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Re: Yarde off to Sale
Posted by: Jus-Quin-Time
Date: 28/10/2017 08:15
Its almost 5th November and a good time for a conspiracy. Here's mine:

Solomona's unexpected return from the England training camp leads to an internal inquest at Sale. They discover he is unhappy because he is not developing. The solution is to bring in another international standard winger who can work with him, mentor him and help him develop. Permission is asked from Premiership Rugby/RFU to speak to other clubs and it is given.

Sale puts feelers out to other clubs. Inviting clubs to offer up a winger in return for appropriate compensation. Sarries offer Earle, Quins offer both Visser or Yarde.

Visser and Yarde are informed that the club has spoken with Sale. Visser throws an absolute wobbly and he and JK are at loggerheads. He isn't selected for a couple of games. Yarde, who is selected, plays well and is confident of his position in the club.

Sale look at the costs, salaries, contract implications and decide that Yarde would be the best fit. Their offer is accepted. Yarde is informed and, quite appropriately, he refuses to turn up for training feeling that the club have been disloyal. JK recourses to disciplinary proceedings giving the impression that it is Yarde who has been the cause of the discontent.

There we are. Lots of holes to be picked in that scenario not least questioning the attitude of a player that has been moved on against his wishes or the reason why a club might choose to offer players under these circumstances.

No evidence or facts. A work of fiction that is about as convincing as Yarde asking Sale for a job mid season.

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