Posts Tagged ‘andy robinson’
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By Alan Dymock
The Auld Enemy came and an old problem reared its ugly head. Scotland had a huge amount of possession but could not convert that into points.
The official stats tell us Scotland should have won the game. England missed 16 tackles and made only 72 passes. They had a committed defence, yet looked unlikely to build a try through…
Posted 502 days ago
By Bea Asprey, Rugby World Writer
Stuart Lancaster’s fresh-faced England side will attempt to beat Scotland at Murrayfield for the first time since 2004 on Saturday, but although the visitors beat their hosts twice in 2011, they will have their work cut out for them if they are to overcome this fired up Scottish side. The Scots have a horrible habit…
Posted 869 days ago
Scotland head coach Andy Robinson has today challenged his team to demonstrate they can build on their progress in 2010 when they open their RBS 6 Nations Championship campaign against France in Paris on Saturday.
Robinson has made three changes in personnel and two further positional switches from the team that started Scotland’s last match – the success against Samoa in…
Posted 936 days ago
My Gym, My Rules!
Follow these simple gym rules to be a better player
1. Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance – Making sure you are adequately fuelled and hydrated should be started at the very least the day before you train not in the car on the… way to the gym! See how Danny Care prepares here. Make sure you have eaten…