Liam Williams Saracens: Premiership club should be relegated over salary cap breaches, suggests Exeter chief Tony Rowe

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Exeter Chiefs chief executive Tony Rowe has suggested that Saracens should be relegated over their breaches of the salary cap.

Saracens were fined £5 million and given a 35-point deduction, although both sanctions are suspended pending the conclusion of the club’s appeal.

Exeter have lost the Gallagher Premiership final to Saracens in each of the last two seasons, and Rowe believes the penalties are not harsh enough.

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“We, for a number of years, have suspected they’ve been infringing the salary cap,” he toldBBC Radio Devon.

“But I don’t think the penalty is severe enough. You take away 35 points this year – they could still be in the semi-finals and could still end up at Twickenham (in the final).”

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