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Re: What should Sarries do now?
Posted by: DorsetBoy
Date: 19/01/2020 11:00
I think it has to be incumbent on the club to put some supporters meetings in place to explain where the club goes from here, and to apologise honestly for the cheating, and to stop calling it 'mistakes'.

Clearly the player meetings next week have to take place first, and I suspect the other clubs will also be waiting on the outcome of those meetings.

The financial position of the club will be interesting - the big sponsors almost certainly pulling out, presumably TV money dropping, will the parachute payment be made or not, will it be a minimum of 1 or 2 years in the championship.

Will the club be in a position to meet its financial liabilities or not? If not, what impact will that then have?

The nightmare will run for a while longer for the Salaries supporters I'm afraid.

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