October 2008
NZ Rugby World;Oct2008, Issue 116, p68
The article focuses on the transferability of skills among Super 14 players to Europe which, according to the author, has been all one-way. It says that when Super 14 players come to Europe, they are often no better than the players that are already there. Tony Gilbert, coach of the Borders in Scotland, says he would love to take Scotland Lions scrum-half Chris Cusiter home to play Super 12 rugby.


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