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Ricky Stuart will be in New Zealand in the coming weeks, in London for the Europ바카라 사이트ean Rugby Championship next month, to discuss and reflect on the future of rugby in New Zealand.
After a series of interviews, The Times has agreed to play it down, but will publish a full transcript of the interview to coincide with the European Championship
Ricky Stuart was born in Llandudno to family who were involved with the sport. He has spent the last 20 years as director of rugby at Rugby Central and the International Rugby Board.
And while he did not grow up watching rugby with a big interest, the idea to play in the competition with rugby play카지노커뮤니티ers in the early 1970s, prompted by his own desire to play for a team overseas and to play a part in the international competition that the game has become today, has remained with him for some 40 years.
Ricky Stuart spoke with a number of j카지노ournalists this week about the future of the game. Here’s a select selection
– RICKY STUART has said the game can’t afford to lose the rugby game, to the extent of losing the players in it. “The game can’t let them go,” he said. But the problem is we are so far behind other sports in the sporting arena. The sport of sport is as relevant and relevant as any other. “The whole world is aware of the problem of professional sports being underfunded and under-resourced. I don’t think it will become a bigger issue. So why should rugby be a different kind of sport?”
– RICKY STUART has said the game should continue to grow at its current rate. “We need to grow the game with younger people, people who are more interested. We have a great opportunity for rugby players, we have a lot of the top rugby players, I’m the only owner of this New Zealand team, I’m the only owner of the three main teams and most of them play in the international competition which is huge.” He would like more investment, “a lot of it has to come from other sports” to “make the game stronger”. He believes it would be “crazy” to say: “We’re not going to grow the game, the growth and growth and growth is important”.
– RICKY STUART has been asked whether he sees the next generation of rugby players, or other sport types – like wome