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They're working on adding two Canadian teams and four possible American teams for next season I believe.
The problems they've had have been trying to find a site which is compatible with World Rugby's rules on playing surfaces which also matches what they want in terms of capacity, price, etc. For example a ground sharing deal with New York Red Bulls wouldn't work because it'd be prohibitively expensive for them and PRO frankly isn't big enough yet to fill even a 20,000 seater stadium.
If it fails then it fails but one thing PRO has done is open the pandoras box of professional rugby in America. It can't be closed after this...
10 Months, 3 Weeks ago
Dear GOD, Robert Kitson has a huge forehead.
Does he just communicate using his mind? I think his mouth is now redundant thanks to that huge brain...
2 Years, 2 Months ago
Do find it funny that people get mad at McCaw simply for doing his job. I thought being a douche at the breakdown was the job of a number 7? :S
4 Years, 4 Months ago
Great posts from Lead, Pretzel & Stroudos. I think you need to look at it this way. Over I'd say six months or so this has been a long time coming and for several reasons.
One. The All Blacks seem to always commit the bare minimum at the break down and stack their line with the maximum afforded yet no team other than..well..David Pocock or France has clocked onto this fact. Only on Saturday did someone say "hang on lads, if we rush the ABs with more than three players we'll either force the turnover or slow down the ball so much on such a legal level they won't be able to play their game".
Secondly, the likes of Dagg, Jane, etc are only good under the high ball so long as they have time and support under the high ball. England afforded them neither and the pressure showed with some excellent turnovers caused directly down to pressure on the ABs back end.
Thirdly, Scotland & Wales alluded to it and Australia damn near proved it but the AB midfield is fallible if you run hard enough and straight enough and Tuilagi proved this when he said "seeya!" to Carter and co and ran off before releasing Ashton for the 2nd try.
This was an excellent victory but it will only count for something if England win a six nations (not necessarily a grand slam) and funnily enough this makes Warren Gatland's job even harder now.
4 Years, 4 Months ago