Cohen dismisses Saints exit

Struggling Guinness Premiership club the Northampton Saints have dismissed speculation surrounding England wing Ben Cohen’s future at the club as “total rubbish.”

Saints are facing a battle to avoid relegation from the Guinness Premiership.

They are bottom of the league, one point behind Worcester with only three games remaining.

But Cohen, 28, and Northampton chief executive Allan Robson have moved to dismiss reports the England World Cup winner could consider his future if Saints are relegated.

“I am incredibly proud to wear the shirt every time I pull it on, especially as Northampton is my home-town club,” Cohen said.

“Whatever happens, I will still be here to help get Saints back up to the top of the Premiership.”

The England winger has been in fine form for the Saints despite their battle to beat the drop, scoring a try in each of his side’s last two games.

“Ben’s commitment to the Saints is not, and never has been, in doubt,” added Robson.

“His contract with us still has over a year to run, and any speculation about his future is total rubbish.”

365 Digital

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