Newcastle & Borussia Dortmund talks about £ 25m loan-to-buy deal for striker Paco Alcacer while Steve Bruce tries to pick up big coup in January & # 39;
- Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has made a move for the international international of Spain
- Alcacer wanted a new start after the fall of the pecking order in Dortmund
- Newcastle is willing to discuss a permanent £ 25 million transfer in the summer
Newcastle hopes for a coup by beating Valencia for the signing of Borussia Dortmund striker Paco Alcacer.
Boss Steve Bruce has made a move for the international Spain who is told he can go on loan in January
Newcastle is hopeful that they can convince Alcacer to to participate because he wants to play to increase his chances of increasing the team for the Euro 2020 final.
The 26-year-old, who was with Barcelona before joining Dortmund, wants a new start after falling into the pecking order on the German side
Alcacer was an unused sub because new signing Erling Haaland scored twice in Dortmund's 5-1 win against Cologne on Friday night.
He is also wanted by his former club Valencia, where he played from 2011 to 2016.
Napoli fans cause chaos outside the hotel's Juventus players because they want to give former manager Maurizio Sarri a sleepless night for Series A collision
- Napoli fans gather outside Juventus & hotel for their Sunday match
- Cristiano Ronaldo and Co stay at the luxurious Parker Hotel in Naples
- Fans shout abuse against the Juve players and causing chaos on the roads
- Maurizio Sarri is back in Naples for the first time on Sunday as Juventus boss
Maurizio Sarri's team stays at the luxurious Parker Hotel in Naples, their preferred choice for accommodation while traveling to pay for their domestic rivals in recent years.
But Napoli fans are doing everything they can to upset Cristiano Ronaldo and Co, they & # 39; thieves & # 39; and to tell Juventus to go back to Turin & # 39; & # 39 ;.
Bus drivers would struggle with navigating through the crowd for fear of hitting someone.
Fans have stopped the area around the hotel with traffic that cannot pass. Fortunately there have been no injuries at present but a bus came dangerously close to causing an accident while trying to avoid the fans.
Police and hotel security are struggling to contain Napoli fans, who desperately want Juve to go through a sleepless night before Sunday's game.
Juventus players have reserved the same floor and even the same rooms as their previous victory trips to Napoli.
Striker Gonzalo Higuain chose his usual room with a beautiful sea view.
It is the first time that Sarri returns to Naples as a Juventus manager. He left for Chelsea in the summer of 2018, but is now back as the boss of his former team's closest domestic rivals.
Juventus is four points ahead of the second placed Inter Milan while Napoli is on the 13th after a sad start to the season.
& # 39; He has defeated Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson and all those boy records … even if I hate this guy, I must respect that & # 39 ;: Tyson Fury full of admiration for Deontay Wilder as a heavyweight duo face for huge rematch in Las Vegas
- Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder came head-to-head in a press conference
- The heavyweight duo will have them very expected rematch next month
- Fury and Wilder will turn off in Las Vegas after their first fight was a draw
- The Gypsy King was full of respect for his opponent and his success so far
Tyson Fury insisted has great respect for Deontay Wilder prior to their long-awaited heavyweight rematch on February 22.
The pair will compete against Las Vegas & MGM Grand Garden Arena, 14 months after their controversial opening match, where the match was drawn.
In an impasse just before the start of the press conference, it was Deontay Wilder who first broke the eye before a light-hearted press conference between the two heavyweights.
Fury – reported by Fox Sports – said: & # 39; to a man here w ho has eliminated 43 opponents in a row, now even if I hate this guy, I have to respect that – that's great.
& # 39; I have never met anyone who knocked everyone out out beat what they all fought against. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; Deontay has amazing power and whatever it is, verbal beats or whatever, you should always respect him
& # 39; He is 10 defenses, defeated Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson and the records of all these guys defending the belt and he has done a fantastic job here in the United States, holding his title and regularly defending it, so congratulations to the man.
& # 39; I have nothing – I can & # 39; take nothing from him. He is a big puncher and he gets the job done. & # 39;
In the first fight, the British hunter WBC heavyweight champion Wilder, despite suffering two knockdowns, because the match ended in a draw.
Fury insisted that he had something that Wilder did not have, despite the powerful blow of the American, he said: “The statistics don't lie, he is a much bigger puncher than me, (a) knockout artist with a hit.
