#sports London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan reveals he is ready to give the club away for FREE

#sports London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan reveals he is ready to give the club away for FREE

#sports activities London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan reveals he is ready to give the club away for FREE

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EXCLUSIVE: London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan reveals he is ready to give the club away for FREE after nearly a decade of possession… as the millionaire businessman insists ‘it isn’t about cash’

  • London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan says he’s prepared to give the club away for free 
  • The daring assertion comes amid a monetary disaster inside the sport of rugby 
  • The 13 top-flight sides have amassed a mixed debt of £509 million 
  • Crossan says he will give London Irish to somebody ‘so long as they fund it’ 

London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan has revealed he is ready to give the club away for nothing after nearly a decade of possession.

The millionaire businessman advised the Mail on Sunday that he is ready to discuss to potential traders with the cash to finance the club’s future.

Crossan made his admission as a MoS investigation into the funds of Premership golf equipment laid naked the extent of home rugby’s monetary disaster. The 13 top-flight sides have amassed a mixed debt of £509 million.

London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan has revealed he is ready to give the club away for nothing

London Irish tycoon Mick Crossan has revealed he is ready to give the club away for nothing

Rugby is suffering a financial crisis - with teams amassing a combined debt of £509 million

Rugby is struggling a monetary disaster – with groups amassing a mixed debt of £509 million

Crossan, 63, has achieved his purpose of bringing the aspect again to their London roots and is now ready to hand over the club to an formidable successor.

‘If anyone’s trying to purchase a rugby club with its personal coaching floor and P shares [Premiership shares] then they don’t even have to purchase it,’ mentioned Crossan. ‘I’ll give it to them so long as they fund it.

‘When I got involved, my motive was to keep London Irish as a club. Otherwise they could have ended up becoming Swindon Irish. They’re again in the heartland of London now, so I’ve executed what I set out to do and hopefully secured the way forward for the club. 

‘If somebody desires to take the mantle over then they’re greater than welcome. There’s deal to be executed. We need somebody real with good governance. It’s not about cash. It’s about continuity.’

Crossan says he's 'done what I set out to do and hopefully secured the future of the club'

Crossan says he’s ‘executed what I set out to do and hopefully secured the way forward for the club’

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