Conor Wilson Roar Rookie

Conor Wilson

Roar Rookie

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Once upon a time I was Jonny Wilkinson knocking over the Drop goal in 2003. Then I woke up. Its all been downhill from there. Rod Macqueen, Joe Schmidt and Will Greenwood are my heroes. And my proudest moment was putting Jason Robinson in for a try at the Samsung school of Rugby. It was truly Beautiful. Writer for the 1014 Rugby, and rare steak enthusiast.

Member Since:
 
September 2016
Based In:
 
Ilford
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How Schmidt beat the All Blacks: What makes a champion coach?

How Schmidt beat the All Blacks: What makes a champion coach?

5 May 2018

When Ireland were being criticised for their patterns of play two years ago, Joe Schmidt stuck with his players and his structured style. Two years later the results of said trust can be seen to be yielding a rich return.

Analysis: Ireland’s looper attack pattern

Analysis: Ireland's looper attack pattern

15 Feb 2018

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt was relieved to pinch a last-gasp win in France, but how will his game plan hold up against other Six Nations rivals?

Analysis: Ireland’s decoy and splitter variants

Analysis: Ireland's decoy and splitter variants

14 Feb 2018

There are many variations to Ireland’s tactic of playing their 3-3-1 pattern.

Eddie Jones coaching points: England vs Scotland

Eddie Jones coaching points: England vs Scotland

14 Feb 2018

Eddie Jones will be happy with aspects of England’s performance against Wales, and regardless of public persona, furious with others.

Analysis: Eddie Jones’ two-prong England attack

Analysis: Eddie Jones' two-prong England attack

10 Feb 2018

As of October 2017, nearly two years into Eddie Jones’ reign at Twickenham, England don’t have an attack coach.

Rod Macqueen: The unintended man behind the English curtain

Rod Macqueen: The unintended man behind the English curtain

8 Feb 2018

With teams that have been at the forefront of their game, we can always go back and see a moment, a point in time where that team did something.