& # 39; That's what he does, but I don't believe anyone can match me with heart and determination.
& # 39; I will put my iron will on Deontay Wilder and we will see.
& # 39; Listen, it can only go two ways unless we get another draw that he doesn't want and I don't want.
& # 39; He wins or I win, but I & # 39; m not afraid to go el mono-el mono with the biggest puncher on the planet, the biggest puncher of heavyweight boxing. When I knock him out it will look great to me. & # 39;
Wilder opted for a different approach to the press conference and rejected Fury's linear championship and insisted on beating the 6ft 9in boxer.
He said: & I am probably the biggest puncher in boxing history, so that would naturally play in my game plan … when you come forward, you give me all the momentum I need to to land a shot. & # 39;
When asked whether Fury has the power to take him out, the 34-year-old said: & I did not do that. I still think Tyson had a pillow as a fist, but he is a handy fighter. But you can't have everything, people say I don't have skills, but I have the fist.
& # 39; That was what I felt at the time (kissing like a fist).
"It is an adrenaline rush in the ring, we are all brave warriors, we are all gladiators and that is what we become to fight and give you the best show of your life."
Wolves approaching £ 19m catch of Olympiakos winger Daniel Podence and continue to talk about Nelson Oliveira
- The Portuguese winger comes to a medical doctor at Wolves this week
- The clubs agreed terms for Podence and a four and a half year contract
- Discussions continue on Nelson Oliveira after AEK Athens was rejected at £ 6 million bids
Wolves expect to confirm the arrival of winger Daniel Podence from Olympiakos this week for around £ 19 million.
The Portuguese winger comes to a medical department after the clubs have agreed the conditions and a contract of four and a half years. ]
Wolves also negotiate with AEK Athens for Nelson Oliveira, although their last bid of £ 6 million was rejected.
The Portuguese publication The Game claimed that Podence was on its way to Wolves for a medical lead on a deal for the club.
They report that the 24-year-old will sign an agreement of four and a half years with Molineux.
Podence and Oliveira have been named in the Olympiakos and AEK Athens squadrons prior to the two Greek teams that meet on Sunday.
Tottenham & # 39; earns a huge £ 10 million compensation if Mauricio Pochettino takes on a different job before the end of this season & # 39; like Bayern Munich and Man United circle the Argentinian
Tottenham will be a huge windfall of £ 10 million countries as Mauritius Pochettino lands another job before the end of the season.
Barcelona allegedly considered Pochettino before appointing Quique Setien as their new head coach, but his ties with rivals Espanyol means a move to the Nou Camp remains unlikely.
Tottenham will land on £ 10m windfall if Mauricio Pochettino lands another job this season
Pochettino hinted that he is in favor of switching to the Premier League of LaLiga when he returns to management
According to The Mirror Tottenham would be entitled to a fee of up to £ 10 million if their former manager, who left in November, got a job before the end of the season.
The report claims that the 47-year-old & # 39; has strong support in the Manchester United & # 39; amid suggestions that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be fired if the club does not qualify for the Champions League next season.
Pochettino, who also led Espanyol and Southampton, helped establish Tottenham as a top four club during his reign.
& # 39; If he had dropped me, I would never have experienced it & # 39 ;: David Meyler on THAT headbutt incident with Alan Pardew, call the police that he thought it was a joke and how ex -Newcastle boss ignored him when they came face to face again
David Meyler has finally spoken about his infamous headbutt moment with Alan Pardew, when he faced the former Newcastle manager as a Hull City player in 2014.
Tensions bubbled over during the game, when things got to the sidelines after Pardew decided to take the ball after keeping it bobbed for a throw-in.
With Hull trailing badly in the game, defender Meyler had hurried to the sidelines before pushing Pardew away from the ball to speed up the game.
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Pardew taking a few unstable steps back, who immediately became furious , completely lost his temper and decided to take on the player.
With Meyler, the experienced Premier League boss surprises a surprise, from which a massive fight would unfold.
When asked to talk about what caused the incident, Meyler offered his version of events while appearing as a guest fund on BT Sport & # 39; s FA Cup coverage.
& # 39; I just got said something to him, a sign gesture, and then he used an explicit language. I referred to him as a & # 39; soft, southern something & # 39 ;, & # 39; said Meyler.
