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High Profile Frontrunners Emerge To Be Next England Coach

Stuart Lancaster has stepped down from his role as head coach of the England Rugby team, following a disappointing World Cup where the hosts failed to reach the quarter-finals. In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about potential replacements, from Michael Cheika or Joe Schmidt to Eddie Jones. However, these three coaches already have commitments to their …

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Tom Wood Accused Of Undermining Chris Robshaw’s Captaincy

Tom Wood was involved in a Twitter spat over England captaincy. The fallout from England’s disastrous World Cup campaign shows no sign of abating, after Tom Wood was accused of undermining the captaincy of Chris Robshaw. The accusation was made by Robshaw’s Harlequins team mate, Dave Ward, who was clearly angered by comments made by Wood during an interview with the Daily Mail. During …

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Preview: Harlequins v Leinster

Brian Barry previews Harlequins v Leinster in the European Champions Cup.   Leinster travel to The Stoop this afternoon to take on Conor O’Shea’s Harlequins, as the two sides share top spot of Pool 2 at 8 points apiece. While both teams have largely struggled this year, they grounded out the wins against Wasps and Castres in the European Champions …

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Rugby – The Irishmen Abroad

Ozer McMahon is here to keep us up to date with the actions of the Irish rugby players plying their trade away from the Emerald Isle. While the IRFU has always managed to do a good job in keeping the country’s best players in Ireland and keeping the provinces stocked with young local talent, indigenous coaches have found it harder …

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Aviva Premiership: Rating The Irishmen Abroad

Ozer McMahon discusses the performances of Ireland’s exiles in the Aviva Premiership, as the contingent continues to expand. With all four Irish provinces in action on Friday and while Joe Schmidt’s eyes were firmly fixed on developments at The Sportsground in Galway it’s easy forget about Ireland’s ever growing foreign contingent. Indeed there was a time Irish players plying their …

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