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    Englands new Rugby League Coach

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    In which Major sport in England do they not have an Australian coach??.....it is very hard to solve isn't it?

    I see that England have now poached one of our top Rugby League coaches in Wayne Bennett.....they realize they will never beat us at this game so they now decided it might work if they take our top coaches ...

    Just to refresh your memories,Australian coaches cover,..Rugby league,Rugby Union,Cricket. Cycling,just to name afew and I know there are several other sports with Aussie coaches.
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    Cool use of the rolleyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennyfishel View Post
    How about trying out this new Quiz??

    In which Major sport in England do they not have an Australian coach??.....it is very hard to solve isn't it?

    I see that England have now poached one of our top Rugby League coaches in Wayne Bennett.....they realize they will never beat us at this game so they now decided it might work if they take our top coaches ...

    Just to refresh your memories,Australian coaches cover,..Rugby league,Rugby Union,Cricket. Cycling,just to name afew and I know there are several other sports with Aussie coaches.
    Rugby League

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    Wait, eh?

    Wayne Bennett isn't not Australian or have I skipped a chapter?


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    Wayne bennett was born in queensland in 1950.

    I see the Sydney Roosters hammered the St helens club 38-12 these matches are getting boring we can't get a bet on with the bookies to back the Aussie sides.
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    Now we hammer the once "great" Wigan ..42-12. However we might notice some improvement in the future with Wayne Bennett coaching the England team.

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    Not unless he brings a few more Jack Reedesque ringers with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Not unless he brings a few more Jack Reedesque ringers with him.
    Dave Taylor and Adam Cuthbertson both want to play apparently. Skilful forwards aren't exactly a weak spot in the squad in the first place though.
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    No, it's backs we're on our uppers for.

    Taylor has played there on occasions though, hasn't he?

    Pretty sure he's a full Origin player too, isn't he? Would he even be eligible?

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    Taylor has actually played for Australia but given there's been a World Cup since then he's essentially free to switch.

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    Yeah? I've given up trying to get League's international eligibility rules.

    Can't be too many (any?) players who've turned out for England/GB and the Kangaroos.

    Still more English than Rangi Chase, anyway.



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