By NEALE HARVEY
FORMER Bedford wing Dean Adamson has launched an impassioned plea for English rugby to save the Championship from descending into oblivion.
Adamson, a Championship try-scoring machine before moving to French Pro D2 outfit Rouen last summer, describes France’s second tier as being ‘worlds apart’ from its English counterpart and reckons ring-fencing the Premiership would be a disaster.
The 27-year-old told The Rugby Paper: “There’s a massively different emphasis on second tier rugby here and it doesn’t look good what’s going on back home in the Championship – in fact, it’s worl...
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