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'It will be very tricky for them to get going again': Alex Goode concerned England Rugby World Cup stars may find return to Saracens action difficult after final defeat by South Africa Seven Saracens players were in England side that lost Rugby World Cup final  Owen Farrell, Billy and Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, George Kruis among them Elliot Daly and Maro Itoje will also return to the club after the tournament  Full-back Alex Goode admits the players may find it difficult to bounce back Saracens aiming to defend both Premiership and European Cup this season 

By Gary Fitzgerald For Mailonline

Published: 14:23 GMT, 3 November 2019 | Updated: 14:23 GMT, 3 November 2019

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Alex Goode fears it will be 'tough' for his Saracens team-mates to get back to the hard daily grind of club action following their physically and emotionally draining exploits in Japan.

But the full-back still predicts Owen Farrell, Billy Vunipola and the rest will be eager simply get back out onto the field in order to prove a point and bash the World Cup heartbreak out of their system, seven English Sarries stars were involved in Saturday's 32-12 loss to the Springboks.

Club director of rugby Mark McCall will have the face prospect of trying to lift and re-motivate the players for the rest of the club season when they return to the training ground after a break.

Saracens full-back Alex Goode believes Saracens' losing World Cup players may struggle

Saracens full-back Alex Goode believes Saracens' losing World Cup players may struggle

(l-r) Jamie George, Mako Vunipola and Owen Farrell were among the losing Sarries players

(l-r) Jamie George, Mako Vunipola and Owen Farrell were among the losing Sarries players

And Goode claimed: 'It will be very tricky for them to get going again when they return. Getting to a World Cup Final was a huge effort and achievement for the players. But having all that mental and physical emotion of being beaten in that manner means it will be hard for them to recover.

'However, knowing

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