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Jeff Probyn

Articles from RugbyPaper columnist Jeff Probyn.

Probyn column: Crooked feed call has cost Scotland

Jeff Probyn examines Gregor Townsend's comments made about Japan's win against Samoa, a result aided by a call by referee Jaco Peyper

13th October 2019

Probyn column: The truth about why Mendez punched Paul Ackford

The first shock result of the World Cup fittingly provided by the hosts, Japan, against Ireland will certainly have focused the minds of..

10th October 2019

Probyn column: Aggressive scrums are a recipe for more injuries

Jeff Probyn airs his view on how the scrum is functioning under the current laws

2nd October 2019

Probyn column: Eddie Jones will find Tonga give focus to his men

There is a huge gulf in resource between Tonga and England

22nd September 2019

Probyn column: World Cup is the ultimate test of mental toughness

Jeff Probyn shares how the 1987 Rugby World Cup still rankles with him to this day

20th September 2019

Probyn column: Truth about that players World Cup pool in 1991

Jeff Probyn on the monetisation of rugby between the inaugural World Cup and 1995

12th September 2019

Probyn column: The week that was for Eddie Jones and Leicester Tigers

Jeff Probyn reflects on Leicester Tigers being put up for £60m

4th July 2019

Probyn column: Do late developers stand a chance of England selection?

As we start what will be a short summer break for those players who hope to play a part in the Eddie Jones’ World Cup squad, I can’t..

13th June 2019

Probyn column: Strong words from Dean Ryan on RFU

Jeff Probyn examines Dean Ryan's comments made on the RFU's pathway structure and Eddie Jones

30th May 2019

Probyn column: The Premiership has a long way to go to return the sort of profit CVC desires

Jeff Probyn addresses the gulf that will form between grassroots rugby and the top level with the CVC's influence on the PGB

3rd May 2019

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