Chief executive Lucy Wray adds to Saracens departures


Saracens continue to face upheaval after the club announced that chief executive Lucy Wray is to step down at the end of the month.

Wray has been in charge of Saracens for the last four years and was responsible for steering the current Gallagher Premiership champions out of the salary cap scandal.

The news follows confirmation by Racing 92 that Owen Farrell will be joining them next season on a two-year deal, with other players such as Mako and Billy Vunipola expected to follow him out of StoneX Stadium.

spacer-new Chief executive Lucy Wray adds to Saracens departures

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“Now is the right time for a new adventure and to put myself and my family first, albeit this has been a hugely difficult decision to make,” Wray said.

Former Burnley FC chief operating officer Mark Thompson will replace Wray as chief executive.




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