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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 3:08 am 
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Whilst watching BBC the other afternoon I saw part of the interview with 'Sonny' Bill Williams. I am sure I heard the presenter say before the video SBW and his 5.5 million $ contract to Wolfpack for 2 years.
Did I head correctly?
If so how can Wolfpack not be breaking the salary cap? or are they exempt from any rules, such as Wigan or Bradford were a few years ago (allegedly).






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 Post subject: Re: Sonny Bill Williams
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:29 am 
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Salary Cap next season is £2mln but there are “dispensations”

The key dispensations are:
- Marquee Player – Each Super League and Championship Club is permitted to have two Marquee Players whose Salary Cap Value is limited to £150,000 (or £75,000 if Club Trained).

- Club Trained Dispensation – Each Super League Club is given up to £100,000 of dispensation for producing Super League standard players.

- Player Welfare Dispensation – Each Super League Club that achieves the player welfare target is given a £15,000 dispensation.

- New Talent Pool Dispensation – Any Player who has not previously played Rugby League is given a value of £0 in the first year of his contract and at 50% of his true value in the second year.

- Returning Talent Pool Dispensation – Any Player who has not previously played Rugby League in the 5 years prior to signing is given a value of 50% of his true value in the first year of his contract and 75% of his true value in the second year.

- International Bonuses – Bonuses paid for international representation are excluded up to specified maximums.

- Educational Fees paid directly by Clubs are excluded.

- Prize Money – Payments made out of prize money are excluded.

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 Post subject: Re: Sonny Bill Williams
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 9:08 am 
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And if they can afford him, let them have him. RL needs some good publicity and big names in the sport. And Toronto seem to be the only ones doing this, and to attract the biggest name in either code is fantastic.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2019 6:16 pm 
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gizempo wrote:And if they can afford him, let them have him. RL needs some good publicity and big names in the sport. And Toronto seem to be the only ones doing this, and to attract the biggest name in either code is fantastic.


I agree, there should be no negativity about this, get on the bandwagon and enjoy the ride, or drive up and down the M62 while it lasts.

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 Post subject: Re: Sonny Bill Williams
PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:03 am 
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Dbvada wrote:Salary Cap next season is £2mln but there are “dispensations”

The key dispensations are:
- Marquee Player – Each Super League and Championship Club is permitted to have two Marquee Players whose Salary Cap Value is limited to £150,000 (or £75,000 if Club Trained).

- Club Trained Dispensation – Each Super League Club is given up to £100,000 of dispensation for producing Super League standard players.

- Player Welfare Dispensation – Each Super League Club that achieves the player welfare target is given a £15,000 dispensation.

- New Talent Pool Dispensation – Any Player who has not previously

played Rugby League is given a value of £0 in the first year of his contract and at 50% of his true value in the second year.

- Returning Talent Pool Dispensation – Any Player who has not previously played Rugby League in the 5 years prior to signing is given a value of 50% of his true value in the first year of his contract and 75% of his true value in the second year.

- International Bonuses – Bonuses paid for international representation are excluded up to specified maximums.

- Educational Fees paid directly by Clubs are excluded.

- Prize Money – Payments made out of prize money are excluded.

I know it makes no difference but why is it all written up for Superleague teams? It should cover all the 3 professional leagues. What if a big money man/woman came in for championship or Champ1. Would they not be aloud to spend there money on players they want.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:46 pm 
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Whilst not wishing to comment on the rights or wrongs the salary cap in the Championship is set differently.

In the Championship it is £2m or 50% of turnover whichever is the lower.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:48 pm 
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Can I add that one reason some clubs outside Super League have issues with this is that The Championship and League 1 Salary Caps are measured retrospectively: this means that each Club must demonstrate at the end of each Season that its actual spend over the course of the Season was below the Salary Cap.

So if your tight on turnover with a couple of games to go it can get messy.

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