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Saracens salary cap storm transferred to independent panel as Premiership Rugby escalate case
Discussion started by Faithful_City (IP Logged), 03 September, 2019 10:30
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Faithful_City
03 September, 2019 10:30
https://i.dailymail.co.uk/1s/2019/03/03/21/10530328-6766973-Saracens_owner_Nigel_Wray_is_in_business_with_Owen_Farrell_and_t-a-25_1551649523280.jpg


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Premiership Rugby's inquiry into allegations that Saracens may have breached the salary cap has been escalated to an independent disciplinary panel.
Under the salary cap regulations, matters only get referred to the specialist disputes body Sport Resolutions when there is deemed to be a case to answer, including where there is a breach of over £350,000 or a club is guilty of failing to cooperate.

It has been almost five months since Premiership Rugby (PRL) announced a formal review into evidence uncovered by Sportsmail about co-investment arrangements between Saracens owner Nigel Wray and several star players, including Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje and Mako and Billy Vunipola.

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JP



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ROLLO on tour
ROLLO
03 September, 2019 10:59
Nothing will happen and Sarries will get away with it again - they don't care one jot.

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Faithful_City
03 September, 2019 11:11
I hope you’re wrong Rollo.

Maybe CVC might have an input?

JP

John Tee
John Tee
03 September, 2019 12:46
is the 'investment' angle open to all players or just top stars..
if not, then hardly the player welfare spin...and just a selected few...?


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