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Here's a Thought
Posted by: Faithful_City
Date: 21/01/2020 07:30
Now we know that the relegated club is going to be Saracens the vast majority of this season can be played as a season with no relegation by the other 11 clubs!

We get to see what a season feels like if there was no relegation Something that might be around for 2/3 seasons if we grow the premiership to 14 clubs or maybe even 16 depending on what CVC see as getting them the biggest return on their investment

No relegation what could it mean for supporters and the game plans. Some have said games will become boring with nothing to play for, well maybe not.

The emphasis for the rest of the season should shift from must not lose(fear of relegation) to one of must win!

It is so close this season already any of the 11 remaining clubs could make the top 7 and the big money maker competition The European Championship.

Attack priority instead of defence defence defence. What a prospect selection of all the inventive athletic players who can score tries. FANTASTIC fast exciting rugby with Europe to play for. Those clubs that don't adapt to this could miss out.

It also gives an opportunity to get the hi-potential young guns playing at the top level much sooner.

This now could be the most exciting season for years!

What do you think?

JP

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