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Controversy Reigns As Saracens Look To Sign Manu Tuilagi

Saracens are looking to sign the injured Tigers Centre. Saracens have become embroiled in controversy as their attempts to sign Manu Tuilagi have them on a collision course with Premiership Rugby and the Leicester Tigers. Saracens are thought to have offered the centre an annual salary of £400,000, which could see the club break salary cap regulations. The Daily Mail reported that …

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Manu Tuilagi Feels He Was Harshly Treated After Being Convicted Of Assaulting Two female Police Officers

Manu Tuilagi was suspended from the England squad after assaulting two female police officers. England and Leicester centre, Manu Tuilagi, has denied assaulting two female police officers after a night out. The Guardian reported Tuilagi as claiming that he was urged to plead guilty at his court hearing, otherwise the case would have been adjourned to midway through the World Cup. Tuilagi claimed that …

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12 Big-Name Players Who Will Miss The Rugby World Cup

It’s inevitable that when a team announces its 31-man Rugby World Cup squad, there’s always one or two shocking omissions. Sadly, thats’s the nature of the beast and sport can be ruthless. With that in mind, let’s look at twelve world-class players who have been unlucky, if not kicking themselves, to have been left out. ______ 1) Francois Trinh-Duc (FRA) The …

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England World Cup Horrors Continue As Another Arrest Rocks Camp

England’s nightmare build up to this year’s World Cup continued on Monday, when it emerged that Danny Cipriani had been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving. The Sale Sharks star was arrested following an early morning crash in West London on Monday. Cipriani has a chequered past with alcohol; back in 2013 he was concussed after being struck by a bus while on the …

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Rugby: European Champions Cup Preview: Pool 3

The era of the Heineken Cup is over and the rugby world is now readying itself for the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup. Our preview continues with a look at Pool 3. Pool 3 Along with Pool 1, this is the blockbuster pool. The undisputed European champions, Toulon, with their riches take on ever consistent Leicester Tigers, along with the unlucky Ulstermen and …

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New Zealand v England – First Test Report

New Zealand have done it again after beating England 20-15 this morning. Richie McCaw’s side were second best for most of the game but came out on top after Conrad Smith’s last gasp try.  England gave everything for 80 minutes and had outstanding performances by Manu Tuilagi, Chris Robshaw and Freddie Burns but it’s the All Blacks who remain unbeaten …

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