Rugby world has lost a colossus with Anthony Foley, says former Scotland captain Andy Nicol 



Some news just stops you in your tracks and knocks the stuffing out of you. That was what happened to me when I heard the news that Anthony Foley had died on Sunday. It didn’t make sense, it couldn’t be real but, as we know, it is all too real.
He was in Paris to coach his beloved Munster against Racing 92 in the Champions Cup but a suspected heart attack meant he didn’t wake up on Sunday morning. 
The scenes at the Racing 92 ground of Munster fans congregating at the gates, when the news had filtered out and the game had been postponed as a mark of respect, and then singing an emotionally... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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