Disciplinary chiefs have launched an investigation into the ugly scenes which marred defending champions Saracens’ 15-6 Heineken Champions Cup victory over Munster.
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Jack Singleton was shocked to find out Saracens are facing a 35-point deduction and a fine of over £5million but is itching to help his new team keep silencing their critics.
Saracens back Alex Lozowski has warned rival clubs they will be back on the trophy trail again soon despite the salary cap breach currently dominating the headlines.
Mark McCall says everyone at Saracens is aware of the need to be patient in pursuit of answers over the club’s long-term future.
Saracens chairman Nigel Wray has insisted the club’s all-conquering team will not have to be ripped apart after being deducted 35 points and fined more than £5million for breaching the salary cap.
Chris Robshaw has declared the pinnacle of English rugby “illegal” and accused Saracens of cheating after they were punished for breaches of salary cap regulations.