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How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
Discussion started by jojo , 20 January, 2020 21:36
How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
jojo 20 January, 2020 21:36
We know we had to give Manu a good deal because Salaries were showing interest for Manu so we had to react probably with an offer that was more than if they had not destabilised the player wage market.
They have to some extent done the same with showing interest in Jonny May prior to be called to task regarding their approach to the salary cap. Now that they have been caught and brought to task what chances do we now have of keeping him?
Their modus operandi has been one that has led to player wage inflation across the board to the detriment of having sufficient players of quality in the squads. It has been good for some senior players at the cost to fringe and up and coming players.
Unless of course if you are Salaries.

Re: How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
Rich W 20 January, 2020 22:10
In answer to your question I have no idea but imagine it was a significant margin. 20%?



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Re: How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
GT1 20 January, 2020 22:40
I thought it was Racing who offered Manu the big bucks??

Re: How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
Ayerzawannabe 20 January, 2020 23:23
Saracens wasn't the only club Wasps and Worcester drove up his price.

Re: How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
derbyshire fan 22 January, 2020 22:45
We all know that a player’s agent just need to drop a hint to Neil Fissler that [club of choice] are interested in your player. Doesn’t need to be true!

Re: How much did Salaries approach for Manu cost Tigers
IDLETIMES 01 February, 2020 12:48
Very well put GT



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/02/2020 12:49 by IDLETIMES.


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