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Nick Kennedy - new job
Ecksile (IP Logged)
22 November, 2018 20:58
In charge of player recruitment at Saracens

Who's going to be going first? Could be Toby Booth revisited.

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
cjm. (IP Logged)
22 November, 2018 21:49
Not sure we have that much to poach at the moment.

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
Smudge21 (IP Logged)
22 November, 2018 22:39
Loader and parton would be big blows

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
GHA (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 11:26
Head of player recruitment at Sarries - with an unlimited budget that's a pretty cushty job

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
Jamiepep1 (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 12:21
didn't their CEO pull his financial backing? so probably not unlimited anymore.

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
jimbo800 (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 12:25
My money is on Kennedy taking over from McCall once he leaves, he’s signed on until 2022, plenty time to get to know the sarries way.

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
Exile_Dave (IP Logged)
24 November, 2018 14:13
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jimbo800
My money is on Kennedy taking over from McCall once he leaves, he’s signed on until 2022, plenty time to get to know the sarries way.

More like plenty of time to instil the Irish way.



I'd rather be a Paddy then a Quin!!

C'mon the boys in Green!!

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
Bazzo (IP Logged)
24 November, 2018 18:07
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Jamiepep1
didn't their CEO pull his financial backing? so probably not unlimited anymore.

Maybe that is why he got the job? If they have all their senior players signed up, He would be a man who knows the Championship players, French league players as well as premiership players and from his time as head of the academy, good young players coming through. I can see why he would suit that role at Sarries

 
Re: Nick Kennedy - new job
jimbo800 (IP Logged)
24 November, 2018 18:27
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Bazzo
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Jamiepep1
didn't their CEO pull his financial backing? so probably not unlimited anymore.

Maybe that is why he got the job? If they have all their senior players signed up, He would be a man who knows the Championship players, French league players as well as premiership players and from his time as head of the academy, good young players coming through. I can see why he would suit that role at Sarries

I thought the South African investors backed out but the owner Nigel Wray said he would plug the gap with his money. They’re expanding the ground so they can’t be that skint


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