Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcast with Dan Herbert

GAGR Podcast Ep 173: Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcast with Dan Herbert

GAGR Podcast Ep 173: Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcast with Dan Herbert

On this week’s show we have another fantastic Rugby World Cup 2015 Podcast as we continue in our run of Wallaby legends interviews. Joining us for this week’s episode, as we cast our eye towards the centre position, is the one and only Daniel Herbert. Dan played 67 tests for the Wallabies and was the rock in the middle of a brilliant backline in that 1999 Rugby World Cup victory.

Herbie provides us some wonderful insight into the success that was that Wallaby team of the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, before looking forward towards this year’s Rugby World Cup and how the new breed are shaping up.

Following on from Dan, I am joined by Dave and Tim to talk Super Rugby as we look back on Round 10 and look towards Round 11 and the ANZAC Round.

We hope you continue to enjoy these Rugby World Cup podcasts and look forward to next week when we chat to another Wallaby legend.

  • RobC

    Thanks for this. Excellent podcast. Best Ive heard. Herbert is an excellent story teller with many lessons learnt. Good questions also, Reg

  • Mart

    Another great one guys.
    Couldn’t agree more with Herbert’s point about not picking same players But players that complement each other.
    It really bothered me when Deans picked Mccabe and Faingaa in the centres at one stage.
    Or when McCabe and Horne were on the wings. Or when 3 medium sized ‘tradesmen’ style players were the backrow on the spring tour. Mcmahon, Mcalman Hooper…. same, same.
    Nothing against the individuals in particular.

  • Da Munch

    I watched the the Ireland vs Australia 1999 game live and remember the biff from this game, and thinking Kefu was justified . Really want to watch the whole game again, anyone know how?
    p.s watched most of the happy endings from this wc already, really enjoyed the blacks v blues game

  • RobC

    100% both MB and BE were also great talks
    These podcasts are a treasure.


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