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New Boss for Quins
We have a new man at the helm in the shape of former Wolverhampton Wanderers Chief Exec Laurie Dalrymple..
Kingston on Sarries
Only one story on the go at the moment and that is the fact that Sarries have been called to account for their "interpretation" of the salary cap. Everyone is expressing their opinion but nobody has made a better contributrion than our former DoR John Kingston whose thoughts can be found on iNews.
Long Makes The Difference
Sean Long’s switch of codes to Quins as assistant manager caused something of a stir but Paul Gustard believes it could be a real benefit for the side, particularly 20-year-old fly-half Marcus Smith.
Chris Robshaw will remain as captain for the new season - not a surprise and a welcome choice among most supporters.
Whole New Team
No less than 15 new faces so far but bhow many of them will make a real impact ... my money is on Vereniki Goneva who is, as they say, some unit.
Fixtures Are Out
Our Xmas game at HQ will be against Tigers so let's hope they are still in a mess by then.
While the summer baggage carousel of departures and arrivals continues Quins may already have made their most significant signing.
What Are Our Chances?
Prior to the Gloucester game Harlequins were riding a five-match Premiership winning run and though sitting third behind Exeter and Saracens, Quins were in a strong position to secure a play-off place with just six games of the regular season to go.
Life After Diprose
Last week Harlequins announced that their long-serving Academy and Global Development Director Tony Dirpose would be leaving the club when his contract expires at the end of this season, having been at Quins either as a player or a coach for the last 18 years.
Marcus Looks To Japan
Quins fly-half Marcus Smith may have been included as an apprentice in recent England training squads, but the precocious 19-year-old is already aiming much higher as he looks to fast-track his dream of playing for the senior side.