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LONDON: Saracens ended the worst week in their history after a 35 point deduction and a fine of more than £5million (US$6.4 million) for breaching the salary cap with a gritty 21-12 win over Gloucester in their Premiership clash on Saturday (Nov 9).
The English and European champions – whose punishment is in abeyance until the outcome of their appeal – have thrived on the negative energy directed at them said forwards coach Alex Sanderson.
Exeter chairman Tony Rowe – whose side have lost the past two Premiership finals to Saracens – and Harlequins scrum-half Danny Care, have both said they should have been relegated.
However, Sanderson – who was pursued down the touchline by Gloucester fans at the end of the match with the former England back
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