& # 39; People say & # 39; he has stopped you & # 39; but I wouldn't say it was a disappointment. He strokes his head a bit against me. I don't know what Alan Pardew was at the time, 56, 57, but if he had dropped me I would never have experienced it. & # 39;
Meyler, who announced his retirement in football last August, further explained how he mistakenly believed his teammates had seized the opportunity to make it all a big joke.
& # 39; Many people ask if he apologized or anything funny enough the next day I was home and my phone rang. We had some jokers in our team at the time, so I thought it was a liquidation, Robert Snodgrass would have been a good example.
& # 39; I answered and they said: & # 39; David, this is Chief Inspector … & # 39; So I said & # 39; yes good & # 39; and hung up the phone. He called back, I hung up again, and then the Hull president called me and said: & David, this is actually the police. Do you want to print cartoons? & # 39;
& I just thought it was a complete finish. Of course I said no. I wasn't going to press cartoons against him, but still.
& # 39; We played Crystal Palace after he (Pardew) left Newcastle and at Palace there is a short tunnel and I remember walking past him and I grabbed his hand, didn't let it release for a good five or six seconds, but he never acknowledged it.
& # 39; I didn't want to apologize, but I just wanted him to acknowledge that he had made a mistake. I don't need him to say sorry to me, "added Meyler.
After a Premier League panel analyzed the incident, Pardew was hit with a ban on seven games and a fine of £ 60,000 imposed for his behavior.]
An independent FA committee ruled at the time that the first three games imposed would be a complete stadium ban and the remaining four a ban on the sidelines.
In the aftermath, Pardew told the official Newcastle website : & # 39; As I made clear, I deeply regret the incident and once again I apologize to all parties for my behavior, which I understand was not acceptable. & # 39;
Atalanta beats SEVEN beyond Torino in Serie A as hat-trick hero Josip Ilicic scores blast from the center line when home fans leave early to protest with players tearing & # 39; in tears & # 39; lagging behind humiliating showing
- Josip Ilic scored a hat trick when Atalanta brought the sword into battle on Saturday night
- One of Ilic & # 39; s efforts was an incredible free kick from the center line
- Torino supporters left the ground early in their thousands after shocking showing
Josip Ilic scored a hat trick – including a free kick from half the line – while Atalanta hit Torino 7-0 on Saturday-evening to allegedly leave the home players in tears after the game.
Atalanta was fifth in the game, 11 points clear of the 10th placed Torino, but there was an alarming quality gap between the sides from the kick-off.
Goals of Ilic and Robin Gozens made it 2-0 before Duvan Zapata added a third just after the break.
But it was an incredible free kick from Ilic that broke the hearts of Turin and opened the locks.
The Slovenian boomed an attempt from almost the center line, which will certainly be a contender for the goal of the season.
Home supporters started to leave the ground with thousands and Atalanta took full advantage of the growing disillusion by adding three more goals.
In August Neil Danns stood outside Gigg Lane, umbrella in his hand, and not only encouraged the throbbing rain, but whatever questions the Bury supporters had for the captain of their club about its future.
The answers came to the fore of what they had all been afraid of, with the Shakers expelled from the Football League days later. Danns knew, just like everyone else, from the players to the kitman, that he would have to look for another job.
& # 39; I honestly didn't do it & # 39; Don't think it would ever happen, "he told Sportsmail . & # 39; But if you play the game for so long, you'll learn that you never know. Things are changing for better or worse and luckily for me it has changed in a good way. & # 39;
Danns knows he was one of the lucky ones. He is now 37, more than 12 years since he last appeared in the Premier League for Birmingham in a career that has brought him to Crystal Palace, Bolton and Leicester City.
He was on his way to international service at Guyana when he received a call from Tranmere asking if he would like to meet manager Micky Mellon.
& I was immediately enthusiastic & # 39 ;, says Danns. & # 39; As a Merseyside boy, I had always grown up with a view to Tranmere, one of the local clubs. I always felt that I would end up there someday. & # 39;
Danns has 19 appearances for Rovers this season, the last time when Tranmere eliminated the Premier League-side Watford in their re-arranged repeat in Prenton Park, rescheduled for a field full of water, 3- 0 came to take a draw in the first meeting.
