Haskell ver­dict

The Daily Telegraph - Business - - Sport -

James Haskell’s rev­e­la­tions on the 2011 Rugby World Cup con­firmed what many of us al­ways sus­pected. Martin John­son tried to treat his squad as men, but un­for­tu­nately he was re­paid by a num­ber of them act­ing like ado­les­cents.

Larry Braysher, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria

I sup­pose we must tol­er­ate James Haskell’s ad­mis­sions of be­havioural dif­fi­cul­ties dur­ing Eng­land’s 2011 World Cup in New Zealand. What is un­for­giv­able, how­ever, is that he breaks the golden rule of rugby – what goes on tour, stays on tour.

Peter Le Pa­tourel, Devo­ran, Corn­wall

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