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Nov 23, 2007:  "In all likelihood, Graham Henry is set to enjoy his last weekend with the title All Blacks rugby coach." NZPA's Daniel Gilhooly reports from New Zealand
Nov 8, 2007:  "Remember the time when you barely heard the referee during a rugby match, when there was space in midfield, tries galore and games were rarely decided by penalties?" John Taylor reports
Oct 31, 2007:  "Youth is usually considered no substitute for experience -- unless you coach a New Zealand Super 14 rugby side." NZPA's Chris Barclay reports
Oct 24, 2007:  "South Africa faces an anxious wait to see whether the Springbok team that won the World Cup will be kept together or ripped apart." Stephen Nell reports
Oct 9, 2007:  Wayne Barnes has been defended by referees' chief Paddy O'Brien amid fierce criticism of his performance in the quarter-final between France and New Zealand.
Oct 4, 2007:  "It's been fantastic for rugby in terms of seeing the lesser nations grow in stature and become quite competitive." Jonah Lomu talks to scrum.com
Oct 2, 2007:  "Silently everybody knows what they have to do, they live by the fear of losing." Jonah Lomu speaks to scrum.com ahead of the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals.
Sep 27, 2007:  Of course we know who is going to win this World Cup, it's New Zealand at a canter - or is it
Sep 24, 2007:  Coach Graham Henry is wondering the same thing as everyone else at this rugby World Cup
Sep 20, 2007:  You might be surprised to learn what number is running through Doug Howlett's mind in the Murrayfield dressing room before the All Blacks face Scotland this weekend.
Sep 9, 2007:  Former All Black Justin Marshall believes South African tyro Francois Steyn is ready to take on the world and follow in the studmarks of Daniel Carter.
Sep 1, 2007:  New Zealand may be the bookmakers' overwhelming favourites to win the sixth World Cup but three legends of the southern hemisphere rate it a much closer call.
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 Things You Never Knew About The World Cup...
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 facts that you never knew about the William Webb Ellis Cup.
Aug 29, 2007:  "There has never been a more frenzied period of preparation as the northern hemisphere nations try to get up to speed and the southern hemisphere sides try to bring themselves back to the boil" John Taylor reports
Aug 25, 2007:  "The 2007 World Cup is the All Blacks' to lose
Aug 22, 2007:  "France's half-backs epitomise the debate as to whether Laporte is blessed with options or cursed by indecision." Huw Richards reports
Aug 21, 2007:  We are delighted to announce the dawn of an exciting new era for scrum.com and all its fans following the purchase of the site by ESPN.
Aug 17, 2007:  "It has been just four short years since the last World Cup but it has felt more like several lifetimes for the poor put-upon supporters of Scottish rugby who have seen the game suffer while politics continue to dominate the back pages." Iain
Aug 17, 2007:  "Having made it so close to the World Cup without politics threatening to derail their plans, South Africa will be confident of gatecrashing what many think will be New Zealand's party." Stephen Nell reports
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