What is in Sunday’s edition of The Rugby Paper?
There may be no rugby to watch to watch but The Rugby Paper remains committed to bringing you leading articles with players and figures from within the sport.
Available on the newsstand or online as usual on Sunday, this week’s edition has more rugby coverage that any other.
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Here is a look at what features:
- PLAYER REVOLT: The Rugby Paper has an explosive letter players are being asked to sign to combat the 25 per cent cut in their wages. It comes from one of the biggest clubs in the Premiership and spells trouble for administrators
- THE ROAD AHEAD FOR SARACENS: Nick Cain speaks in-depth to the club’s forwards coach Alex Sanderson about their impending relegation to the Championship and the break up of the squad
- TOMPKINS: Nick Tompkins on how his rapid rise to the Test stage with Wales has been tempered by sadness
- TOP 20 TRY-SAVING TACKLES: Brendan Gallagher’s countdown of the best defensive stops ever made
- TRP’s WATCHLIST: We list the must-see rugby documentaries you’re missing out on
- REFORMS: As governors of the game struggle to sustain finances, former Harlequins chief executive Mark Evans sets out how rugby can be fixed
- GUSCOTT: TRP regular columnist Jeremy Guscott sizes up the Springboks and says Warren Gatland’s side will face a sterner test than the one he did in 1997
- Q&A: Glenn Delaney goes on the record with Neale Harvey to outline his future plans for the Scarlets and the loss of Brad Mooar to the All Blacks
- HEINZ: Gloucester scrum-half Willi Heinz knows what he needs to do to stay in Eddie Jones’s plans
- THE HISTORY OF RUGBY: Brendan Gallagher continues his new feature by looking at the pioneering international tours of the late 19th century
- CARL FEARNS: Former Bath No.8 Carl Fearns reveals how the coronavirus pandemic is jeopardising his future plans with Lyon and a return to the Premiership
- TALKING POINTS: Plus regular columnists Shane Williams, Nick Cain, Peter Jackson and Jeff Probyn
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