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Six Nations: Strata

January 27, 2015

Christmas is done, the January sales are on and soon enough the Six Nations will creak back into life, missing a few key protagonists but still full of bile and spite, and to start this off one thing needs to be said. If, IF, all things are equal and the players go and perform as we know they can, then France will win this competition and probably go on to […]

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Hard hand to hold

January 4, 2015

When it comes to rugby union in England, the last ten or so years have mainly been a tale of missed opportunities and mistakes at a management level holding back a large group of extremely talented players. From people like Matthew Tait who would have thrived in the New Zealand setup, to the way we never really managed to harness Jonny Wilkinson again after the dream story that was 2003 […]

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Hartley’s jam

December 22, 2014

Over the last couple of years Stuart Lancaster has struggled to form a firm idea of exactly what his best team is, and who he’ll be taking to the World Cup in 2015 as his starting fifteen, but a few players are good enough to be picked when fit regardless of form and fashion. Owen Farrell, for example, seems to be the man in possession of the number 10 jersey […]

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England: Autumn rugby review

November 30, 2014

Sometimes in sport you have to rely on another team to get a result that makes your day better, and conversely it goes without saying that regardless of your own actions there can be a disappointment even with a win if that sort of situation doesn’t go your way. Yesterday the English rugby union side managed to finally beat a top southern hemisphere outfit after trying for a few weeks […]

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England v Australia, 29/11/14

November 28, 2014

So far, so bad for the English Rugby Union team and their increasingly confused-looking boss Stuart Lancaster, at least in terms of recent times. He has sat in the stand wondering if he’s left the oven on as his side lost to weak New Zealand and South African sides in recent weeks and then saw his team struggle to subdue Samoa, and now comes a test against the Aussies that […]

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Rugby: Learn from the best

November 24, 2014

So, this weekend there were world titles decided and momentous results in the world of the Barclays Premier League, but in rugby union all remained stable despite the best efforts of New Zealand, and to some extent Wales, to give the waiting public a surprise result. After seeing England throw away a chance to beat an under-strength All Blacks team Wales were handed an even more enticing opportunity against as […]

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