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An interesting article.

Richard Cockerill and Premiership coaches are wrong: IRB's scrum moves are vital for the future of the game - Telegraph

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is pertinent to mention here, THE HIT was a pernicious and dangerous practice
that grew out of the players’ frustration with the appearance of the maligned

sequence: C-T-P-E and the referees varying the timing between steps (something
that should have never occurred).

This is what pissed me off the most, I cant remember which game it was last year, but man oh man several times play got held up rediculously due to the packs inability to follow the refs timing (and they.. (refs)..varied hugely) and then got penalised for it or subsequently collapsing it .. it was a total farce

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