JEFF PROBYNA FRONT ROW VIEW OF THE GAME Controversy: Willie le Roux’s touchdown is disallowedPICTURE: Getty ImagesWhat a week we have had, between the First […]
How can World Rugby set a structure to aid the development of Fiji and the Pacific Islands?
The tour should be ended without the third Test being played if the Lions win again next week, argues Jeff Probyn
A step up from the rest of their tour matches on Wednesday night for the Lions
As the Lions continue their crusade through South Africa on Warren Gatland’s quest to find a team to beat the current world champions, the next […]
When I sat on the RFU council, no matter what was happening in the rugby world the CEO’s review of the year at the annual […]
With more South African teams joining the PRO14 to make it a 16-team Rainbow Cup competition, it can only be a matter of time before […]
I WAS a little puzzled when I read Danny Care and Rob Baxter’s reaction to fans being allowed back into the game, even in reduced […]
Ealing Trailfinders’ dream didn’t so much fade away last week as completely collapse against the might of a fullstrength Saracens team, revealing the differences between a […]
Putting a value on EQP within the Premiership
The past few weeks have provided interesting reading re Francis Baron’s thoughts of how things have got out of hand at the RFU with an […]
Has the shift in development from its pyramid state two years ago to Premiership-pwned academies kept rugby’s ability to reach more ethnic groups limited?
THE good news that the Lions will be going ahead as planned in South Africa is no surprise and despite those who think the Six […]
After what was a disastrous start to this Six Nations, yesterday’s and even next weekend’s result really can’t change the fact that England rugby, and particularly […]
How should SA Rugby expect to be compensated for hosting a Lions ‘tour’ away from South Africa?
Jeff Probyn points the finger at England’s lack of leaders on the pitch for their loss to Scotland at Twickenham
Spectators can enjoy the try-fests, but they will come as no comfort to Eddie Jones who will be measuring the quality of the Premiership relative to his selection
Jeff Probyn on the financial obstacle the Premiership presents to the RFU’s balance sheet and the radical change needed to help England
Sweeney’s skill for collective bargaining will be his biggest test, writes Jeff Probyn
The former England captain, set to release his autobiography, is no ‘hard man’ in rugby’s traditional sense