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French Rugby
Jan 20, 2009:  The prospect of this year's Heineken Cup quarter-finals devoid of any French sides is a blow to Marc Lièvremont's Six Nations ambitions and a damning indictment of the huge problems that he faces from within French rugby, writes Ian Moriarty
Comment
Jan 19, 2009:  South Africa may just have the power to wrest the initiative from New Zealand in this year's Super 14 competition
Ask John
Jan 19, 2009:  Welcome to our new Q&A feature where renowned rugby historian John Griffiths will answer any rugby-related query you have!
Comment
Jan 14, 2009:  What can Martin Johnson do to transform a talented group of players into a winning team? John Taylor writes
Scottish Rugby
Jan 13, 2009:  What do you do with a player like Chris Paterson? Iain Morrison debates the pros and cons for Scotland's most capped player going into the Six Nations
Comment
Jan 12, 2009:  The dawn of a new year is traditionally the time to purge yourself of a bad habit or two and England manager Martin Johnson may well be amongst the masses embarking on a painful but all too necessary detox
Comment
Jan 11, 2009:  The dawning of a new year is not only a time for resolutions but also predictions so while considering how to counter the excesses of the festive period check out our picks for 2009
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Jan 9, 2009:  "There is nothing quite like a shockingly early death to perpetuate a memory. But there is more than that to Du Manoir's consecration as French rugby's official saint." Huw Richards writes
Comment
Jan 5, 2009:  "Deans still has work to do, not least sorting out the frustrating inconsistency that plagues the team, particularly the senior players." Keiran Smith writes
The East Terrace
Jan 2, 2009:  More than a quarter of a century after his last match for his country, former England and Lions skipper Bill Beaumont has shocked the rugby world by making himself available for the 2009 Six Nations campaign
Comment
Jan 1, 2009:  "We must take radical action to eliminate the current scourge of rugby, that terrible debilitating habit - Aerial Ping-Pong." John Taylor takes a stand
International Rugby
Dec 30, 2008:  As the curtain falls on another action-packed 12 months of top-class rugby we select our team of the year
English Rugby
Dec 29, 2008:  "What we need from the RFU and PRL is clarification very soon on who can and cannot take part in the 2009 Six Nations." Julian Davidson writes
Comment
Dec 29, 2008:  "What Rugby World Cup in 2011 will offer is a tournament and an experience built from the cultural and rugby grassroots." Huw Turner writes
Irish Rugby
Dec 23, 2008:  A reflective glance at the state of Irish rugby and you would have to say that the powers-that-be should be pleased with what they have seen so far this season
Rugby Review 2008
Dec 22, 2008:  With two Grand Slams, a host of thrilling finals and an unhealthy dose of controversy - it is safe to say that 2008 will go down in the history books as a memorable year for the sport
Comment
Dec 22, 2008:  "Saru may have reviewed the 2008 season positively, but question marks remain behind De Villiers's acumen when South Africa are confronted with quality opponents." Stephen Nell writes
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Dec 19, 2008:  "Constant law changes are what goes with rugby's complexity - an unending attempt to ensure that the game's delicately-balanced machinery does not clog up." Huw Richards writes
World Rugby
Dec 18, 2008:  As the credit crunch continues to bite there is growing concern that rugby is on the brink of a financial crisis. Graham Jenkins investigates.
Comment
Dec 17, 2008:  "This year will certainly go down as a year to remember in Wales and Munster, perhaps even in New Zealand, but in the rest of the rugby world it is probably a year best forgotten." John Taylor writes
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