Episode 1611: Ken On Liverpool Arsenal And The Xhaka Saga, RWC Final Preview, US Murph On Supernatural Nationals
Ken takes a break from his holiday because Liverpool Arsenal was too much damn fun to ignore, and the Xhaka saga continues.
Nick Easter has been coaching the Natal Sharks for the last two years and started in the 2007 RWC final – the last one to feature an England side. His 2007 side were unloved, sidelined their head coach from the group stages onwards and were seen as no-hopers in the QF, SF and final. We talk to Nick about the contrasts with then and now, and how he found the rugby culture in South Africa.
Plus there’s US Murph on the World Series, Frances Murphy’s TV weekend, and Matt Dawson’s combined Eng-SA XV.
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