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Premiership rugby finances
Discussion started by aidanb , 28 August, 2018 14:34
Premiership rugby finances
aidanb 28 August, 2018 14:34
have a read of this in the Gruanida

Re: Premiership rugby finances
silicaballerina 28 August, 2018 15:29
.... and Warriors for the drop

that's a bit premature surely!

Re: Premiership rugby finances
Pool_falcon 28 August, 2018 16:21
Quite shocking reading really, it shows how much we owe to Semore.

Quins and Worcester are the scariest of the lot though.

Re: Premiership rugby finances
Falc Dancer 28 August, 2018 19:40
A very good read
The RFU increase the salary cap despite these figures, when clubs all make a loss the RFU should be encouraging clubs to break even not increase their spending

Re: Premiership rugby finances
Exiled Falcon 28 August, 2018 21:57
I actually think that these figures demonstrate that really professional rugby is only borderline feasible. Sadly the turnovers in a lot of cases are incredibly low considering this is the top table of the sport in this country.


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