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JB and Phil (from Eggchasers Rugby Podcast) branch out into a new venture.

If you love Rugby and like listening to the people in and around the game, players, agents, coaches, bloggers then this is for you.

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    • 4.4 • 18 Ratings

JB and Phil (from Eggchasers Rugby Podcast) branch out into a new venture.

If you love Rugby and like listening to the people in and around the game, players, agents, coaches, bloggers then this is for you.

    EP: 117 Dr Adam White

    EP: 117 Dr Adam White

    Concussions with Dr Adam White
     
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    EP: 116 Benjamin Kayser

    EP: 116 Benjamin Kayser

    Benjamin Kayzer
     
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    EP: 115 Gary Graham

    EP: 115 Gary Graham

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    EP:114 Henry Taylor

    EP:114 Henry Taylor

    Henry Taylor
     
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    • 54 min
    EP: 113 David Flatman

    EP: 113 David Flatman

    David Flatman
     
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    • 1 hr 17 min
    EP: 112 Rob Baxter

    EP: 112 Rob Baxter

    Rob Baxter
     
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    • 1 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

JPrestonT ,

Interesting look into rugby life

I’m an American that learned to love rugby while on exchange in NZ. One of things I love most about the game is how down to earth everyone is. Case in point, the brilliant conversation with Jim Hamilton this week.

Ders From Indiana ,

Quality listen every episode

JB does a great job of getting insight out of players, coaches and rugby executives. Always a good listen

CGSF1 ,

Sadly can’t support JB anymore

JB's concept of interviewing rugby athletes, coaches, and businessmen and general approach to the interviews has been quite good. He’s clearly a bright man, asks insightful questions, and has the right intent about going deeper into today’s rugby world. I even admire his commitment to podcasting despite apparently having a stutter.

However, I’m uncomfortable further supporting his enterprise because of his mean-spirited, regressive, and un-inclusive views and values. It’s antithetical to what I believed rugby should represent to the world.

He routinely tells those who disagree with him to stop listening to him, so there you go.

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