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Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
Discussion started by 1spy , 07 June, 2020 16:21
Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
1spy 07 June, 2020 16:21
Lord Myners gives interview in Mail on Sunday about his 52 page review. He says he very concerned about the future of clubs below the Premiership. Can be read on Mail Online today as well. Go to Sport/ Rugby.

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
cornishbob 07 June, 2020 20:43

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
1spy 08 June, 2020 09:18
Good article. Lord Myner,s only asked for £1 pound for doing the report. Good that he highlighted his concerns for the Championships future in the report. Lord Myner,s grew up in Cornwall and was educated at Truro School. His father was a self employed butcher and fisherman his mother a hairdresser. He still has a home in Cornwall and a regular visitor.

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
*Stalwart 08 June, 2020 09:56
I wonder if the RFU and PRL will take any notice.

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
Wino 08 June, 2020 10:40
No they won’t Stalwart. They will pay lip service but nothing substantive will change.



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Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
1spy 08 June, 2020 13:36
The Premier League is a Cartel. The Sports Minister should not support the Clubs with taxpayers funding until they implement the reports recommendations.

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
cheshire exile 08 June, 2020 13:41
Apparently PRL have accepted all 52 of his recommendations. However his remit did not cover the question of whether the salary cap should be changed and the marquee player option removed.
His remit was essentially about ensuring compliance.

Re: Lord Myners of Truro Salary Cap Review
ForcesPirate91 08 June, 2020 18:01
Kept marquee players but salary cap reduced from £7m to £6m


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