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What the Premier League could learn from ski racers

15 February 2020

9:00 AM

15 February 2020

9:00 AM

What we have learned in the past few weeks:

1) Don’t play rugby in a howling gale, even though for the Scots that was a balmy early spring day and they really should have beaten England — who, whisper it, are beginning to have a scrum-half problem. Dare we say that Willi Heinz needs more variety to his game? Not 57 different ones, but more breaks and switching direction of play would be welcome.

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