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Re: Salary cap breaches revealed
Posted by: BlackheathSarrie
Date: 22/01/2020 23:08
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Paulr58
800k of that is a disputed value of shares bought in itoje's image right company. Which were valued by PWC the leading share company. This valuation was disputed by anther company used by the prl, very thin evidence.
PWC are also the salary cap auditors so you might have thought they were exactly the right company to get a value from.

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Sorry Sarrie
What stood out for me was the PRL saying that relegation was a disproportionate penalty.
Just for clarity it was Lord Dysons panel which said that. PRL in contrast have made a point of seeing the club relegated.

Right now I think that information casts a different light on a number of things but I'll wait to see the full report or whatever we're shown in case there is information missing out which paints things in a much worse light.

Lets be clear though. We were over cap on matters that should have been run by the SCM if Wrays really felt there was nothing to hide so I don't think we should be broadcasting too much righteous indignation.

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