James Haskell and Danny Cipriani praised for placing England careers above bank balances
James Haskell and Danny Cipriani's decisions to stay in the Aviva Premiership to pursue their World Cup dreams have been praised by Wasps director of rugby Dai Young.
The big-name pair's future clubs were finally confirmed on Monday when Gloucester revealed they'd landed Cipriani's signature while Haskell will pull on the colours of Northampton Saints next season.
Both players were linked with lucrative moves abroad that would've ended their hopes of playing in Japan next next year but opted to remain in their homeland at rival clubs.
And, although they will be facing up against his side... read more
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