JM2K6 wrote:The idea that players with a range of skills hasn't been a thing for at least the last ten yearseldanielfire wrote:What offence are you taking with that column? Kitson certainly does talk rubbish frequently, but I think he raises a few good points, is a team of all rounders vulnerable to a team of specialists? Rugby academies in England certainly do frequently choose size over skill.JM2K6 wrote:Anyway, who’s ready for more ill-conceived cockeyed nonsense masquerading as rugby journalism?
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/blog/ ... ix-nations
Kitson losing his mind again.
The idea that Kruis' attempted kick was a thing worth praising
JJ being touted as some kind of complete newcomer to the wing
Treating Eddie Jones' nonsense about Nowell & Earl as something worth considering just because a few players have played in very similar positions to those they normally play in
How the fuck do we get to this breathless ill-considered nonsense about "numbers don't matter" and "backs and forwards are interchangeable" from Eddie picking a few players in not their best positions and then talking a load of guff about stuff he'll never do?