Tony Ridnell Discusses His USA Rugby Board Candidacy and His Views for the Future

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SAN DIEGO, CATony Ridnell is a former USA Eagle with a long history of involvement in USA Rugby. Now, he is making his case for a spot on the USA Rugby board to try and enact the positive change within the union that he sees necessary.

Take a listen to the podcast below where Tony and I discuss:

-How his involvement with USA Rugby started

-Where his drive to become a board member started

-What changes he will bring

-Rugby International Marketing

-A lot more!

 

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  • Aaron

    Excellent interview Ronan. If this is not the guy, I don’t know whom is. He wants it and he’ll do everything for the Union.

  • The Honorable Slim Shady

    There is no way they will bring in Tony, though they should. This is a closed club and they could care less what the fans want or what the players want. This closed club is made up of people who want favors from others in their closed network. They will not show anything they don’t have to by law and even then they will make you spend $ to find out what they are doing. The Justice Department should look at these people but they stopped working for the people long ago.

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