Wasps have announced they are merging with ACL and in the process it seems Andy Gibb is getting the push. It makes sense as a cost cutting measure as you can share staff, although there's no reason you can't do that with two separate companies in the same group. Doesn't this create a situation where if one part of the business fails the whole thing crashes down? I've been hesitant to agree with anyone who has spoken of Wasps move having not worked for them financially but its hard to see this as anything other than cost cutting and when you put it alongside Armstrong (Wasps chief exec) also going a couple of months ago, nothing happening at Higgs and, at least according to the Wasps fan in the office, not much in the way of 'name' signings to replace players who have left you have to wonder. Not saying they will be folding any minute now but are things doing as well as some would have us believe?