Eddie Jones officially starts his job as England head coach on Tuesday and his first order of business should be to give Joe Launchbury the captaincy – according to Lewis Moody.
Phil Vickery has expressed his disappointment at seeing Stuart Lancaster leave his role as England head coach – especially when the World Cup winner looks at the list of potential replacements.
Chris Robshaw should remain as England’s openside flanker for next year’s Six Nations but only because there are so few other options in the Premiership – that’s according to World Cup winner Neil Back.
Despite Sale Sharks recently being crowned Kings of the North, as well as George Ford and Owen Farrell both hailing from these parts, there is a tangible difference between rugby in the North West and the rest of the country.
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Ford focus: Sale Shark says England fans should lend World Cup support to fellow northern hemisphere teams
English Rugby World Cup organisers’ worst nightmare has come true: the Red Rose are the first host nation to leave its own tournament in the group stages.
Danny Cipriani is refusing to give up on his dream of international rugby and insists he’s still very much gunning for the England No.10 jersey.
Brad Barritt believes that The RFU’s All Schools programme is beneficial to the North West, and not just in terms of the increased pool of talent emerging from the area.
To mark the World Cup clash between England and Uruguay in Manchester this weekend, a brand new sport held its inaugural contest at the Chill Factore: Rugski.
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England’s insipid early exit from their Rugby World Cup is inevitably going to be the catalyst for endless recrimination.
RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie refused to press the panic button despite England’s disastrous 33-13 defeat to Australia dumping Stuart Lancaster’s men of the World Cup last night at Twickenham.