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Check out what the rugby world is saying with our Quote Unquote feature.
"Paris isn't better than London, Stade are not better than Wasps, they are just different."
Stade Francais flanker James Haskell refuses to be drawn on his new life in France. September 27, 2009
"That's not what you said when you were crying on my bed after he didn't pick you for the first Test."
Lee Byrne jokes with team-mate Shane Williams after the winger praised Lions coach Ian McGeechan for restoring his faith in the elite tourists. September 23, 2009
"It was like going back to school for the first time."
Springbok Frans Steyn describes his feelings on arrival at his new club Racing Metro in France. September 22, 2009
"That was a thrill I didn't know existed at club level."
Toulon fly-half Jonny Wilkinson reflects on his side's Top 14 victory over Toulouse in front of 60,000 fans at the Stade Velodrome in Marseille. September 21, 2009
"It's got to be a players' team, not a coaches' team."
England Manager Martin Johnson insists his players must take the lead as they build towards Rugby World Cup 2011. September 20, 2009
"I was busy trying to tell him [the referee] that I was waiting for the kicking tee but my pronunciation was marginally out because I was, in fact, telling him that I wanted a cup of tea."
Toulon fly-half Jonny Wilkinson experiences a few issues with the language barrier in France's Top 14. September 16, 2009
"They haven't built any statues for critics or wannabes yet."
All Blacks assistant coach Steve Hansen borrows from former National Football League coach and quotes machine Vince Lombardi to deal with critics of New Zealand's performance at the lineout. September 16, 2009
"We did find something to do in Hamilton, we won the Tri-Nations Cup in Hamilton. That was very pleasing."
Springboks coach Peter de Villiers has the last laugh following his side's Tri-Nations success. September 12, 2009
"He's not a goalkicker, he's a rocket launcher"
South Africa captain passes judgement on his fullback Frans Steyn after his three efforts from beyond half-way helped the Springboks beat the All Blacks in Hamilton. September 13, 2009
"Minutes later they arrested me, we were walking to the car and I corrected myself - I was Lesley Vainikolo."
Gloucester and England winger Lesley Vainikolo recalls a brush with the law where he originally claimed to be his friend and Bath player Shontayne Hape. September 10, 2009
"The officials were so happy when decisions went against us on the day."
South Africa coach Peter de Villiers hints at a conspiracy theory after his side are beaten by Australia in the Tri-Nations. September 8, 2009
"Spend too much time looking in the rear-view mirror and you are going to crash."
Former Ireland coach and now USA Eagles boss Eddie O'Sullivan is fully focused on the future. September 6, 2009
"The intensity just wasn't quite what it should have been; I'm not sure why."
Springboks captain John Smit is left struggling for answers following his side's Tri-Nations defeat at the hands of Australia in Brisbane. September 5, 2009
"No team wins a game because of a two-minute speech a day before a Test."
Western Force chief executive Vern Reid defends the decision to allow coach John Mitchell hand out the Springbok jerseys ahead of their clash with the Wallabies in Perth. September 1, 2009