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Before getting stuck into the weekend's action, Ugo, Ashy and Chris discuss the all-important question when it comes to Christmas trees: real or fake? There's a look at Gloucester's struggles, Maro Itoje's future and Blair Kinghorn's move to the grea... more
Danny is back on the pod to tell Chris all about the highs and lows of his World Cup in France. He also invites his new England friend, and arguably the Premiership's in-form player, Ollie Lawrence on for a chat. There's lots to unpick from derby wee... more
Wayne Barnes, one of the greatest rugby referees in history, joins Chris, Ugo and Ashy on the sofa. Barnes retired from officiating after taking charge of the Rugby World Cup final, his 111th international match. He reflects on his magnificent career... more
The host takes shots at Ireland. England played one real team this tournament. They lost. Ireland bet the same team. Make sure the draw wins your player of the tournament.
Great guests giving genuine insight but the journalist host loves the sound of his voice too much for me to give him five stars, he’s blathering on stating the obvious and talking over guests …..know your place!
it's Ben currently jumping up and down fist pumping that an opponents contact lens has fallen out?
I was unable to watch the quarterfinal matches this weekend and had recorded them, and assiduously avoided sports news so I could watch the games and experience the thrill of not knowing how it would turn out. Except that this podcast blares out the results in the headers. Can’t you do something that doesn’t give away the ending? I’m sure you could still communicate your enthusiasm for the games, you’ve surely got some writers who can find a few words to say without revealing the victors. more
Enjoying most of the podcasts, but I find it heavily revolves around England. As for the top ten of World Cup coaches,I can’t believe that they put an eye doctor before Warren Gatland.
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Rugby Union Weekly launched 7 years ago and published 221 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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