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England International Admits It'll Be "Different" Playing Without Fans

The coronavirus pandemic means it's unlikely spectators will be allowed into stadiums.

Ospreys have received a massive financial boost. 

Hong Kong-based sports marketing company Y-11 have bought a 75-point-1 per cent stake in the Welsh club. 

They’ve described it as a “multi-year, multi-million-pound deal”.

Just a year ago, Ospreys were on the brink of a merger with fellow Welsh club Scarlets. 

Meanwhile, Scarlets have confirmed the departure of Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes. 

The 32-year old is set for a summer move to Japan. 

Parkes was a key member of the Scarlets side that won the then Pro 12 title in 2017. 

Coaches Brad Mooar and Ioan Cunningham are also departing the Welsh side. 

England international Tom Curry admits it's going to be "different" playing matches without fans.

The coronavirus pandemic means it's unlikely spectators will be allowed into stadiums even if rugby resumes this year.

Curry says the crisis puts the insignificance of sport into context:

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