Warren Gatland & 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 ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf is a men's golf tournament contested by teams of two representing their country. /5
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Key Clash Preview and Prediction: Wales v South Africa November 8, 2013 On Saturday evening the Millennium Stadium will play host to two of international rugby’s most muscular outfits. This is the first time the sides have met since the 2011 World Cup and Wales will be fully aware of their terrible record against the Springboks, having only beaten them once in the last 107 years. South Africa have only been beaten twice in 2013, both times by an impeccable New Zealand side, and after finishing second in the Rugby Championship, the visitors will be looking to leave Europe with nothing less than a clean sweep. Wales are coming off the back of a disappointing tour of Japan, but the touring party was more of a development squad and now Wales have all of their British and Irish Lions back as they attempt to maul some powerful Springboks. Wales Injuries have forced Warren Gatland to pick a fresh-faced backline. Liam Williams replaces Eli Walker, who suffered a hamstring injury in training on Thursday. Talisma ...
10 areas that will decide Cardiff Test Former All Blacks, Force and Lions coach JOHN MITCHELL looks at where Saturday's big match will be won and lost. Five points or less have separated the Springboks and Wales in their last three outings and at the 2011 World Cup, when the Boks won 17-16, James Hook missed two penalties and Rhys Priestland two drop kicks. I expect another close contest on Saturday, with the Boks edging Wales yet again. Let's look at the the 10 key areas ... 1. Exit kicking. We should see Fourie du Preez kick more than Morné Steyn from the immediate kick receipt or set piece. When Steyn kicks, it will be into stands with a territorial gain of 50m. If he kicks infield after the Springboks have been under pressure, I expect the Welsh to bring this ball back and build more pressure with the ball in hand. I don't understand the selection of Pat Lambie at fullback because he does not have the running lines or pace that an international fullback requires. However, his longer exit kicking for ...
Warren Gatland: "The meetings [with referees before a match] are commonplace and something that, in my experience as an international coach, often prove invaluable. "We tend to talk mainly about how we want to play the game and also listen to the referee's views." However, the Wales coach has opted to ignore protocol and has sidestepped a meeting with Alain Rolland ahead of his team's match against South Africa this weekend. Rolland sent off Wales skipper Sam Warburton in the 2011 World Cup semi-final against France. Is Gatland right to do so or will he be doing his team harm?
'No reason we can't beat Boks' 2013-11-04 Cape Town - Wales scrumhalf Mike Phillips says there's "no reason" why they can't go out and beat the Springboks in Cardiff on Saturday. The "Red Dragons" have improved markedly in recent years, winning two Grand Slams and three Six Nations titles since Warren Gatland took over as coach in 2008. However, their record against the three Southern Hemisphere powers - South Africa, New Zealand and Australia - remains dismal. They have suffered 22 defeats in 23 matches against the "Big Three" under Gatland with the sole victory coming against the Wallabies in 2008. Their overall record in Tests against South Africa is also poor, with the Boks holding a 24-1 winning record, with one match ending in a draw. However, Phillips is adamant that things will be different this time round, especially since they've come close to notching victories against the Boks in their last four outings. South Africa won 17-16 at the World Cup in New Zealand two years ago and in three Tests in ...
England boss Roy Hodgson will consult with his cricketing counterpart Andy Flower to find out the best way to stave off boredom among his squad during the month-long World Cup. Warren Gatland, who led the British and Irish Lions in Australia this summer, can also expect a call. England Football Team
Warren Gatland predicts an exciting World Cup build-up - Daily Post North Wales
Clive Woodward - Former England captain, 3 times Lions player / coach, World Cup winning coach: "Cooper should be in Wallabies' squad .. the Lions did not want to face him and they have got their wish .." Again: "Australia are in for a huge battle against such a powerful team and they need the X-Factor dotted around their back line .. They need Cooper at fly-half, O'Connor on the wing and Beale at fullback. That this will not happen is a true shame for fans but brilliant news for the Lions." Warren Gatland - Heineken Cup winning coach, 2 time Grand Slam winning coach, 2 times Lions coaching staff: 'With Quade you get the full bag of tricks. You've got to watch him, the quick taps and stuff, he just plays with a different threat.' Ewen Mckenzie - 73 Super Rugby caps, World Cup winning player, 2 x Super Rugby finalist coach, Super Rugby winning coach: "I get to pick Quade every week" Robbie Deans - 5 x AB caps, 5 times Super Rugby winning coach, ABs assistant coach: "He called me / us toxic".
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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
International rugby coach Warren Gatland has been awarded an honorary degree by Swansea University in recognition of his contribution to Welsh sport. He described it as a 'massive honour' and said he was 'absolutely thrilled', before praising the warm welcome he had received at the university campus. The New Zealander has led the Wales rugby team to two Grand Slams in five years and to the brink of a World Cup final.
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