Glasgow Affected By Wildcat Strike

The Glasgow Rugby team have been affected by a wildcat strike by baggage handlers dealing with Air France flights at Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport today - 48 hours ahead of their crucial Heineken Cup clash with Montferrand.Personal clothes, training and playing kit for around half the party, together with the team's medical supplies were among 21,000 items of luggage reported to be stuck at the airport._The strike is now said to be over_and Glasgow have been assured by the airline that the missing baggage will be delivered to Clermont Ferrand by 10.30am tomorrow.Glasgow's Head Coach Richie Dixon said: "It's a very unfortunate situation which is disrupting our plans for our runabout tomorrow._We are grateful for everyone's assistance for, hopefully, retrieving our luggage for Saturday.'the Glasgow Rugby team have been affected by a wildcat strike by baggage handlers dealing with Air France flights at Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport today - 48 hours ahead of their crucial Heineken Cup clash with Montferrand.Personal clothes, training and playing kit for around half the party, together with the team's medical supplies were among 21,000 items of luggage reported to be stuck at the airport._The strike is now said to be over_and Glasgow have been assured by the airline that the missing baggage will be delivered to Clermont Ferrand by 10.30am tomorrow.Glasgow's Head Coach Richie Dixon said: "It's a very unfortunate situation which is disrupting our plans for our runabout tomorrow._We are grateful for everyone's assistance for, hopefully, retrieving our luggage for Saturday."