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By Richie McCaw

Richie McCaw is the recent Zealand All Blacks’ such a lot capped participant of all time. through the 2011 international Cup he reached a hundred caps and has performed over 60 exams as Captain. while the All Blacks beat France in ultimate, he topped a 10 yr profession that all started with a man-of-the-match functionality opposed to eire in 2001. surely the best participant of his iteration, he's arguably the main proficient rugby participant of all time.

In his autobiography, McCaw recounts for the 1st time, with brutal honesty, the roots of his family members existence that outlined his personality – studying to play the sport at the relatives farm in South New Zealand and being encouraged to fly gliders by way of his war-hero grandfather – and the way it gave him the power to emerge from the bottom second in his profession to develop into the main winning Captain global rugby has ever seen.

Unafraid of taking part in the sport correct on the facet and placing his physique at the line for his crew buddies, McCaw has set the traditional of what a certified rugby participant could be. highly well known and revered, his sheer presence implies that he's a normal chief of fellows either off and on the pitch and his tale isn't just a brutal account of existence at the entrance line, yet an exhilarating portrait of recent rugby.

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Tell me about it. ’ Knowing as I say it that I never will forget. He asks more questions. I shake my head, still shell-shocked, and tell him I’m lost for words. I do have words to describe myself, but none that I can use. Angry. Devastated. Pissed off. Frustrated. Despondent. Angry. Remorseful. Did I say angry? Angry at myself, angry at the stupid passes we threw, the mistakes we made, the chances we blew. Angry at the ref for abdicating his responsibilities. Angry at not getting what I think—for all our mistakes—we deserved.

Later, we were told the first flight out of London was not until the next day, so a few of us shot into town Sunday night and ended up at the Walkabout bar. The All Black tour parties had moved on, so we were spared the embarrassment of encountering any of the fans who’d been wandering stunned and bewildered around the streets of Cardiff after the game. Letting go a bit seemed like a really good idea at the time, so we had a big night, and I was predictably as sick as a dog next morning. But I was still looking forward to the flight home as we bussed up to London.

We want to commit them to the tackle closer to the set-piece, try to get our forwards hitting a narrower target, get us over the gain-line and create more space out wide for our quick guys. Otherwise, Ted wants us to play our game, impose ourselves on the game, take that eight minutes between 10 and 18 where we scored one try and could have had two others, and extend that template across the second half. We’re playing the game at France’s tempo, he says. We’ve got to change that, lift it to a pace and intensity that they can’t live with, that no one else in world rugby has the skill-set or fitness to live with.

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