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Jake White
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Said players no longer draw a salary from the Pretoria franchise, having either been culled by new director of rugby Jake White or taken advantage of the untimely May transfer window opened due to the Covid-19 outbreak by signing with overseas clubs to avoid pay cuts domestically.

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