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Re: EVERYTHING SALARYCAP RELATED
Posted by: EXDJ
Date: 19/01/2020 20:28
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BlackheathSarrie

Interesting that the EPCR are allowing you to play your QF at home despite not having a suitable size venue. Quite an allowance to make. For a club who are all about playing to the rules I'm guessing you'll be refusing?

The strict 15k capacity rule was dropped a couple of years ago. Saracens played Glasgow in the 2017 QF and had to get in extra seating to meet the requirement. Attendance was nearly 15,000. Fast forward a couple of years and when Sarries played Glasgow in the 2019 QF, EPCR confirmed that Sarries didnít need to get extra seating. So the match attendance was 11,000. Surely you noticed that AZP was hosting these games?

There are quite a few complaints about other fans coming onto the Sarries board. Maybe we could all cut down on baseless innuendo?

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