Warren Gatland & Dylan Hartley
Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. Dylan Hartley (born 24 March 1986) is a New Zealand born rugby union footballer who plays at hooker for Northampton Saints, and England./5
Why doesnt Warren Gatland just come out & say Dylan Hartley is dirty *** & he's to much of a risk & thats why he isnt…
Daily Express : British & Irish Lions squad: Dylan Hartley not getting hopes up for Warren Gatland call
Utterly ironic that Dylan Hartley will return just in time for the Six Nations. Surely now Warren Gatland is weighing up his Lions options.
Wales coach Warren Gatland backs Eddie Jones' decision to appoint Dylan Hartley as captain.
Warren Gatland says England leaving Dylan Harley out is a big mistake. via
Dylan Hartley says Warren Gatland's choker jibe has made him better player
WorldNewsApp: Dylan Hartley the pride of English rugby says Warren Gatland -...
Warren Gatland has reminded his players that discipline will be key in Australia after replacing the banned Dylan Hartley with Rory Best
Half time in the Aviva Premiership Final and Dylan Hartley has been sent off for swearing at the referee. Warren Gatland: "Hello Rory, it is Warren. What you doing this summer?"
Dylan Hartley proved to Warren Gatland he is beyond a choke
This Warren Gatland grenade can only blow up in his face Warren Gatland would not claim to be the world's greatest living diplomat: over the last couple of years, he has tacitly accused the England hooker Dylan Hartley of cowardice; publicly admitted that he considered cheating during the Wales-France semi-final at the last World Cup; and ventured to suggest that the chief executive of the Australian Rugby Union influenced match officials during the same tournament. The phrase "Gatland grenade" was coined in honour of these occasional verbal explosions and is now an accepted part the sporting lexicon. There is rarely anything accidental about these apparent outrages. Blessed with the boredom threshold of a gnat, the 49-year-old New Zealander pulls... ~SportsMan
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