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Dispensation Requests and the Salary Cap Mon Jan 20, 2020 12:34 pm  

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Whilst our thoughts are obviouslg with Mose following his career ending incident, I hope we are politely asking for cap dispensation because of the unique situation even though we are below the salary cap.

On the other hand, how on earth can Toronto already be at their salary cap and only have 23 players? According to Nobel they are asking for dispensation.
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Re: Dispensation Requests and the Salary Cap Mon Jan 20, 2020 12:47 pm  

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Well perhaps Toronto should’ve invested in some homegrown talent.
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Re: Dispensation Requests and the Salary Cap Mon Jan 20, 2020 12:56 pm  
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Masoe is an obvious dispensation. He will not play a game in the salary-cap year, so shouldn't be counted.
Toronto are taking the Michael. My understanding is that they want SBW's salary to be removed from the cap until he plays a game, removing whatever they have paid him so far and however much they pay him until he actually plays.

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I think KR will obviously get salary dispensation as there is precedent for that but they are also asking for quota space dispensation as well - is that right? There is no precedent for that but I'd expect them to get it and hope they do.

Nothing against TWP but there is no way in hell they should get dispensation 2 weeks from the season start for the simple fact that they have mismanaged their player contracts and salary cap. They can ask as much as they want but I can't see them getting it.
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Masoe is an obvious dispensation. He will not play a game in the salary-cap year, so shouldn't be counted.
Toronto are taking the Michael. My understanding is that they want SBW's salary to be removed from the cap until he plays a game, removing whatever they have paid him so far and however much they pay him until he actually plays.


Quota spot doesn't need dispensation. As soon as Masoe is de-registered, the spot is free. They will need dispensation to remove this year's salary from the cap though as payments will have already been made.

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This is going to be more of a recurring issue so long as the championship continues to become more and more competitive at the top of the table.
I have no idea how much the likes of Leigh, Toulouse, London and Featherstone are spending at the minute but the more and more they push each other, the higher their wage bill will rise and when they get promoted they will find themselves with less and less room to maneuver under the cap.

In Toronto's case they just went all out last season and clearly spent big to make sure they got promoted. And now they're stuck with the same players and no room on the cap.

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nottinghamtiger wrote:
Quota spot doesn't need dispensation. As soon as Masoe is de-registered, the spot is free. They will need dispensation to remove this year's salary from the cap though as payments will have already been made.


Makes sense - can't see any issue then after Wire got dispensation for Brown last year.
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notorious wrote:
Makes sense - can't see any issue then after Wire got dispensation for Brown last year.


And Cas had a dispensation for Gale.

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I think Toronto should be awarded 10 league points this week, then McDermott might stop begging/whinging.

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I think Toronto should be awarded 10 league points this week, then McDermott might stop begging/whinging.
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