Warren Gatland & Wyn Jones
Warren David Gatland (born 17 September 1963) is a former New Zealand rugby footballer and the current head coach of the Wales national team./5
Warren Gatland alleging that taking no chances with Alun Wyn Jones, though still played him when only 80% fit
Warren Gatland admits Alun Wyn Jones, out of Wales' team v Italy because of foot injury, has been operating on 80% and "…
?? He's Been On Fire And The Best Player By A Mile, Warren Gatland reveals why Alun Wyn Jones has been so below par
Warren Gatland names Wales team to face Ireland: Alun Wyn Jones will lead Wales against Ireland in Dublin on S...
Primed to hear from Warren Gatland and Alun Wyn Jones ahead of the trip to Ireland
Warren Gatland, Jamie Roberts and skipper Alun-Wyn Jones are confident of "doing the job" for the on Saturday: htt…
Alun-Wyn Jones will captain the Lions in Saturday's tour decider against Australia but Brian O'Driscoll will not play
Outcry over O’Driscoll omission masks other selection issues Posted on Jul 3, 2013 | 26 comments Warren Gatland has made quite a statement in dropping the one player people thought would be undroppable after injuries to the other two on-field leaders, Sam Warburton and Paul O’Connell. In leaving out Brian O’Driscoll he has lost the only other player who had a wealth of captaincy experience at international level, and as good a player as Alun-Wyn Jones is, he simply cannot point to this level of experience. The other slightly surprising side of this decision is that he has not been playing badly. Granted, he hasn’t been the attacking force that he once was, but then which of the backs – other than George North – has really sparkled with ball in hand? Jonathan Davies had a great game against the Waratahs but has been fairly pedestrian other than that – especially last week in the second test. Jamie Roberts’ selection is hugely based on reputation, given that he hasn’t had a good game since ...
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has sprung one of the great surprises in the tourists' history by dropping Brian O'Driscoll for Saturday's series decider against Australia. O'Driscoll was the favourite to lead the Lions in the final Test at Sydney's ANZ Stadium after Sam Warburton was ruled out with a hamstring injury, but instead he has been omitted from the 23 with Alun-Wyn Jones named captain. The O'Driscoll-Jonathan Davies midfield partnership used for the first two Tests has been broken up, with Jamie Roberts picked at inside centre following his return from a hamstring injury. Davies moves to outside centre while Sean O'Brien, Alex Corbisiero, Richard Hibbard, Toby Faletau and Mike Phillips are promoted to a starting XV showing six changes to the side beaten 16-15 in Melbourne. It is a radically altered team but the dominant talking point will be the decision to axe 2005 Lions captain O'Driscoll for the first time in his 14-year professional career. The conundrum facing Gatland was ...
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