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Squidge Rugby
The Squidge Rugby World Cup Retrospective
2007. Coaches are on the verge of inventing defence, security are preventing dogs from entering stadiums and the world is reeling over Jonny Wilkinson. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and a nerdy rugby analyst for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 129 ratings
He looks up and thinks
“I’m gonna have a crack here”
Jackjackjackjackjackjackjackja via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/21/24
Could be a great pod.
If it weren’t for the constant childish hating on the England team. Bitter.
Dan Bronks via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 10/17/23
Always on the edge with squidge - neck beard, touch rugby hipster. Every time I think he isn’t actually producing analysis, instead just describing the game, he does pull it out the bag. Very tired of the non-rugby pish though. No idea what he has against the military, but having served 10 years...Read full review »
DfhDfh777 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/19/23
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