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Guscott column: Club culture is what sets Saracens and Exeter apart

Jeremy Guscott on the methods which have held Mark McCall and Rob Baxter in good stead

14th January 2020 with 0 Comments

Probyn column: RFU need a strategy to find successor to Eddie Jones

Jeff Probyn on the RFU's need to no longer import expensive overseas assistant coaches and the newest turn in the Saracens saga

7th January 2020

Julian Salvi names the Guy to take over as Eddie’s 7

The Exeter flanker proposes one player who 'has never had a chance' so far under Eddie Jones

9th March 2018

Rob Baxter plans to make Exeter Chiefs one of Europe’s elite

By Nick Cain EXETER Chiefs are rolling towards Europe’s elite clubs like a dislodged boulder of Dartmoor granite. The newly- crowned..

6th October 2017

I was left out in 2015 and I’ll risk missing 2019 to prove my class in Europe, says Exeter signing White

Revved-up Aussie maestro Nic White has revealed why he rejected the chance to fight for a place at the 2019 World Cup in favour of..

20th July 2017

Polish Rugby Union to hold open trials in Exeter

The first open trials for rugby players who live in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and qualify to play for Poland, will be held on..

1st December 2016

Brendan Gallagher:  Premiership final preview

It’s been a long haul but nobody can question that the two best and most consistent club sides in England will be contesting the..

26th May 2016

Brendan Gallagher column: Return to the Exeter Championship title in 2010

The last time Exeter finished second in a regular season and contested the play-offs we witnessed a master class from Rob Baxter – then a..

19th May 2016

Steenson: Europe exit can ignite our Premiership bid

Fly-half Gareth Steenson reckons Exeter’s agonising Champions Cup exit at the hands of Wasps will galvanise the Devon side’s..

21st April 2016

Nick Cain takes to the road to find the true spirit of the World Cup alive in Exeter

It was a blessed relief to break away from the the trials and tribulations of the 2015 World Cup’s most badly wounded big beast, England,..

8th October 2015

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