Tag: Manu Tuilagi

Heroics cover over the cracks

After England’s rugby union side almost pulled off a sensational result against France last Sunday, many fans were left feeling extremely positive about their chances at the upcoming World Cup. However, they didn’t do quite enough and finished runners-up for the fourth successive Six…

‘Calm down dear, it’s only a game!’

As regular followers or close friends will know, I have a fascination with the psychology that is involved in sport. I have touched on it a few times throughout my blogs but my first real article dedicated to it was ‘The Greatest Battle,’ which…

2013 RBS 6 Nations – my review of a frustrating tournament

After the first week of the RBS 6 Nations I wrote a blog criticising the experts who, I thought, had got their predictions for the tournament completely wrong. It turns out I didn’t do much better! I predicted England would win the Championship ahead…

Who saw that coming? The experts clearly didn’t…

An exhilarating and pulsating opening weekend to the 2013 RBS 6 Nations has proved one thing – so-called expert pundits don’t actually know what they’re talking about! England outplayed Scotland, who were flattened by the final score line after a couple of sloppy mistakes,…