Rugby World magazine’s 50 Most Influential People in Rugby special

first_img Rugby World magazine’s 50 Most Influential People in Rugby specialThe latest issue of Rugby World magazine does exactly what it says on the cover: reveals the 50 Most Influential People in Rugby in 2020.If you can’t get to the shops to buy a copy, you can now order single issues online and get the magazine delivered direct to your door – click here and select Rugby World’s Aug-20 issue.Or you can find out how to download the digital edition to your tablet here. We also have incredible subscription offers, including three issues for just £5 – find out more here.Here are ten reasons to buy Rugby World magazine’s August 2020 edition…1. The 50 Most Influential People in RugbyThis is the ultimate list of rugby’s movers and shakers. Some names will be familiar – like Siya Kolisi in top spot – and others will not, but it’s a definitive look at the people who shape the game.The detailed and comprehensive rundown, which covers 35 pages, is sure to provoke plenty of debate, so make sure you let us know what you think by getting in touch via social media or emailing [email protected] Steve BorthwickThe former England lock has now taken over as Leicester head coach – and Sean Holley explains why he will revive the Tigers in The Analyst.3. Scrums debateShould the match clock stop for scrums? Former international props Ben Alexander and Rocky Clark present their case on either side of the argument.Mind the gap: Alev Kelter, of the USA, makes a break on the sevens circuit (Getty Images)4. Sevens SpecialThe latest on sevens at the Olympics, an exclusive interview with the USA’s Alev Kelter on swapping ice hockey for rugby, and insight from four kingpins of the men’s circuit. TAGS: Highlight 5. Rising Stars of Super RugbyFind out more about Blues No 8 Hoskins Sotutu and Crusaders full-back Will Jordan, who have both been impressing in Super Rugby Aotearoa. Plus, we talk to Crusaders coach Scott Robertson.6. Hard-hitting opinionFormer England scrum-half Kyran Bracken gives his thoughts on all things Premiership – the salary cap, marquee players, relegation…Fijian flair: Semi Radradra on the attack against Wales at RWC 2019 (Getty Images)7. Semi RadradraHe’s wowed fans in league and union, for club and country, and now the Fijian is about to unleash his magic for Bristol Bears in the Premiership. We find out what fans can expect.8. Dave RennieThere is lots of negativity around Australian rugby right now, but the new Wallabies coach hopes to turn that around, as he explains in this exclusive interview.9. Mark Evans on Japan“The Japanese market represents the next big thing for rugby.” The Global Rapid Rugby CEO looks at why Japan is crucial to the game’s future.Youth centre: Action from the Junior National 7s Championship at Panjab University in India (Getty Images)10. Rugby in IndiaRugby is growing fast in India, particularly in rural areas, but the sport has challenges to overcome in the country too. Charles Inglefield brings us a special report. The August 2020 issue contains our biennial countdown of the game’s movers and shakers center_img Plus, there’s all this…Full-back tips from Felix JonesWorld Cup 2021 qualifying updateNational Hero: Japan captain Michael LeitchThe Secret Player on French ownersDowntime with… USA sevens star Perry BakerA kicking rant from ex-Scotland full-back Ian SmithThe August 2020 issue of Rugby World magazine is on sale until 3 August 2020.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALSlast_img read more

O’Neill likely to experiment with team tonight

first_imgThe Derby and Ireland playmaker will sign subject to passing his medical.Hendrick has also been linked to Hull in recent days. Ireland start their World Cup qualification campaign next Monday in Belgrade against Serbia.Kick off this evening is at 7.45Meanwhile, Jeff Hendrick could become a Burnley player today.last_img