League Wanted to INCREASE Salford Penalty

By Bramwell, Tom | Manchester Evening News, July 19, 2016 | Go to article overview

League Wanted to INCREASE Salford Penalty


Bramwell, Tom, Manchester Evening News


THE RFL had hoped to increase Salford's points deduction at the independent hearing earlier this month that upheld the original six- point penalty.

Sporting Resolutions UK, which heard the case, yesterday published its written verdict, revealing that both the RFL and the Red Devils presented cases of appeal.

The sport's governing body wanted the six-point deduction - which has now been applied to the club and extinguished any hopes they had of making the Super 8s -to be raised to eight points 'spread across into the Super 8s Qualifiers.' .

It is not made clear how this would have worked in practice, as if four points had been deducted now and four more in the second stage of the Super League competition, the Red Devils would have stood a good chance of making it into the Super 8s, rather than the qualifiers.

The decision document also shows the tribunal found there to be 'clear breaches' of the sport's operation rules relating to payments made to Theo Fages, Lama Tasi and Tony Puletua, as well as a direct breach of the salary cap.

While reportedly undeclared rent payments were made on behalf of Fages and Tasi, it is an alleged secondary contract with a company also owned by Marwan Koukash held by Puletua that has proved most significant. …

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