Owen Farrell Saracens have done the right thing. Fighting on would have caused anarchy

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Owen Farrell SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: Saracens have done the right thing by accepting their punishment for breaching salary cap. Fighting on would have caused anarchy

  • Saracens will not ask for a review of punishment for salary cap breaches
  • Club have been given £5.3million fine and 35-point penalty for their offences
  • Club owner Nigel Wray had initially claimed they would review the decision
  • Sportsmailinvestigation had led to action by an independent disciplinary panel 

By Sir Clive Woodward for the Daily Mail


It will hurt horribly but Nigel Wray and Saracens have done the right thing by taking their medicine and accepting Premiership Rugby’s 35-point deduction for this season and the fine of £5.36million.

To fight their corner any longer would have caused incalculable damage to the club and to the wider game. This had the potential to run and run, dragging English rugby down with it.

The unalterable fact is that after the investigative journalism bySportsmail, followed by an independent three-man panel of legal experts examining those revelations in detail, Saracens were found to be in breach of the salary cap.

Saracens owner Nigel Wray (pictured) confirmed that his club had accepted their punishment

That is a set of regulations Saracens are fully signed up to by virtue of being a founder member of Premiership Rugby, and the umbrella organisation would not have t

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