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Jersey nightclubs, flashing fans and replacing BOD
Jonathan Davies joins Sean O’Brien and Lee McKenzie from inside the Wales camp as they discuss some of the new faces that’ll be on show in the upcoming 6 Nations. The guys recall the time they won their first international cap and Foxy tells the story behind one of the most controversial selection calls in Lions history. Rugby player turned professional boxer Nick Campbell, talks about his career change and how he still keeps in touch with his former Glasgow teammates Finn Russell and Richie Gray. And Adam Jones pops in to reflect on the news that Paul Gustard has left Harlequins.
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Hosted by Joe Cole and Tom Davis and with a lineup of legendary guests, we’ll be taking a look at some of the biggest football of the week. From analysis to random stats and of course incredible stories from inside the dressing room. Don’t miss All to Play For. Brought to you by JOE and Coral.
Ridge Holland, Sean’s shampoo and the England bubble
WWE star Luke Menzies joins Adam Jones, Sean O’Brien and Lee McKenzie to talk about his journey from rugby player to wrestler. Jamie George pops up to tell us what life in the England bubble is likely to look like for the Six Nations and the team discuss the class divide in rugby and how it differs between the four home nations.
Cod briefcases, B-Dog and the Clothesline from Hell
Lee is joined by Alex Goode and Jonathan Davies this week to digest the news that all European fixtures have been postponed. The former Scotland captain John Barclay drops in to clear up where his nickname comes from and how concerning the exodus of players leaving Scotland is. Goodie tells us what it’s like getting the Clothesline from Hell as they discuss why WWE is looking to rugby to recruit the next Stone Cold Steve Austin. And there’s consensus that living with Foxy’s brother is not fun!
Lost Lions, ring-fencing and a doctor
Jamie George and Sean O’Brien join Lee to discuss the viability of this summer’s Lions tour to South Africa. They are joined by South African journalist Elma Smit to debate what options are feasible in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Sean tells us why he fears some big names will be forced to leave Ireland amidst the growing financial crisis in Irish rugby, Jamie gives us an insight into life at Saracens with no rugby, and Dr Adam White outlines why he’s calling for the tackle to be banned from school’s rugby.
A world champion, some fried chicken and a few awards
Former Red Roses fullback Nolli Waterman joins Lee, Adam Jones and Sean O’Brien to discuss life after playing rugby, how it’s not been without its struggles and dealing with social media trolls. Jonathan Davies drops in to tell us about the farce that was Toulon’s fleeting visit to South Wales, Alex Goode talks us through Christmas in Japan and the guys debate whether tackling in schools should be outlawed. We also hand out our House of Rugby end of year awards.