Worcester has two deadlines as it faces suspension from all competitions

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Peter Kavinsky

Worcester set two deadlines amid a warning from Rugby Football Union that they will be suspended from all competition on Monday if they fail to meet three criteria.

The Warriors have until 5 pm on September 26 to provide evidence that they have the necessary insurance coverage, the funds to meet payroll and a meaningful plan to get Sixways out of the crisis.

Worcester are fighting for their future burdened by debts totaling more than £25m amid growing anger felt by owners Colin Goldring and Jason Whittingham, who have been accused of robbing the club.

Worcester set two deadlines amid a warning from Rugby Football Union that they will be suspended from all competition on Monday if they fail to meet three criteria.

The Warriors have until 5 pm on September 26 to provide evidence that they have the necessary insurance coverage, the funds to meet payroll and a meaningful plan to get Sixways out of the crisis.

Worcester are fighting for their future burdened by debts totaling more than £25m amid growing anger felt by owners Colin Goldring and Jason Whittingham, who have been accused of robbing the club.

Worcester set two deadlines amid a warning from Rugby Football Union that they will be suspended from all competition on Monday if they fail to meet three criteria.

The Warriors have until 5 pm on September 26 to provide evidence that they have the necessary insurance coverage, the funds to meet payroll and a meaningful plan to get Sixways out of the crisis.

Worcester are fighting for their future burdened by debts totaling more than £25m amid growing anger felt by owners Colin Goldring and Jason Whittingham, who have been accused of robbing the club.

Worcester set two deadlines amid a warning from Rugby Football Union that they will be suspended from all competition on Monday if they fail to meet three criteria.

The Warriors have until 5 p.m. on September 26 to provide evidence that they have the necessary insurance coverage, the funds to meet payroll and a meaningful plan to get Sixways out of the doldrums.

Worcester are fighting for their future burdened by debts totaling more than £25m amid growing anger felt by owners Colin Goldring and Jason Whittingham, who have been accused of dispossessing the club.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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