A cross-Premiership move we exclusively revealed on March 15
1. A multi-lingual world I get embarrassed by my inability to speak the local language whenever I visit countries like France or Italy and end up apologising profusely, so I reckon there should be one worldwide language – it doesn’t necessarily have to be English – that everyone can understand. I started to take French […]
Slimline Bath scrum-half Chris Cook credits a gruelling summer training regime for helping him see off Kahn Fotuali’i to spearhead the club’s title charge.
Must feel great to win the big relegation battle against Plymouth? Yes! We’ve known for a few weeks that it was going to come down to this game against Plymouth and to win it is amazing for the club. How important was playing in front of your home fans? It’s always better to play such […]
World Cup winner Dan Luger believes Chris Ashton has used up all of his nine lives for England, claiming his presence in the side is damaging Stuart Lancaster’s credibility.
1. Gym Monkeys There are too many robots trying to pass off as rugby players nowadays. I’ve played at a number of clubs where players have made a living out of being fit and strong and who are past masters at following orders. Basically they are automatons who’ve been built in the gym and don’t […]
1. Nathan Catt – Not a household name yet, but he will be. I am certain he will be pulling on an England shirt soon. 2. Schalk Brits – It seems there is nothing he can’t do. He has the ability to change a game in an instant. 3. Alan Paver – The unofficial king […]
Jeremy Guscott analyses how Bath can produce a style of rugby to take them to being regular play-off challengers in the Premiership
Bath’s moves in recruitment opens door for move to West Country derby opponents
Bath and Bristol make several changes for Sunday’s derby clash at the