United comes to town on Sunday and the opportunity is up. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under increasing pressure, the United fans have engaged the owners. Has there ever been a better time to cope with them, especially on Tranmere & # 39; s own pitch? Solskjaer has told his players to expect divots.
& # 39; Everyone buzzes & # 39 ;, says Danns. & # 39; You can already feel the excitement. It is such a huge game and we are really looking forward to it. & # 39;
& Everyone who participates in the game and does not believe we have a chance has the wrong attitude. We are realistic, we know that it is a big question.
& # 39; Regardless of whether they are struggling, they have talent. They only struggle by their standard. We cannot precede ourselves.
& # 39; They are still fifth in the Premier League, which is no easy feat. Struggling for Manchester United is different than struggling for a lower division. & # 39;
Tranmere wrestles herself, in the relegation zone of League One that has achieved successive promotions, but Danns believes the FA Cup has given the club the belief that it can & # 39; really try & # 39; in the second half of the season – and there is still the belief that the Cup trip can continue.
& # 39; We know that in one-off games anything can happen. You must have that faith. But we also have to enjoy, especially when you think where the club comes from. & # 39;
There is also a personal side to the band for Danns. As a lifelong fan of Liverpool, where his son Jayden is also part of the academy, it is always nice to beat United. But above all, he knows that the time he has left on the field, at 37, will not last forever.
Danns loves his music and has studied audio engineering and production at a school in Manchester for the past three years. He is passionate about writing songs and will continue his career as soon as he withdraws from football. He also plans to release a charity issue with his eight-year-old daughter Hayla-Essen to raise money for underprivileged children.
& # 39; For my own football career, I am standing on that slope where I have not yet been for many years & # 39 ;, he says. & # 39; I will record it year after year and at the moment I play regularly and perform decent performances.
& # 39; But I have the opportunity to play live on television against Manchester United in the FA Cup at the age of 37. I have to enjoy it. I will soak every moment. & # 39;
Pep Guardiola reveals that Manchester City has begun worldwide to search for the next Sergio Aguero after he & # 39; numbers & # 39; and & # 39; odor of a target & # 39; of the striker has received
- Pep Guardiola says that Sergio Aguero will be almost impossible to replace
- Aguero has scored 21 goals this season in all games in this season
- The attacker is expected to leave City on a free transfer at the end of next season
Pep Guardiola has recognized that Sergio Aguero is the hardest of Titans from Manchester City to be replaced when the 31-year-old Argentinian leaves the Etihad.
According to City, no center half was bought after skipper Vincent Kompany has left and wants midfielder Phil Foden to succeed David Silva in his own country, the worldwide search for a new Aguero has already begun to supplement the various skills of Gabriel Jesus .
& # 39; It is a completely different approach to pointers compared to David and the others & # 39 ;, Guardiola admitted. & # 39; Strikers are numbers. Strikers is a scent of a purpose. It is not easy to find it and I think that all major clubs need this kind of boy. If Sergio is fit and happy, he can do anything.
& # 39; We have a section here to watch new talented players in different countries. People talk to me about players and show highlights, but I don't have time to look in depth at specific skills. & # 39;
Aguero signed for City at Atletico Madrid in 2011 and later became the club's record record scorer with 252. He is expected to leave when his contract expires at the end of the next season with David Beckham & # 39 ; s new MLS franchise in Miami among those interested to sign him.
Guardiola i s happy with his £ 27 million Brazilian striker Jesus who brings a work pace and en gy to the team. But Aguero's ability for purpose brings another dimension to the game of City. On Bramall Lane on Tuesday night, he was introduced after 67 minutes with the game still 0-0, and scored the winner.
& # 39; Gabriel has incredible statistics for goals and assists, too. We are lucky to have both of them and recently they did well together, & Guardiola added. & # 39;
City is the current FA Cup holder and their team strength means that Guardiola can name two different but equally good line-ups for Fulham from Scott Parker and then the semi-final of the Carabao Cup against Manchester United on Wednesday.
& # 39; I am a man who is doing well to keep everyone involved, & # 39; said the City boss who also has a huge Champions League draw against Real Madrid next month.
Although City remains 16 points behind in the Premier League of Liverpool, Guardiola is impressed by the way on which his players continued despite the fact that the title is beyond them.
