Podslam 92 – Homework, with Nathan Charles

Matt Rowley March 12, 2013 8

No Gravatarnathan charles profileMatt Rowley, Steve Timms and Scott Allen interview Nathan Charles of the Western Force and then look over all that’s going on with Australian rugby. We don’t stop there though – we also give our views on the Cricket Australia “Homework” scandal.

 

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  • The Rant

    100minutes. Gold star.
    AAC needs a benching to get some fire back. Read last week that Drew and AAC were looking at England and Japan respectively for next year? Maybe they figure their not in the future plans?

  • Steve Timms

    You forgot the Crusaders Harlem Shake video…

    http://youtu.be/qOCAlL9WPyE

  • http://twitter.com/martyaskew Marty Askew

    Maybe they’ll be able to use the fact that guys are going off contract to help inspire them. Last chance saloon style.

  • http://twitter.com/martyaskew Marty Askew

    Going on the vein of bringing old guys back, Matt Giteau would be a pretty hand inside back for the Tahs next year?
    At inside center that is

  • http://twitter.com/martyaskew Marty Askew

    1hr 05min 22sec
    Haha best call ever

  • http://twitter.com/sean_d_king sean king

    Robbie Deans coaching Jesse Mogg is comedy gold.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alan.grouse Alan Grouse

    Was a big fan of ”The Back Page” despite the fact that they gave very little coverage to rugby and when they did, they usually bagged it. Mike Gibson and Billy Bermingham were bloody insightful and entertaining.

    The new format, presenter and so called ”expert guests” are utter shite

    great podcast again boys

  • Badger

    Agree with Scott Allen regarding the NSWRU and Tahs Rugby split. Don’t think it is an optimum set up and unlikely to be extended past 2014. If the Tahs did 1,000 appearances in a year, it works out to 2.73 functions per day for 365 days. What constitutes a community visit? This number is either wrong or the period is incorrect. Otherwise, it is near impossible on first impressions.

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