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JACK GOOD­HUE Known as ‘Mis­sis­sippi Mud Flap’ to some, ‘Ten­nessee Top Hat’ to oth­ers, and just ‘busi­ness at the front, party at the back’ to the rest, the mul­let mod­elled by All Blacks back Jack Good­hue could be­come a ma­jor talk­ing point among neu­tral sup­port­ers. At least the op­po­si­tion will have some­thing to grab hold of. FAF DE KLERK I know what you’re think­ing: ‘Blimey, Sharon from East­end­ers is look­ing well these days.’ But you’d be wrong: those are in fact the soft, del­i­cate blond tresses of South Africa scrum half Faf de Klerk. It’s good to learn the dif­fer­ence, should you ever meet one of them in per­son. Es­pe­cially if it’s Faf you bump into.


‘His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, there’s vomit on his sweater al­ready, mom’s spaghetti. He’s ner­vous, but on the sur­face he looks calm and ready…’ Eng­land winger Jack Now­ell looks as if he’s try­ing to chan­nel Eminem with his lat­est hair­cut, but let’s hope he doesn’t em­u­late him too much be­fore the next match.

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