Warren Gatland & Rugby World Cup

Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. The Rugby World Cup is an international rugby union competition organised by the International Rugby Board and held every four years since 1987. 3.7/5

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Wales warm up for All Blacks with tight Fijian battle. Wales warmed up for next week's clash with the All Blacks in Cardiff with a hard-fought 17-13 win over Fiji in the second international of the four-match series. Warren Gatland's troops outscored their Pacific opponents by three tries to one in front of a crowd of 61,326 at the Millennium Stadium as they bounced back from last week's late loss to Australia. Wings George North and Alex Cuthbert touched down in the first quarter as Wales began brightly against another of their opponents at next year's Rugby World Cup, with forward dominance then bringing about a penalty try just before half time. Fiji saw prop Campese Ma'afu sent off 12 minutes after the restart but Wales were unable to stretch the gap and giant centre Nemani Nadolo ensured the result remained in the balance until the death when he grabbed an interception score with less than two minutes remaining. Wales were up and running with just five minutes on the clock as North finished off a fin ...
Cookies Shout Wales Head Coach Warren Gatland shows his support for the Cook Islands Rugby Team who Take on Fiji on June 28th for a Spot at the Rugby World Cup
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland says he will field an entire side of English players in the first Test against Australia if it is the best team he has available. The New Zealand-born coach yesterday claimed a large number of English players in the 37-strong Lionssquad would generate extra pressure on the touring party and attract negative attention. However, the 49-year old today tried to distance himself from the statements made to the Evening Standard, which referenced England's doomed Rugby World Cup campaign in New Zealand which wasdogged by off-field controversy. Gatland told the Daily Telegraph: "I am extremely disappointed that anybody should try to misinterpret what I said and try to say that will count against English players, that's absolute b*. "The last thing I would ever do is limit the number of English players. There is absolutely no limit to the number of any players from any nation we will pick if they are worthy of a place on the tour. "I would happily pick 15 English player ...
Wales head coach Warren Gatland and captain Sam Warburton have welcomed the challenge of facing top tier nations Australia and England in Pool A of the next Rugby World Cup in 2015.
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