Rugby: Ominous signs for Deans

Rugby: Ominous signs for Deans

Rugby : United Kingdom | Oct 20, 2012 at 1:44 PM PDT
Source: New Zealand Herald
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Sunday Oct 21, 2012 For five years Robbie Deans and John O'Neill stayed afloat in the choppy political waters of Australian rugby. The one-time schoolteacher and former merchant banker spluttered a fair amount but managed to ward off all sorts of questions about their tenure. FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Herald
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Nathan Sharpe was enticed into staying for the inaugural Rugby Championship after injuries sidelined James Horwill
Nathan Sharpe was enticed into staying for the inaugural Rugby Championship after injuries sidelined James Horwill
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