The Scrum Down with Alex Corbisiero features regular guest Jonathan Fisher and input from other current Premiership Rugby players. A conversation on all things Rugby related from a player's point of view.
Gustard's shocking exit; Lions tour latest; Six Nations squad announcements
Alex and Ahmed recap the biggest Rugby news of the week
Rebirth in 2021; Premiership Recap
Alex emotionally passes the torch of host to Ahmed as the two talk through all of the weekend's premiership rugby action, discuss ring fencing the Premiership and this week's cancellation of European rugby.
Cancer Update; Recapping Champions Cup semifinals; Saracens Legacy, Future
Alex Corbisiero is joined by Ahmed Fareed (or Johnny Depp?) on the latest episode of the Scrum Down. Corbs gives an update on his cancer diagnosis, plus recap the semifinals of the Heineken Champions Cup. The duo also evaluate the Saracens dynasty and discuss the legacy of the club, and how their future.
Premiership Rugby's Return...so far with Blaine Scully
Alex and Blaine discuss Premiership's return so far, how teams have managed squad rotation during midweek fixtures, and analyze which teams have managed this period better then others. Plus, the effect of new breakdown interpretations and who's adapting best to it.
Premiership Rugby Review of Round 14, Previewing Round15
Alex Corbisiero examines the biggest games from Round 14 of Premiership Rugby and takes a look ahead to Week 15.
Previewing Premiership Rugby's return
Alex, Dan Lyle, and Blaine Scully preview Premiership Rugby's return after the COVID pandemic.
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World Cup final
Brilliant analysis from all concerned, particularly from Alex who is a really fine host. Infectious enthusiasm. I listened to all the rugby pods this World Cup, and whilst I have enjoyed them all, I have enjoyed Alex’s the most.
His analysis of England’s repeated failings over the last 2 years after brilliant performances demonstrates that there is still some psychological weakness when facing real adversity - out there on the pitch. But they are in good company. The England World Cup winners in 2003 had repeated set backs prior to that win. And the All Blacks between 1987 and 2007 repeated blow up on the big stage in the knockout phases of the World Cup.
Congratulations to South Africa for an extraordinarily dominant performance!
Check the material before you send it out. I know it’s difficult with Covid-19 but recent podcast it’s extremely difficult to hear Dan Lyle, maybe better editing required
Perfect honest rugby scoop!
Cheers Alex, really great insights and from a reliable source being a successful player at the elite level.
Only thing I'd change, get a Pop Shield for your recording, it's so loud when you say P or B!
Keep it up man!