The Perils of a fourth international

I was getting mighty excited at the third and fourth rounds of the European Cup. ….the back-to-back clashes between Munster and Clermont, Leicester and Toulon ..I could go on.

But the folly of both England and Wales sticking in a fourth international to the November window was reflected in the playing staff of those clubs who received players with seven shades knocked out of them.

This seems a clear disadvantage to English and Welsh teams, and one foisted upon them by greedy Unions.

Mike Miles

http://www.scrumdown.org.uk

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