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Author Topic: Have Saracens broken salary cap rules?  (Read 4554 times)

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raedarius

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Re: Have Saracens broken salary cap rules?
« Reply #30 on: Tuesday 05-Mar-2019, 09:04* »
Sadly this quotes Andy Goode which means they’ve gone to the biggest rent a gob moron in world rugby.

But it’s otherwise interesting....

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-6770759/Premiership-clubs-former-players-join-calls-Saracens-salary-cap-inquiry.html

To quote a bit for the lazy:

“Sportsmail understands that the PRL’s salary-cap manager, Andrew Rogers, has been making inquiries specific to Saracens in the last few months.

It is thought that he has asked a number of rival clubs to disclose offers they have made to high-profile players, including Saracens squad members.

Rogers is said to be trying to establish whether players have turned down higher offers than they receive at their current clubs, raising the prospect that they are being remunerated via other methods.

It is possible the extent of Wray’s arrangements with players may extend much wider than initially thought.

Sportsmail has also been told of another major England star who struck a property deal with Wray, and still owed the 70-year-old businessman hundreds of thousands of pounds when he moved clubs.“

At least they had the decency (odd word for the Mail, I know) to go with a bald Goode photo.
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