Stuart Lancaster reveals incessant World Cup regret and keeping the fire lit at Leinster

Stuart Lancaster reveals incessant World Cup regret and keeping the fire lit at Leinster
 

Ahead of a Pro12 clash with Munster which will draw 40,000 to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, he is a man unrecognisable from the haunted figure who walked away from England after their home World Cup crashed and burned 12 months ago.
Four games into his new role with the Irish provincial heavyweights, Lancaster is back doing what he loves, dirtying his hands on the training field as a hands-on coach. The spine is as stiff as ever, the crew cut as severe, but there is a warm smile too.
In an ideal world he would still be steering the national side that he built, but professional sport is not... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 27
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