English rugby’s head of medicine has called for “significant changes” in order to address an alarming rise in injury severity.
English rugby’s head of medicine admits the game may face “significant changes” in order to address an alarming rise in injury severity.
Proposals for a revamped English top flight have not even left the drawing board yet, according to Premiership Rugby chairman Ian Ritchie.
Richard Cockerill jokes he’s been banned too often by the RFU to be employed by them as England coach, but he’s dismissive anyway of being on a shortlist drawn up to eventually replace Eddie Jones.
England have refused to rule out an attempt to bring former boss Stuart Lancaster back into their coaching set-up.
English rugby bosses have shut the door on Premiership promotion and relegation being scrapped this season.