Could a salary cap work in the Premier League?

Tweet The recent news of Gallagher Premiership champions Saracens breaching the league’s salary cap has rocked the rugby world. Rival clubs and fans have come out in support of Premiership Rugby’s (PRL) decision to fine Saracens £5 million and dock them 35 points, leaving the reigning champions on -26 points after three games played. But could a salary cap ever work in the Premier League, and by that extension English football as a whole?  Collectively the teams in the Premier League are billions of pounds in debt, Manchester United alone…

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Rugby World Cup 2019 Team of the Tournament

Tweet As six weeks of brilliant rugby come to an end with South Africa reclaiming their status as World Champions, it’s time to look at and discuss the 15 players who stood out in each position. Replacements: Joe Moody (New Zealand), Vincent Koch (South Africa), Jamie George (England), Sam Underhill (England), Kazuki Himeno (Japan), Makazole Mapimpi (South Africa) Manu Tuilagi (England) Cheslin Kolbe (South Africa) 15. Beauden Barrett – Steve Hansen’s decision to ship Barrett from fly-half to full-back has allowed the two-time world player of the year to make…

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Reviewing England’s Rugby World Cup performance.

Tweet Featured Image Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/184725865@N02/48994941187/ The first Rugby World Cup in Asia saw England falter at the final hurdle, and South Africa crowned Rugby World Champions once again. Eddie Jones’ side were a team transformed from the abysmal 2015 group exit and their route to the final was phenomenal. They defeated three of the four teams from the Rugby Championship and were so close to confirming the shift of power between the southern and northern hemisphere teams. Despite topping their pool, despite their final game being called off, there were…

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