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WILL THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BEAT THE BEST OF THE WEST?
Discussion started by TheSaracens.com , 01 March, 2018 16:03
WILL THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BEAT THE BEST OF THE WEST?
TheSaracens.com 01 March, 2018 16:03
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Re: WILL THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BEAT THE BEST OF THE WEST?
AP 02 March, 2018 09:32
Don't Premier Rugby decide the fixtures? If so, it's a bit unfair to blame the RFU for the scheduling! In a way, it's fairer if both games between two sides are affected by the international call ups. But I agree, it's a ridiculous way to run a professional sport and it needs sorting out.



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Re: WILL THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BEAT THE BEST OF THE WEST?
Westrock 03 March, 2018 13:37
Mitesh suggests that Sarries prefer games against top sides during international periods

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Re: WILL THE BEAST FROM THE EAST BEAT THE BEST OF THE WEST?
Highbury Saracen 05 March, 2018 20:13
This is on other thread
Its ok if they are losing lots of players too



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