City is undefeated in seven games in all competitions and Guardiola says: & # 39; I have known for two years that the mentality of my team is incredible. Other teams might drop out if they know they can't be the first, but we can't.
& # 39; Liverpool clearly becomes Premier League champion. It is phenomenal what they have done. Overwhelming. In the past, Leicester and Chelsea have won the competition and were not eligible for the Champions League. But we still achieved decent results, even though we cannot repeat the title.
& # 39; With our points total we would fight for the competition in Spain, Italy, Germany. The mentality of this team is frankly one of the best I have dealt with in my career. How they respond to bad moments, that's why I'm so proud. & # 39;
I have to admit that I shook my head earlier this week when Eddie Jones started to talk about making England the largest rugby team ever.
Grandiose statements such as those looking to a golden future can impress some of the RFU and, dare I say, many journalists and the casual fan, but for me the job of England's head coach is all about the next 80 minutes – France in Paris. Nothing else, and I mean nothing else, should be in someone's mind.
Care for the cents and the pounds will take care of themselves, as the saying goes.
England can ever be the best team in the world again, even the best rugby team ever, but what difference does it make? And it will only happen by focusing on the next game. England is about today and not tomorrow.
I have often seen this blue sky thinking and planning for the future and was guilty of it myself then as an international coach of newbies, and it is just an unconscious defense mechanism to buy more for yourself team. Jones is not a rookie coach.
It went wrong for England on RWC2015 when a few months before the tournament head coach Stuart Lancaster and RFU director of rugby Rob Andrew suddenly started talking about the potential of the side for RWC2019 and that England might not at its best, may not have the right age profile until Japan – despite four years of preparation.
It was a ridiculous explanation – it showed their inexperience at this level – and England paid a very heavy price for such flawed thinking.
SIR CLIVE & SIX TO LOOK
Stuart Hogg (Scotland): I would choose Finn Russell for his deportation from the team earlier this week, but the other stunner in the back of Scotland is the full-back of Exeter who has twice been named player of the tournament. Sublime hands, a nice series of steps and a good repertoire of drinks ahead. Howitzer boots for long penalties if needed.
Virimi Vakatawa (France): Large, very strong and fast when he needs to be, Vakatawa comes from Fiji, but moved to France ten years ago and decided to make his future there. Initially a talented but whimsical sevens player, he has wedged himself in and is perhaps the form center in Europe. Virimi v Manu will be a match-up.
Maro Itoje (England): Seems to have been around for a while but has not turned 25 long with his best years for him – and this is someone who has already been a star in a Lions series in New Zealand and at a World Cup. Great athlete, smart forward, will increasingly become a leader for England. Feel that he has to stamp his undisputed leadership qualities with this group on and off the field.
Justin Tipuric (Wales): Phenomenal flanker whose brilliance was sometimes overlooked, such as Sam Warburton and Taulupe Faletau in the Welsh rear row. So fast and good with the ball in his hand that he could no doubt play Test rugby in the middle. Would encounter any Six Nations team despite all the brilliant flankers that can be seen today.
James Ryan (Ireland): The new locks are similar to Itoje. Tall but slim and athletic, Ryan is an excellent line-out operator and a wonderful worker around the park with his carrier bags and tackles. Spiritually very heavy, at the age of 23 he is already one of the best locks in the world.
Jake Polledri (Italy): Not the biggest but slender and powerful and almost unstoppable as a ball carrier, he sometimes defied faith and it may take three or four to put him down to get. Italy must find a way to involve Polledri as much as possible. He can get them under control.
The problem with such long-term thinking is that players begin to believe that they have four years to prove themselves, that they are part of the furniture and are an integral part of England's long-term plans, while actually having to be on the team when they pull the white jersey.
Coaches as well. I want to see a much hungry attitude everywhere.
A loss against France and the Grand Slam is gone, another poor Six Nations that can all be gone.
That is the attitude all involved must adopt and enjoy. England and the English mentality excel when they are written off in a corner and fight for their lives. Especially the English are not good when we start to smell the roses.
England has to concentrate 100% on the next game, because they get a miserably bad non-execution in the World Cup Final and many questions to answer. In fact, that game is a good example of the point I am trying to make.
England was dragged heavily after defeating New Zealand so impressively that they forgot that it was worthless unless they followed it seven days later in the final.
