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