Warren Gatland & Stuart Lancaster
Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team. Stuart Lancaster (born 9 October 1969 in Penrith, Cumbria) is the Head Coach for the England Rugby Football Union. /5
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Stuart Lancaster over Warren Gatland as British Lions coach? That has to be a joke
Warren Gatland and Stuart Lancaster, the Mourinho and Wenger of Rugby Union? -
Warren Gatland and Stuart Lancaster meet earlier today... caption competition anyone?!
Warren Gatland and Stuart Lancaster are both killed when a lightning bolt hits the Millennium Stadium. In heaven, they are greeted by God and Lancaster is taken to his new home, a lovely English country cottage with statues of English rugby greats and angels singing Jerusalem and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. He was delighted until he suddenly heard some even more beautiful singing coming from the top of the hill. He listened closer and could hear Bread of Heaven and Hen Wlad fy Nhadau. He looked up to see a great palace with statues of Barry John and Gareth Edwards and a party in the garden had Brains SA flowing freely as the crowd watched Scott Gibbs scoring his try against England in 1999. Lancaster went to the Lord and said: “I don’t want to appear ungrateful - but why does Warren get the huge mansion?” God said: “You’ve got it all wrong! That’s not Warren’s place - it’s mine.”
Stuart Lancaster rebuffs Warren Gatland's jibes and says England can go toe-to-toe with any international team
Stuart Lancaster is curious to find out how Warren Gatland has turned around the fortunes of the Welsh team so quickly, so he decides to go to Cardiff and see how Gatland coaches his team. After a day he is not really impressed by the training routines so he asks Gatland how he manages to get his players so sharp. "Well it is simple. I sometimes ask my players a difficult question, and that way they stay really sharp mentally". Of course Stuart wants an example, so Warren asks Mike Phillips to come over to the touchline. Warren asks him: "Mike, answer this question…..he is not your brother, but still he is your father's son. Who is he?". "That's easy", Mike answers immediately, "Of course, it's me". "You see? That's the way you keep them sharp", Gatland says to Lancaster. Lancaster, keen to take this on board decides to bring this into the next England squad session. He calls Owen Farrell over to the touchline. “Owen, answer this question”, he says, “He is not your brother, but he is still your fa ...
Lancaster 3/1 to lead Lions next. Stuart Lancaster is the early favourite at 3/1 with Ladbrokes to be in charge of the Lions for their next tour, in New Zealand, in 2017. The British and Irish Lions sealed a memorable series victory over Australia with a 41-16 triumph against the Wallabies in Sydney and in four years time they will bid for another success against southern hemisphere opposition, in the shape of the All Blacks. The England coach is 3/1 to lead the tourists in that one while Warren Gatland is a 6/1 chance at Ladbrokes to still hold the post and Rob Howley is 4/1. However, a win for the Lions in 2017 is considered unlikely, Ladbrokes pricing the hosts as 2/7 favourites and making the Lions 5/2 outsiders. Elsewhere, Ladbrokes post 1/5 against the Lions being named ‘team of the year’ at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards and they also go 6/1 about Alun Wyn-Jones captaining the side in New Zealand. Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes told Betrescue: “When it mattered most the Lions delivere ...
Interesting - Stuart Lancaster is second off the Lions bus behind Warren Gatland at start of Lions training
So Christian Wade has been called up To The Lions squad & not Chris Ashton, I think Warren Gatland is trying to tell Stuart Lancaster somthing.
England lick Lions wounds: Warren Gatland has assured England Coach Stuart Lancaster selection for this year's Lio...
- Stuart Lancaster reassured by Lions coach Warren Gatland
Lancaster reassured by Gatland - Stuart Lancaster is sure the British and Irish Lions will pick England players on merit after talks with coach Warren Gatland.
England assured over Lions selection 17:45, Feb 14 2013 England Coach Stuart Lancaster has received reassurances from Warren Gatland that selection for the British and Irish Lions tour will be based on merit alone. Gatland had said in an interview with the Evening Standard that taking a lot of English players on the tour of Australia could lead to a media circus and... ~SportsMan
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 ...
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