They started to smell the roses, seemed to lose concentration and were poorly distracted in that crucial week. Eddie made a few selection errors and suddenly England gave its worst performance in years, just as bad as any game in 2015. That happens if you let your mind wander.
They were 35 minutes late for the game and looked exactly the opposite of a high-performance team at their peak. A week is long in rugby, let alone four years. & # 39; You are only as good as your last game & # 39; has never been more relevant to this English team.
Those lessons must support their approach to the French game where I make favorites of France.
They will have a strong scrum, an excellent line-out and their back row is very fast and active in the event of bad luck. That's enough to deal with before we even consider Antoine Dupont – probably & # 39; the world's best scrum half – and his half-back partner Romain Ntmack who is ready to storm the rugby stage.
England has to join their strong scrummaging pack, which means there is an argument to start Joe Marler for Mako Vunipola, although Mako looks back on full fitness.
Luke Cowan-Dickie is on fire and may be a stronger scrummager than Jamie George, so there is also an argument to start with him and ask George to use his pace and dynamics of the bank. Harry Williams is by far the best in England and has to start. Unbelievable that he was not in Japan.
Kyle Sinckler and Ellis Genge should always be included in the comparison. They are fantastic players, but there will be games when the need for absolute maximum scrummaging power means that they might not start.
In the second row, England needs the power and line-out of George Cross alongside Maro Itoje, with Courtney Lawes offering the banking option. Regarding the back row, I see the absence of Billy Vunipola as an opportunity for Ben Earl on No8.
I would start with the Kamikaze Kids, Tom Curry and Sam Underhill, but I have seen that Eddie is considering introducing a more traditional six and a stronger carrying option, perhaps moving Itoje or Lawes to six. I don't recommend it, these are specialist positions and Maro out of six didn't really work in the past.
SIR CLIVE & SIX TO SURPRISE
Louis Rees-Zammit (Gloucester and Wales): Born and raised in Wales, but Hartpury College and Gloucester have contributed to the development of this brilliant 19-year-old speedster. Serious wheels but much more, some nice off-loads to admire and mature after his years.
Ben Earl (Saracens and England): Athletic powerhouse back-rower from the same England U20 team as the Currys. That must have been a line-up. This season really stepped on the board when the World Cup stars of Saracens were gone. With Billy Vunipola injured again it could get considerable playing time.
Alexandre Fischer (Clermont and France): Was a new name for me until I saw him for Clermont in the European Cup against Ulster and Quins when he was absolutely in control of the division and four or five sales per game. It was like seeing David Pocock at its peak. Great body positions, could be an important find.
Ollie Thorley (Gloucester and England): A good old-fashioned eye-catcher, gas wing that does everything at 100 km / h and keeps its opposite number honest. Relax a second when you mark it and it will make you pay. Seldom says an impact in a game. Will keep Jonny May and Anthony Watson sharp
Caelan Doris (Leinster and Ireland): Rangy young back-rower who has been the highlight of the U20 in the past two seasons. In his first year or so he made a big impression in the powerful line-up of Leinster together with another brilliant prospect in Max Deegan, who also has Ireland in their team.
Giovanni Pettinelli (Benetton and Italy): Italy is not suffering from a lack of quality rowers and they have discovered another promising player in Pettinelli, who impressed me during their European cup competitions. Very good at the breakdown, perhaps the only major weakness in the Italian back row. He could shine if he got a run.
Regarding the backs, especially for this competition, I would like Owen Farrell back at ten o'clock. It was hard for Eddie to choose George Ford on No10 as crucial in the World Cup final defeat – because it was essentially Eddie's fault – but there is some truth to his observation. England currently needs Farrell at ten o'clock.
The back three of Elliot Daly, Jonny May and Anthony Watson is probably safe, although Ollie Thorley will hit the wing hard and it is a pity that Joe Cokanasiga was wounded
Midfield is another cause for concern when Henry Slade gets injured and, in my team at least, Farrell going to ten. The candidates seem to be Jonathan Joseph who looks good, Manu Tuilagi who has not broken trees since Japan, Ollie Devotee who does well for Exeter and Fraser Dingwall in Saints.
The most important thing is to start defeating France – scrums, lineouts and restart. They are the here and now. Frankly, it's not the best team ever.