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Dec 31, 2009:  "You hear about Sir Alex Ferguson's famous rants and see coaches in all sports losing their cool but never McGeechan." John Taylor writes
2009 - The year in review
Dec 24, 2009:  "Rugby union has hit the heights and plumbed the depths with alarming regularity in the last 12 months," Graham Jenkins reviews the year
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Dec 5, 2009:  "The changes in the physical side of the game go beyond the bruising yet crowd-pleasing increase in collisions." Graham Jenkins writes
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Sep 23, 2009:  "Johnson was never as mono-syllabic as people liked to paint him in his early days as a captain but now he exudes assurance." John Taylor writes
British & Irish Lions
Jul 15, 2009:  "Sixty-six might be too old for a coach - his words not mine - but as a candidate for manager he will be in his prime." John Taylor writes
British & Irish Lions
Jul 8, 2009:  "Supporters are loyal and devoted but they are not fools." John Taylor writes
Comment
Jul 7, 2009:  "McGeechan was spared the media's vitriol for some significant mistakes that led to his side's downfall." Stephen Nell writes
Ask John
Jul 6, 2009:  Lions' last Test rescues, tallest scrum-halves, 100% scoring contributions and Johnno & Sir Clive - John Griffiths answers your questions
British & Irish Lions
Jul 5, 2009:  As the British & Irish Lions prepare to head home from South Africa, we take a look back at the matches that shaped a fascinating contest between the tourists and the victorious Springboks
British & Irish Lions
Jul 5, 2009:  The 2009 British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa produced a feast of top-class action that will live long in the memory of some while others will be happy to forget it altogether
British & Irish Lions
Jul 5, 2009:  "The British & Irish Lions' tour of South Africa may well have been blighted by inflated ticket prices but their can be no doubt that the epic Test series provided value for money." Graham Jenkins writes
British & Irish Lions
Jul 4, 2009:  Here's our verdict on the British & Irish Lions squad that came together to take part in a memorable tour of South Africa
Scrum Sevens
Jul 1, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven, we take a look back at some of the players who have left it late to make an impact in Test rugby
Comment
Jun 28, 2009:  "Both sports have tried to nurture a more representative audience but they are battling decades of tradition." Graham Jenkins writes
2001
Jun 26, 2009:  "In the previous 66 series, only eight teams have come back to win the series after conceding the first defeat." Huw Richards writes
Comment
Jun 25, 2009:  "I know where he was coming from but, with the best will in the world; it is nonsense to say they 'played very well.'" John Taylor writes
South African Rugby
Jun 24, 2009:  "Rugby has long been used as a force for good." Graham Jenkins visits the Viking Rugby Academy on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast
Ask John
Jun 22, 2009:  Olympic rugby, Welshmen heading north to rugby league and the most tries by a Lions in a Test match - John Griffiths answers your questions
South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 19, 2009:  "Jim Telfer's speech to the Lions' forwards on the eve of the first Test in 1997 has long been a required text for British & Irish rugby players" Graham Jenkins writes
The East Terrace
Jun 19, 2009:  "South Africa's preparations for the upcoming Test series against the British & Irish Lions have been dramatically thrown into chaos." James Stafford writes
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