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New Zealand v France - Quarter Final: Rugby World Cup 2015

Toulon Linked With Move For All Black Scrum Half

New Zealand rugby is currently under siege from France’s Top 14, with big-money offers coaxing a number of high profile names north to Europe. Only last week it was confirmed that Chiefs and All Black out-half Aaron Cruden was turning his back on the famous black jersey at the end season, in a move to Top 14 side Montpellier. The …

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Munster’s Rassie Erasmus Has Addressed Those Worrying Springboks Rumours

Success brings opportunity and for Munster’s Director of Rugby Johan ‘Rassie’ Erasmus, it has led to rumours of a potential move home to take over from current Springboks head coach Allister Coetzee. According to Rugby365, Erasmus was reported to be headed to his homeland ‘soon’ for discussions with the South Africa Rugby Union about potentially replacing Coetzee following a dismal …

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Griezmann

Spain’s Top Football Journalist Puts Manners On The ‘Griezmann To Manchester United’ Speculation

The future of Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann has been a constant source of speculation since last summer, with Manchester United being linked with the Frenchman again this transfer window. Regarded as one of Europe’s top attacking midfielders, Griezmann has been linked not only with the Manchester club but also Arsenal, Chelsea and Paris Saint Germain. A known close friend …

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Fan Dilemma As Former Ireland Captain Paul O’Connell Joins The BBC’s Pundits For The Six Nations

BBC Sport have unveiled former Ireland and Munster great Paul O’Connell as the latest member of their star-studded punditry team ahead of the 2017 Six Nations championship. Joining the likes of Keith Wood, Jeremy Guscott, Thomas Castaignede and Jonathan Davies, O’Connell will find himself in good company with some of the tournaments greatest ever combatants. A veteran of three Six …

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Fresh Doping Investigation Rocks France And Racing 92 Pair

Top 14 side Racing 92 has become further embroiled in doping controversy as Yannick Nyanga and Brice Dulin have both reportedly been flagged in relation to abnormalities with  samples before Christmas. The pair have, according to French media including L’Equipe and Eurosport’s RugbyRama, been flagged by the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) following routine anti-doping controls for the substance higenamine. This …

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Top England Prospect Ellis Genge Commits Himself to Leicester

Since making the switch to Leicester Tigers last year, Ellis Genge has seen his promising kick into high gear. Now, despite his mentor Richard Cockerill’s departure from the Tigers, Genge is eager to commit his future to the club. The 21-year-old was brought to Leicester by Cockerill last season from Bristol and since joining the club, has steadily improved to …

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