Bradley Davies moves to London Wasps
February 4, 2014
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Wales second-row forward Bradley Davies will join London Wasps from Cardiff Blues at the end of the season, joining the exodus of players from Wales.
"We have a pool of very good locks here and bringing someone like Bradley in will only broaden that group, offering us huge experience and quality," said Wasps' director of rugby Dai Young. "I know Bradley quite well and he is a great guy to have in your squad. He is a proven leader which has been recognised with him captaining his country, and, as we continue to strengthen our side, I think he will be an excellent player for us."
Davies said he bought into Young's vision for the club. "I've been with the Blues since I was seventeen years old and I have a huge amount to thank everyone there for, but I am also hugely excited about playing in a new league with a new club."
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