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Re: Saracens are RELEGATED
Posted by: w4rriorz1980
Date: 19/01/2020 17:55
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The matter is now dealt with and for those clubs who would have been fighting for survival can now plan. Hopefully Warriors can continue to grow and gather strength.
Interesting to read some views on the Sarries board, understandably many feel let down yet a few display a certain arrogance and denial. One poster commented that he feels sorry for how many clubs will be battered next year in the Championship...

I am now wondering how their major sponsors will now respond given the outcome and subsequent impact on income for following seasons. As we’ve seen in other sports, sponsors don’t tend to hang around with their £support.

So with big players commitments/compensation to be calculated and restructuring undoubtedly forthcoming from top to bottom, the impact is going to require some very deep pockets from a new owner, I suspect?
Continuing your comments regarding the responses of a selection of Sarries fans,there were two of them interviewed by Sky Sports earlier.
One was basically saying to compete in Europe against the likes of the big French teams & the Leinster's of this world they had to go over the cap to compete.

Another was asked if all the Prem titles that Sarries have won are now tainted.The pompous git said no.Of course they're blydi tainted!

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