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Apr 18, 2008:  "Martin Johnson has vowed he will give it his "absolute best" on a high-profile return to the sport as England team manager." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Apr 18, 2008:  "There was nothing Churchillian about Martin Johnson's first press conference as England rugby team manager." PA Sport's Frank Malley reports
Apr 17, 2008:  "Ashton being offered the national academy job after 22 Tests in charge of England is like Francis Baron being brushed aside and encouraged to become the RFU's new janitor." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Apr 17, 2008:  "Results from the autopsy of New Zealand's rugby World Cup failure are in at last
Apr 16, 2008:  "Brian Ashton's reign as England head coach is over, and the Rugby Football Union should hang its head in shame." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Apr 16, 2008:  World Cup winning skipper Martin Johnson has been confirmed as England's new Team Manager.
Apr 15, 2008:  Brian Ashton will discover exactly what future - if any - he has as England's head coach when Rob Andrew fronts a specially-convened management board meeting at Twickenham on Wednesday.
Apr 15, 2008:  "Johnson won some epic battles during a magnificent career, but his toughest opponent looms large - the Rugby Football Union." PA's Andrew Baldock writes
Apr 15, 2008:  "The northern hemisphere is waking up to the implications of the new ELVs and, and if you believe the reports, the IRB is masterminding a campaign to force their introduction in Europe." John Taylor writes
Apr 14, 2008:  Rob Andrew is set to confirm who he wants as England's new team manager when he fronts a specially-convened management board meeting at Twickenham on Wednesday.
Apr 13, 2008:  There was no change at the top of the Super 14 rugby standings after the ninth round this weekend, but below the Crusaders and the Sharks, the complexion of the table changed dramatically for the New Zealand sides.
Apr 10, 2008:  "Given the RFU's penchant for the odd review or six, then why not have another one
Apr 10, 2008:  Details of the British and Irish Lions' 10-match South Africa tour next year have been confirmed.
Apr 6, 2008:  "Munster v Toulouse may be the consensus tip for the final now, but it is certainly no foregone conclusion
Apr 6, 2008:  A potpourri of performances from New Zealand teams in round eight of rugby's Super 14 has left three teams sitting in the top four and another fuming not to be there.
Apr 5, 2008:  Scrum's New Zealand correspondent Huw Turner identifies some fundamental problems in New Zealand rugby in his Super 14 mid-season review
Apr 4, 2008:  England's World Cup winning skipper Martin Johnson has reportedly agreed to become the team's new manager.
Apr 3, 2008:  "Now Perpignan might well boast Percy 'Pretty Boy' Montgomery as their star player and ace goalkicker, but everything else about the uncompromising French side is, how shall we put it, pug-ugly." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Apr 3, 2008:  "The Stormers may well be the dark horse in the competition
Apr 2, 2008:  "A feeling of anxiety surrounds Australian rugby as the Super 14 reaches the half way mark and no team looks like making the final four." Rollo Manning writes
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