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CVC will instil more collective mindset in Six Nations, says deal advisor

Owen Farrell (L) shakes hands with Italy's David Sisi at the end of their Six Nations match in October 2020. (Photo by FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP via Getty Images).

CVC's £365m investment to acquire a 14.3 per-cent stake in the Six Nations rugby championship will encourage the six unions to think more collectively and instil a more professional approach in rugby union according to sources familiar with the deal. Ben Cronin reports.

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