SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: I was expecting a torrid dogfight against an Ireland team with their tails up and nothing to lose. But what transpired was a strong and disciplined England performance. ,
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: The good news is I sensed a sharpening of intensity with England at Murrayfield - but the bad news is some of Eddie Jones' selections are making me very nervous! ,
CLIVE WOODWARD: I hope Scotland thrash Italy after Finn Russell's unjustified attack Gregor Townsend1 year ago by Daily Mail - Sir Clive Woodward Column
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: I try not to be overly partisan in my columns because I love good rugby and admire top-quality play from all teams, but I hope Scotland record a thumping win over Italy. ,
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: England may have made a middling start to the Six Nations but they are the only team in the first two rounds to claim an away win and are now in a strong position. ,
London Irish handled challenging conditions impressively to win at Harlequins, while champions Saracens were too good for Sale Sharks. Curtis Rona scored a pair of tries as London Irish...
The thought of South Africa in an expanded Six Nations would be to the detriment of rugby development in Europe. I would ask Six Nations and World Rugby authorities to please think again. ,
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: All eyes on England's next game against Ireland, and what a prospect that is. But I suspect history will show victory over the Scots to ultimately be more important. ,
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD - WORLD CUP WINNING COACH: It's a stormy forecast for Edinburgh this weekend - which seems appropriate enough in England's case. ,
SIR CLIVE WOODWARD - WORLD CUP WINNING COACH: Let's hope Eddie Jones' coaching and game plan have improved, along with his selection. I believe they will get the job done, narrowly, against Scotland. ...
England head coach Eddie Jones has recalled 35 players to Pennyhill Park to begin preparations for Saturday's Test. England opened their campaign with a defeat to France in Paris with a number...