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Rebels poised to swoop for Wessels if Force fold

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Melbourne Rebels have targeted Western Force coach Dave Wessels as a potential replacement for the departed Tony McGahan if the Perth team lose their battle to stay in Super..
SBS Also reported by •Brisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rebels looking for Super Rugby coach

With Wallabies halfback Will Genia secured for the next two seasons, the Melbourne Rebels are stepping up their search for a new coach.

Wallabies halfback Will Genia signs with Melbourne Rebels

Wallabies halfback Will Genia has signed a two-year deal with the Melbourne Rebels.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •SBSSydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rugby - Wallabies scrumhalf Genia signs two-year deal with Rebels

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Wallabies scrumhalf Will Genia has signed a two-year deal with the Melbourne Rebels in a major coup for the struggling Super Rugby club.

Finance behind Force's Super Rugby axing

The Australian Rugby Union says financially it made the most sense to cut Western Force from Super Rugby rather than Melbourne Rebels.

Rebels sign Super Rugby prop Faulkner

The Melbourne Rebels have signed Wallaby prop Tetera Faulkner from the Western Force on a two-year Super Rugby deal.

Rugby - Business as usual at Rebels as Japan's Mafi re-signs

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Endangered Super Rugby club Melbourne Rebels have re-signed Japan number eight Amanaki Mafi for a second season despite uncertainty over the team's immediate future in the..

Melbourne Rebels re-sign star player Amanaki Mafi

​Japan international Amanaki Mafi has committed to the Melbourne Rebels for another season in a huge signing for the embattled Super Rugby club.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Rebels ownership transferred, complicates ARU's cull

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The licence to run the Melbourne Rebels Super Rugby team has been transferred to the Victoria Rugby Union from private ownership in a move aimed at making it more difficult for..

Melbourne Rebels believe they are safe after confirming Victorian Rugby Union has bought their licence

The Melbourne Rebels are adamant their future in Super Rugby is secure after confirming owner Andrew Cox has sold the franchise's license to the Victorian Rugby Union.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Where to now for ARU, as Melbourne Rebels look after VRU takes licence

The Melbourne Rebels will now be controlled by the Victorian Rugby Union leaving the Australian Rugby Union unsure of how it can cut a team from next year's Super Rugby competition.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

ARU calls on Rebels to clarify ownership status

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) is seeking clarification from the Melbourne Rebels over its ownership status after being made aware the Super Rugby side's licence had been..

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