World Rugby chief fears a power struggle after CVC Capital Partners buy £300m Six Nations stake

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NIK SIMON IN TOKYO: World Rugby CEO Brett Gosper has expressed his fears for future rugby after CVC Capital Partners bought a £300million stake in the Six Nations.
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