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England braced to lose Tuilagi as French move looms
Having waited so long to get injury-ravaged Manu Tuilagi back in the England fold, coach Eddie Jones is facing up to the possibility he may lose the big centre again, this time due to a move to a French club. Read full article
England Rugby picks Sweeney as new boss
England's Rugby Football Union (RFU) have appointed former British Olympic Association (BOA) head Bill Sweeney as their new chief executive, the two governing bodies confirmed on Tuesday. Read full article
Foreign coach required to revive France team - Fitzpatrick
French rugby chiefs need to swallow their pride and appoint a foreign coach if they are to become a rugby superpower again, former New Zealand hooker Sean Fitzpatrick said. Read full article
Squire latest All Black to exit NZ, agrees Japan move
Liam Squire is the latest All Blacks player to confirm he is leaving New Zealand after this year's Rugby World Cup, with the loose forward saying on Monday. Read full article
Savea 'free' to go - Toulon boss
Former New Zealand winger Julian Savea is not welcome at Toulon anymore and, after his performance in a 19-10 defeat to Agen. Read full article
Former All Blacks star Dan Carter to rejoin Racing 92
Former New Zealand flyhalf and double World Cup winner Dan Carter will rejoin Racing 92 in March and stay until the end of the season, the French Top 14 club announced on Sunday. Read full article
Upbringing helped turn Barrett trio into All Blacks - McCaw
Running around frost-covered coastal Taranaki fields in their bare feet was indicative of the sort of grounded upbringing that former captain Richie McCaw believes helped the three Barrett brothers. Read full article
Former All Black Nonu dreaming of World Cup comeback
All Black legend Ma'a Nonu said on Tuesday he was eyeing a World Cup comeback in Japan later this year but he first needed to prove himself at Super Rugby level with the Auckland Blues. Read full article
Folau signs four-year deal with Australian rugby
Australia outside back Israel Folau has extended his Wallabies contract until 2022, ending speculation of a switch back to rugby league. Read full article
Larkham sacked as Wallabies attack coach
Rugby World Cup winner Stephen Larkham has been sacked as the Wallabies attack coach and been moved into a new role with Rugby Australia, the organisation said on Monday. Read full article
Guitoune guides Toulouse to top of table
France international Sofiane Guitoune scored twice as Toulouse moved to the summit of the French Top 14 on Sunday with a 29-16 win over struggling Grenoble. Read full article
Coles opts to stay with All Blacks
Veteran hooker Dane Coles has ruled himself out of the expected exodus of All Blacks following this year's World Cup, signing a new deal on Thursday to stay in New Zealand until the end of 2021. Read full article
Gatland shows interest in coaching Lions on 2021 tour
Wales coach Warren Gatland has had what he called "informal conversations" about leading the British & Irish Lions on their tour of South Africa in 2021. Read full article
Wallaby Beale apologises over white powder video
Wallabies star Kurtley Beale has apologised and been reprimanded after being caught laughing at a man snorting white powder in a video circulated on social media. Read full article
England's Vunipola admits fear on return from injury
England star Billy Vunipola has revealed that he was scared when returning to action for Saracens following a three-month hiatus after breaking his arm for a third time. Read full article
Recovering Halfpenny remains doubtful for Six Nations openers
Wales full back Leigh Halfpenny is a doubt for the opening two rounds of this year's Six Nations Championship as he continues his recovery from a concussion, the coach of his Scarlets club Wayne Pivac has said Read full article
Confidence key to turning things round - Farrell
The fine line between winning and losing can boil down to confidence England rugby co-captain Owen Farrell told The Guardian on Tuesday. Read full article
World Rugby chairman Beaumont knighted
World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont has been recognised in the British New Year’s Honours list with the former England captain given a knighthood for his services to the sport. Read full article
2018 wrap - Cracks in New Zealand edifice give rest of world hope
Such is the dominance of the back-to-back world champions, still clearly ranked number one, that rivals are forced to seize on the slightest chink in their armour to build belief they are beatable. Read full article
Back surgery took a long time to recover from - Read
Kieran Read has reminded commentators and pundits who felt he was past his best that he only fully recovered from back surgery towards the end of the 2018 season. Read full article
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