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    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain

    Saracens chairman Neil Golding claims another audit would've involved more financial and emotional strain


    Premiership Rugby will release the report into the club's salary cap breaches, which Golding claims will provide context and clarity to the situation.

    The London club will be relegated to the Championship at the end of the season.

    Golding took over as Saracens chairman this month.

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