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Rugby Union Weekly
Ugo Monye, Chris Jones and Danny Care dissect the biggest rugby union stories of the week
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4.8 stars from 3,953 ratings
Great if you’re a Harlequins fan, pretty rubbish if you’re not. Seems every conversation is rounded off with a Quins anecdote again and again. Chris Jones is excellent, the podcast is in desperate need of a non Quins voice.
Ally14236 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/09/22
If this was a podcast for the premiership it would be good, unfortunately it’s let down by being so Anglo-centric. Token guests from Ulster and Glasgow etc once in a while does nothing to even it out. English show hosted by ex English players for the benefit of Gallagher Premiership fans. BBC? No.
McDev78 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/30/21
I disagree
Just listened to the latest pod covering the changes to eligibility of players to play for another country. I could not believe the negativity from Chris, Danny and Ugo. This will be brilliant for the Fiji etc and makes the next World Cup all the more special. Also listened to the Ruck podcast...Read full review »
Steelhead21 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/03/21
Recent Episodes
Danny and Chris look back on a full round of Champions Cup rugby for the first time this season. Leicester left it late once again, Exeter put 50 points on Glasgow and Leinster put nearly 90 on Montpellier. Danny and Chris also share their struggles for food at motorway service stations on their...
Published 01/17/22
On this week's episode we have a fascinating interview with Sale director of rugby Alex Sanderson. Ugo and Chris chat to him about life as a DOR, salary caps, recruitment and his ambitions as a coach. They also talk Six Nations as Wales fans could be heading to London, not Cardiff this year....
Published 01/10/22
Published 01/10/22
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