DECEMBER 30, 2001
Walkinshaw's rugby troubles
TOM WALKINSHAW has always had a lot of things on his plate. The Scotsman has often been criticized for not spending enough of his time on Arrows because he has to run his TWR Group and also keep an eye on Gloucester Rugby Club. In recent years a lot of time has gone into efforts to reform the world of rugby football. Now Walkinshaw faces a new problem with Gloucester following allegations that one of his players racially abused a rival during a match with Newcastle. The abuse resulted in a brawl which continued off the field.
Newcastle boss Rob Andrew says he wants the Rugby Football Union to take action against the player.
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