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  1. Sky have us on 4. Think the rule change was only for the lower leagues.
  2. Problem is those championship quality players know they are never going to get a payday like this one again though so they aren't walking away from their contracts for nothing. They would require a payoff to make up the shortfall in any contract offered by another club and that settlement money would count on Toronto's cap, so the reality is it would likely only free up enough cap space to sign an equally average championship-level player or at best a couple of lower-end short term loans. And in any case it sounds like they need to release a couple of those players just to be able to play one of their current players in Chase Stanley in the first instance. So yes they are likely stuck with what they have got which will probably see them go straight back down. It's a fair old mess.
  3. Averagely coached Leeds to nick it against a poorly coached Warrington. Leeds by 4.
  4. Yes it does. But given it is only a months salary then the club will likely have enough wiggle room. If he was to sign permanently after 4 weeks then his whole annual salary would then count which may be more of a problem if someone doesn’t move on.
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